Offerings include gateway to tech ethics minor, electives
As undergraduates plan their schedules for the Spring 2023 semester, ND TEC is pleased to offer both “Fundamentals of Technology Ethics and Society”—the gateway course to the minor in tech ethics, which can also be used to fulfill the University’s second philosophy requirement—as well as a variety of electives. The latter, some of which are cross-listed with other departments, range from “Hacking,” “Race and Technologies of Surveillance,” and “Decolonizing Gaming” to “Internet Ethics,” “AI for Good,” and “Ethics of Data Analytics.”
ND TEC faculty affiliates and postdoctoral fellows publish in a diverse range of both disciplines and outlets. Through this searchable library, you can access their recent sole- and coauthored work in tech ethics.
The applied arm of the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center, the Lab aims to address ethical concerns raised by the use of advanced technologies by developing policy and engaging private industry, policymakers, and public interest groups.
ND TEC and the Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab regularly seek applicants for technology ethics postdoctoral fellowships from eligible graduate students or recent graduates.
ND TEC strives to bring together the best minds from the humanities, social sciences, law, business, science, engineering, and global affairs.