Faculty and Community Scholars program

We are pleased to announce that Anthony J. Nocella, II is our first community scholar in CEPS. Mr. Nocella holds degrees in political science, conflict management and peace studies, and cultural foundations of education. he is completing his Ph.D. in social science at Syracuse University. He is working with Dr. Fitz-Gibbon in the forming of CEPS and in editing a volume on the language of violence. Mr. Nocella is a committed peace activist.

Interested in Becoming a Faculty or Community Scholar?

Faculty scholars are SUNY Cortland faculty who work with members of the Philosophy Department in writing in ethics, peace and social justice within their own discipline. Philosophers act as faculty mentors in the research and publication process.

Community scholars are members of the wider Central New York region who are attached to CEPS within the Philosophy Department at SUNY Cortland. They may be activists, artists or academics who share the values and goals of CEPS and who seek support for their endeavors. Contact: Dr. Andrew Fitz-Gibbon.




Director of CEPS:
Andrew Fitz-Gibbon, Ph.D.

Email: fitzgibbon@cortland.edu

Phone: 607-753-2016

Center for Ethics, Peace and Social Justice (CEPS)
Old Main, Room 140
P.O. Box 2000
SUNY Cortland
Cortland, NY, 13045