Come for coffee, a croissant, and a discussion led by Rob Kunzman, the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Chair for Teacher Education and Professor of Curriculum Studies and Philosophy of Education.  His research focuses on the intersection of religion, citizenship, and education.  A former K-12 teacher and administrator, he has taught classes at Stanford and IU on moral education and the ethics of teaching; his favorite class to teach, however, is a Hutton Honors College course entitled “What Is a Good Education?”

For the Ethics for Breakfast discussion series for undergraduates, topics are drawn from local events, national and international news, research by IU scholars, and ethics debate competitions. Cases or short readings for each discussion may be distributed in advance, and at each session a facilitator will provide a short summary of the key issues to get the discussion started.

Event Registration Policy

HHC small-group programs labeled "SIGN-UP REQUIRED" have limited space, are open only to IU undergraduates, and require advance sign-up. You are welcome to bring friends. However, anyone who plans to attend an HHC small-group program must be an IU undergraduate and must sign up.

You may sign up for small group programs by filling out the form linked above.

CANCELLATIONS: If you must cancel your reservation, please email or phone Becca Creath (; 812-855-5296), but please try to do so in a timely fashion so that someone on the wait list can take advantage of the opportunity you must miss. We understand there are emergency situations; but in other cases, please let us know before the day of the program if you must cancel, as it is often difficult to reach those on the wait list on the day of a program.