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K-12

We offer K-12 programs to develop moral reasoning, dialogue, and problem solving skills. Contact us to explore how we can collaborate.

UC

We partner to develop curricular and co-curricular programs for UC students. We support faculty research and teaching. We also provide professional development support for UC staff.

Cincinnati Community

Contact us to explore how we might provide ethics education and ethical leadership programming for your organization, or faciliate dialogue around a critical issue that matters for Cincinnati.

Philosophy Graduate Student, Zachary Srivastava , teaches philosophy in his role as Game Master playing Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) at Westwood Public Library

Philosophy Graduate Student, Jonathan McKinney, teaches philosophy in his role as Game Master playing Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) at Westwood Public Library

Graduate Student, Alexa Justice, teaches philosophy in her role as Game Master playing Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) at Westwood Public Library

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Role playing games like D&D are excellent (and proven!) ways to develop moral reasoning skills. Join us at a Cincinnati Public Library branch near you!

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