The Moral University examines the ways that universities act morally toward students, faculty, their communities and the nation. It considers the effectiveness of moral reasoning courses in the curriculum and the growth of leadership courses. The book deals with the myriad ways in which universities act positively toward their communities. It also examines the involvement of universities in national projects. Moreover, the Berubes examine how students and faculty are treated, especially in terms of gender bias. The book concludes on a positive note with a model moral university.
Maurice R. Berube is Eminent Scholar Emeritus at Old Dominion University. Clair T. Berube is assistant professor in the Hampton University College of Education and Continuing Studies.
1 CHAPTER ONE: The Moral University 2 CHAPTER TWO: The Moral Curriculum 3 CHAPTER THREE: Leadership for Social Change 4 CHAPTER FOUR: The Community of Scholars 5 CHAPTER FIVE: Gender Bias in the Academia 6 CHAPTER SIX: The University and the Nation 7 CHAPTER SEVEN: Towards Moral University