Holloran Center

for Ethical Leadership in the Professions

Symposium: The Formation of An Ethical Professional Identity

On February 2, 2008, The Holloran Center hosted several respected scholars across a range of professions at the St. Thomas Law School campus on the topic of professional development. In the first week of October, the University of St. Thomas Law Journal published this symposium on The Formation of an Ethical Professional Identity. The following are the published articles:

Foreword: The Formation of an Ethical Professional Identity in the Peer-Review Professions
hamilton1.pdf
By Prof. Neil Hamilton | University of St. Thomas Law Journal

Medical Professionalism and the Formation of Residents: A Journey Towards Authenticity
leach.pdf
By David C. Leach, M.D. | University of St. Thomas Law Journal

Formation of Professionalism and Purpose: Perspectives from the Preparation for the Professions Program
colby.pdf
By Anne Colby and William M. Sullivan | University of St. Thomas Law Journal

Assessing Professionalism: Measuring Progress in the Formation of an Ethical Professional Identity
hamilton, article.pdf
By Prof. Neil Hamilton | University of St. Thomas Law Journal

Promoting Ethical Development and Professionalism: Insights from Educational Research in the Professions
bebeau.pdf
By Muriel J. Bebeau PhD | University of St. Thomas Law Journal

The Engineering Cultures Syllabus as Formation Narrative: Critical Participation in Engineering Education through Problem Definition
downey.pdf
By Gary Lee Downey | University of St. Thomas Law Journal

Identity and Integrity in Clergy Formation
foster.pdf
By Charles R. Foster | University of St. Thomas Law Journal

Fostering Professionalism and Integrity in Research
steneck.pdf
By Nicholas H. Steneck, PhD | University of St. Thomas Law Journal