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COVID-19 Update

Registration for the Annual Meeting is scheduled to begin in October.  We understand that members may have concerns about registering and making travel commitments during this uncertain time.  Please be assured that the SCE leadership continues to monitor the situation and will inform members of any changes that must be made. 

2021 Annual Meeting Proposals - Notifications

Notifications for the 2021 Annual Meeting have been sent to the main contact on the proposal.  The draft program will be posted to the website by the end of June.  Thank you for your patience in waiting to hear the outcome of your proposal submission.  The SCE office has been working with the hotel to rearrange meeting space to ensure a cohesive program for 2021.  The hotel industry has been hit hard during this pandemic and responses have been slow. 

SCE is Seeking a Digital Content Producer

The Society of Christian Ethics (SCE) seeks a Digital Content Producer to develop internal and public-facing digital content on behalf of the Society. The Digital Content Producer will collaborate with members of the Personnel Committee, the Co-editors of the JSCE, and Executive Director Andrea Taylor to promote the Society’s online visibility and impact, develop digital platforms for the Society, and share in broader strategic efforts to upgrade the Society’s communication, build our membership, and create value for our members beyond the Annual Meeting. 

International Scholarships Available for the SCE 2021 Annual Meeting

The Society of Christian Ethics (SCE) International Scholarly Relations Committee wishes to announce that two $500 scholarships will be available to support conference-related expenses for international scholars who wish to attend the 2021 Annual Meeting.

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The purpose of the Society is to promote scholarly work in Christian ethics and in the relation of Christian ethics to other traditions of ethics, and to social, economic, political and cultural problems; to encourage and improve the teaching of these fields in colleges, universities and theological schools; and to provide a community of discourse and debate for those engaged professionally within these general fields.

A non-denominational scholarly association, the Society of Christian Ethics draws its 950 members from the faculties of universities, colleges, and theological schools primarily from the United States, Canada, and Europe. The growth and vitality of the Society of Christian Ethics reflect the maturing of the academic discipline of Christian social ethics.

The SCE promotes research in the history of ethics and moral theology, theoretical issues relating to the interplay of theology and ethics, methodology in ethical reflection and investigation, and comparative religious ethics. At the same time, the Society addresses in national and global contexts problems in applied and professional ethics, and various human rights and social justice issues.

Membership in the Society is open to persons in the following groups: (1) college, university, or seminary teachers of Christian ethics or social ethics; (2) persons teaching in similar institutions in other fields who are concerned with the relation of Christian ethics to their subject matter; (3) persons whose full-time professional work in church, government, social agency or elsewhere is related to the purposes of the Society. Candidates for membership must have at least one of the following: a Ph.D. or equivalent degree or scholarly publications in the above-named fields, or a full-time teaching position in ethics or related fields in an accredited institution of higher learning. Doctoral students in ethics or related fields may become members of the Society upon matriculation into a doctoral program. This status ordinarily may be retained for not more than ten years.

 

 

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