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Rob Baker, MA Applied and Professional Ethics (2012)

"The content and delivery of the MA materials are superb, with reading and reflective questions that foster engagement and create opportunities to see the relevance to one's own professional field."
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John Baldari, Doctoral Candidate & Teaching Assistant

Current research: In Bello ethics. Thesis: Soldierly Virtue, testing modern virtue accounts against the specific requirements of warfighters during conflicts.
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Peggy Baxter, MA Applied and Professional Ethics

Peggy is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and works in the School of Dentistry at the University as a personal tutor, module leader and mentor.
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Jim Baxter, Professional Ethics Development Officer

+44 (0)113 343 8211

Jim Baxter manages the IDEA CETL's training, consultancy and applied research portfolio.
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Jamie Dow, Lecturer, Director of Research - IDEA

+44 (0)113 343 7887

Jamie's research interests lie in Ancient Philosophy (particularly Aristotle), the Emotions and Ethics. He is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, and the supervision of research.
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Elizabeth Ellis, Teaching Fellow and Consultant in Applied Ethics

+44 (0)113 343 8230

Elizabeth is a Teaching Fellow and Consultant in Applied Ethics, and divides her time between teaching and undertaking external consulting in applied ethics.
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Michael Farrall, BA Biomedical Ethics 2013

Michael talks about his reasons for choosing to intercalate in Biomedical Ethics
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Carl Fox, Lecturer in Applied and Inter-disciplinary Ethics

+44 (0) 113 34 38990

Carl works on a wide range of topics, including moral and political obligation, political legitimacy, distributive justice, autonomy, paternalism, and media ethics.
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Rob Lawlor, Lecturer

+44 (0)113 343 7797

Rob divides his time between undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, the development of teaching materials, and applied ethics research.
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Kevin Layne, MA Applied and Professional Ethics

Distance learning student Kevin decided to study for his MA to further his studies after completing a BA Philosophy degree.
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Kevin Macnish, Teaching Fellow and Consultant in Applied Ethics

+44 (0)113 343 2768

Kevin shares his time between lecturing on ethics in engineering and computer science, leading modules for the MA APE, and undertaking consultancy work with an ethical focus.
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Oliver Mansell, PGDip Applied and Professional Ethics

The PGDip Applied and Professional Ethics "balanced intellectual rigour with a teaching-syle that was accessible, and the chance to interact with fellow students from a wide variety of backgrounds"
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Maria McCabe, MA Applied and Professional Ethics (2012)

"I have enjoyed using the VLE. All the information is in one place and can be accessed wherever you are."
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Paul McShane, Deputy Centre Manager

+44 (0)113 343 7794

Paul manages the organisation of ethics teaching across the University and the centre's core activities.
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Chris Megone, Centre Director and Professor of Inter-Disciplinary Applied Ethics

+44 (0)113 343 7888

Leading the development of its learning and teaching, research and professional ethics training and consultancy activities, and seeking to ensure their integration.
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Amanda Mellor, Visiting Professor

Amanda Mellor was appointed a visiting professor in the IDEA CETL in September 2013. She will bring her considerable experience of Business and Professional Ethics in daily practice to the Centre’s Teaching, Research and external Ethics Consultancy.
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Vincent C. Müller, University Academic Fellow

Vincent is a University Academic Fellow whose research focuses on theory and ethics of technology, particularly big data and artificial intelligence.
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Mark O'Kane, BA Biomedical Ethics

Mark studied BA Biomedical Ethics as part of his medical course.
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Gary Rubin, MA Applied and Professional Ethics (2014)

I loved the course. It really did change the way I think and it gave me new skills in terms of critical thinking and many others.
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Joe Saunders, Teaching Fellow and Online Learning Specialist

+44 (0) 11334 39416

Joe works on ethics and agency in Kant and the post-Kantian tradition. He divides his time at the centre between teaching applied ethics, and helping with e-learning.
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Sean Sinclair, Teaching Fellow and Consultant in Applied Ethics

My research focus is the ethics of healthcare resource allocation, and the intersection of those issues with wider issues of normative ethics.
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Kate Skellington, MA Applied and Professional Ethics

MA student Kate runs her own business and wanted to return to studying to broaden her CV.
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Harriet Standing, MA Biomedical and Healthcare Ethics (intercalated year)

Final year medical student Harriet decided to study for her MA course because it provided a chance to explore her interests and gain an MA within a year.
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Rosa Stevens, Centre Support Officer

+44 (0)113 343 7799

Rosa provides support to the teaching and research activities of the Centre. She also co-ordinates all the events run by the Centre.
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Tim Taylor, Honorary Research Fellow

Tim's current research is primarily into the philosophy of well-being, its measurement and its role in public policy and law. Tim also teaches various areas of applied ethics for the IDEA Centre.
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Alice Temple, Research Ethics Senior Training & Development Officer

+44 (0)113 343 38705

Alice is responsible for the development and delivery of research ethics training at the University for PhD students and staff.
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Nathan Wood, PhD Student

My research is concerned with the application of justice and equity within global climate change frameworks.
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Mick Yates, Visiting Professor

As Visiting Professor Mick is also involved with the “Leading Minds” project at the Inter Disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre, Arts Faculty.
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Tadhg Ó Laoghaire, PhD Student

Somewhere in the murky area between ethics, political philosophy, and international relations, my research investigates the role legitimacy ought to play in developing a theory of justice in trade.
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