This two-day conference held in May 2017 brought together distinguished scholars and practitioners to explore the role of character development in higher education. By integrating perspectives from history, literature, education, philosophy, theology, and the social sciences, the conference catalysed a broader interdisciplinary conversation encouraging colleges and universities to develop creative ways to educate students to become good leaders and wise thinkers.
Perspectives from Literature
Perspectives from Philosophy
Perspectives from Theology
Perspectives from the Social Sciences
Perspectives from the Oxford Character Project
This conference was sponsored by The McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics and Public Life, The Oxford Character Project, and Wake Forest University.