The D. B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership has awarded three Viterbo University faculty members with research fellowships for the 2017-2018 academic year.
- Vicky Eiben, Associate Professor, Education
“Preparation of Teachers for Rural Schools and Communities: An Ethical Imperative”
- Robyn Gaier, Assistant Professor, Philosophy
“Moral Injuries and the Possibility of Self-Forgiveness without Wrongdoing”
- Michelle Pinzl, Instructor, World Languages and Cultures
“Interpreting Programs in Higher Education across the Globe: Improving Teaching Strategies and Best Practices for the Retention of Interpreting Students of Diverse Cultural and Socio-economic Backgrounds”
Recipients of the fellowship are named “Fellows of the D. B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership.”
The purpose of the research fellowships is to increase the amount and quality of research conducted at Viterbo University related to ethics in leadership. It is expected that award recipients will produce publishable research that is also relevant to courses taught by the faculty member in existing or proposed programs.