FASPE Study Trip
FASPE’s Study Trip is a week-long intensive travel and study program that takes place in Berlin, Krakow and Auschwitz. The program is designed for established professionals, community leaders and others interested in sharing the experience of the FASPE Fellows. Guided by FASPE’s mission and the format of its fellowships, attendees examine the precedent of professional behavior in Germany and elsewhere from 1933-1945 as a means to understand the significance and urgency of professional ethics today.
The Study Trip is an abbreviated version of the program attended by FASPE fellows. While shorter, less rigorous and not offered as a fellowship, it retains the basic framework and purpose of the fellowships. Attendees stay in iconic hotels in the respective cities, visit the same sites as FASPE Fellows and attend representative sessions, engaging in open discussions about contemporary ethics in the professions. Trips are organized with a limited number of participants to ensure meaningful dialogue; they are led by FASPE faculty, composed of leading historians and ethicists in the professions. The program serves as an opportunity to address standards of leadership and professional integrity within a unique historic context.
The next Study Trip will take place from Saturday, October 6 through Sunday, October 14, 2018.
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