Through its unique Conversations on Morality, Politics, and Society (COMPAS) program, CEHV has fostered civil and informed discussion on controversial topics of public concern.
Our exhibition -- COMPAS Directions: A Decade of Ethical Exploration -- highlights the continuing urgency of these conversations and celebrates the many thoughtful directions our participants have pointed toward in responding to our shared ethical challenges. By inviting distinguished guests and Ohio State colleagues to engage across disciplines and perspectives, COMPAS has created a dynamic space for both nuanced understanding and transformative problem-solving.
Many of those contributions are represented along walls in the Hopkins Hall lobby space. CEHV is also grateful to our wonderful design team, Prof. Peter Chan, Taylor Olsen, Noor Murteza, and Mark Celestina whose vision brought ten years of conversation to life.
Join us to celebrate the power of wide-ranging, interdisciplinary conversations to help shape our society’s ethical understanding of topics including Immigration, Sustainability, Technology, Religion in Public Life, What is America?, Public/Private, and more.
The exhibition is free and open to the public, and we encourage everyone to take time exploring the many images and ideas represented in it. We would like to thank the Department of Art and the Urban Arts Space for providing space and support for this exhibition.