Stories of Moral Courage on Campus

Title

Stories of Moral Courage on Campus

Authors

Presenter(s)

Ana Teresa Aleman Belendez, Britney Agendia Amin, Mackenzie Elizabeth Baynes, Anna Elizabeth Beebe, Nicolette Marissa Bettuzzi, Dezanee M. Bluthenthal, Bailee K. Boland, Liliana Melissa Busic, Clark N. Campbell, Kaitlynne Elizabeth Chapman, Zac Alexander Collopy, Colleen Rose Conway, Margaret L. Deneen, Joshua James Digby, Grace Susan Elliott, Julia E. Gallenstein, Hannah Elizabeth Gibson, Bridget Therese Graham, Tongyu Guo, Kathryn Grace Hay, Aileen Marisa Hull, Elijah Nova Johnson, Kelsey Marie Kamil, Lydia Kimberley Kladitis, Kaitlyn Marie Leach, Maya Rose Leibold, Douglas Stuart Lennon, Justine Marie Liptak, Colleen Rose Liston, Arabella D. Loera, Mitch Edward Long, Brandy Megan Lynch, Nathan Thomas Marcus, Jared Dominic Marsh, Jai'Shawn Madelyn Lamar McClendon, Darby Rose McMonagle, Sarah Ellen Mcgonigle, Devan Connor Moses, Alex M. Mueller, Casey Marie Mullin, Jake Davidson Neff, Robert Botti Nolan, Cameron Cristina Nowlin, Jillian A. Parker, Tess L. Poe-Slade, Jasmine H. Riechmann, Meredith N. Robinson, Jonathon Caleb Nehemiah Sattler, Connor James Snodsmith, Claire Elaine Strobach, Claire C. Sullivan, Nicole Ann Vanvoorhis, Angela Kay Weiland, Elizabeth Anne Weiler, Maleah Aujenae Wells, Sophie Jane Wilson

Comments

Videos for this project can be viewed at http://www.joelpruce.com/campus.

This project reflects research conducted as part of a course project designed to give students experience in the research process. Course: POL 431 01

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Description

Students enrolled in three courses (HRS200, VAH428, POL431) worked on a collaborative multimedia project, inspired by the UD Human Rights Center's program, the Moral Courage Project. Through an open nomination process, the UD campus community put forward names of people who exemplify "moral courage". What is Moral Courage? We describe it as a trait a person exhibits when they act to promote respect and dignity within a community, especially in a way that challenges social norms, even though they could expose themselves to risk or harm in the process and may never be recognized for their actions. Student teams interviewed these individuals and collected visual artifacts to produce concise storytelling pieces showcasing the actions of the ordinary people around us who work to positively contribute to our campus culture.

Publication Date

4-22-2020

Project Designation

Course Project

Primary Advisor

Natalie F. Hudson, Glenna Marie Jennings, Joel Richard Pruce

Primary Advisor's Department

Human Rights Center

Keywords

Stander Symposium Posters, College of Arts and Sciences

Stories of Moral Courage on Campus

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