The Quadracci Chair in Social Responsibility
Endowed by Harry Quadracci and the Quadracci family, this Professorship supports the teaching and research of faculty members whose work focuses on situational ethics, cultural study, and sustainable social responsibility, whether in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, or professional programs. Faculty expertise and teaching might, for example, include the philosophical, psychological, historical, literary, economic, or sociological underpinnings of social responsibility and social movements; comparative analyses of policy, culture, or the role of art or education in civic projects; or other foci exploring the nature of societies and cultures and the sciences, or professional programs. The Quadracci Chair will be awarded to faculty across the College on a five year rotation. Members of the faculty will address nominations to the Dean of the Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs, who will consult with the Committee on Appointments, Promotions, and Tenure, the Department, and, when applicable, the Program concerned, in making a recommendation.