One way to define having ethical wellness is to live by a set of principles that give meaning to your life. Different professions have a variety of ethical standards that they follow. These can help guide you as you are making difficult decisions that would affect your future. If you are drifting and do not feel that you have any purpose, you may look to participate in volunteer activities that would allow you to . Ethical wellness also involves having curiosity, respect, and appreciation for different values, cultures, and beliefs.
On Campus Resources
Student Life Policies (from the General Council)
Diverse Voices Project – A sampling of educational resources put together by the Office of Equity at UD. It is designed to help expand understanding of diverse communities, social justice issues, and steps that can be taken to address these concerns.
Off Campus Resources
National Education Association Code of Ethics – List of commitments to the student and to the education profession.
How Good People Make Tough Choices (article from the Institute for Global Ethics, author Rushworth M. Kidder)
Volunteer Match – This site matches inspiring people with inspiring causes.
Ethical Dilemas in 21st Century Education (article by Dr. Andrea McCourt)
American Public Health Association – Champions the health of all people and all communities
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