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Elizabeth Whiting, Ph.D.

Education

Emory University, Doctor of Philosophy, Religion (Ethics and Society)

Vanderbilt University, Master of Divinity

Trevecca Nazarene University, Bachelor of Science, Biology

Interests

Jogging

Hiking

Gardening

Latin Dancing

Reading


Biography

 

Elizabeth Whiting is the Director of Interdisciplinary and Engaged Learning in the Professional Schools at Wake Forest University’s Program for Leadership and Character. Before coming to WFU, Dr. Whiting taught ethics and directed the Center for Ethics at Mars Hill University and managed the CREATE (Culture, Religion, Ethics, and the Environment) Project at Emory University’s Center for Ethics. Her scholarship focuses on the role of emotion in moral life generally and in ethics education specifically. A primary goal of her teaching is to equip leaders to constructively engage conflicts arising in their professional settings and in society at large.

Elizabeth Whiting, Ph.D.

Director of Interdisciplinary and Engaged Learning in the Professional Schools and Ethical & Inclusive Leadership Faculty

Wake Forest University

Conflict skills; religion, conflict, and peace building; moral education; morality and emotions; environmental ethics;