Academic and Research Ethics

A blog for research and teaching on academic and research ethics

About the Author

Nancy StanlickNancy Stanlick is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Assistant Dean in the College of Arts and Humanities at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida.  Her research and teaching center largely on social philosophy with an emphasis on academic and research ethics. Among her other research and teaching interests are the history of modern philosophy (Hobbes and other early moderns), the concept of forgiveness and American social and political philosophy.

She received the Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of South Florida, Tampa, in 1995.  Her teaching experience includes an array of classes in philosophy, including introduction to philosophy, philosophical reasoning, history of modern philosophy, ethics, ethical theory, theoretical and applied ethics, formal logic, critical thinking, social philosophy (freedom and justice), political philosophy, ethics internships for philosophy students, ethics in science and technology, and a philosophy practicum on academic ethics.  In addition, she designed and teaches the University of Central Florida seminar in academic integrity.  She is PI on a grant from the Association of American Colleges and Universities for “Core Commitments: Educating Students for Personal and Social Responsibility.”  This blog is related to work with Core Commitments and projects at the University of Central Florida on ethics and academic integrity.  For information on the Core Commitments projects, please see

Dr. Stanlick’s personal web site appears at


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