Jess Miner

Jess is Research Director at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University. She is a Classicist with primary interests in ancient Greek oratory and comedy, higher education administration, and practical ethics pedagogy. In her role as Research Director, she focuses on connecting the Center’s research activities with initiatives across campus and with broader public discussions on related themes. Jess is responsible for the Center’s programming and oversees several of the Center’s initiatives, including the Ethics Pedagogy Initiative and the Emergent Trends in Teaching and Learning Ethics at Harvard (ETTLE), part of the National Ethics Project. Prior to joining the Center, she spent five years implementing an ethics across the curriculum program at The University of Texas at Austin.

Comments are closed.