Casscells-Hamby Ethics Internship Award
Margaret Casscells-Hamby, along with a gift from her mother, Oleda Casscells, created the Casscells-Hamby Ethics Internship Award in 2003. The award is used to support interesting or diverse summer internships for students within the Institute for Practical Ethics. The institute began summer internships as a way to integrate ethical theory and practice, the academy and the real world. Student interns combine their summer experience with preparatory courses and post-internship narrative and analytic reports and discussions. Students have placements in private (both for-profit and not-for-profit) and governmental contexts in both domestic and international settings.