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James Orr Willits Ethics Awarded Projects
The below listed projects were selected and awarded by the Willits Ethics Committee to assist students in further research and development of interested fields of study.
Due to lack of funding, no competition held.
"Ethical Dilemmas and Resolution Models in HIV/AIDS Voluntary Counseling and Testing in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia"
"The 'Eugene Atlantic' in German and American Institutions, 1900-1939"
"80 Days at Heidelberg: Examining the Ethical, Cultural and Artistic Considerations of Detroit's Decline and Rebirth"
"Land of Opportunism: The Ethics of Negotiating on Behalf of the Sovereign Nations"
"Decision-Making Models for Navigating Multiple Relationships Used by Mental Health Professionals in Small Rural Communities"
"Strength or Struggle: Significance of Spirituality for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse"
"Current Ethical Challenges Faced by Professional Counselors"
"Environmental Justice and Applied Ethics"
"Transgressing Domesticity: Female Renunciation in Jainism"
"Understanding Rido: The Culture of Clan Conflict in Muslim Mindanao"
"Influence of Culture on Ethical Decision-Making in Psychology"