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  1. Markkula Center for Applied Ethics Focus Areas Religious and Catholic Ethics Faith Formation Build. Plant. Grow. is a free faith formation program for schools, parishes, and families. Engaging lesson plans pair scriptural readings with children's literature and experiential education. Build. Plant.

  2. The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University exists to help people see, understand, and work through ethical problems. As an introduction to thinking ethically, we have created a framework for ethical decision making. Learn About Our Framework Upcoming Events Space Ethics April 28, 11:00am

  3. Nov 07, 2016 · The Center’s Build.Plant.Grow. faith formation program for children is now available for all the Sundays and all the solemnities for all three cycles in the Lectionary of the Catholic Church. For each Sunday or holiday, the curriculum follows a theme through the day’s readings and a related work of children’s literature.

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  5. In the mid 1990s, Mike and Linda Markkula launched the Center’s endowment with a $5 million gift and the Center was renamed as the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. At the same time, Santa Clara President Paul Locatelli, S.J., had formulated the idea for Centers of Distinction, which would represent core commitments of the University.

  6. The center offers both faculty and student Hackworth Grants for research on applied ethics and Hackworth Fellowships for students interested in creating programming on ethics for their peers. The Campus Ethics Program also organizes presentations on ethics in many applied fields, including technology, diversity, immigration, law, and other topics.

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