LAWRENCE P. ULRICH, PH.D.
Department of Philosophy
ulrichlp@udayton.edu
University of Dayton

 HOMEPAGE

 
ADDRESS: SOME USEFUL NUMBERS:

Department of Philosophy (West) Home: (760) 327-3775
2955 E. Avery Drive #E Fax: (760) 327-9677
Palm Springs, CA 92264-8765 Cell: (760) 574-8087
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CURRICULUM VITAE


"Inspiration" Bronze by Bennett of California
Photographic Setting by Renate

 
BIOETHICS WEBSITE
 

OFFICE  HOURS FOR SPRING, 2014: Any time by e-mail or telephone.

Available On Line <ulrichlp@udayton.edu> and at (760) 574-8087.

 

". . . and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice,

and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?" [Micah 6:8]

A BLESSING FOR VISITORS TO THIS WEBSITE

May the sun bring you new energies by day.
May the moon softly restore you by night.
May the rain wash away any worries you have.
May gentle breezes refresh your soul.
And, all the days of your life,
May you walk gratefully through the world and know its beauty.

 

SPRING COURSE

2015

 

SPRING COURSE

2015

MBA 758
Interested in this course for Spring, 2015?
Not programmed yet.
See Fall, 2014.
Course will be substantially
the same as Fall, 2014
  Phl 315
Interested in this course for Spring, 2015?
Not programmed yet.
See Fall, 2014.
Course will be substantially
the same as Fall, 2014
     

FALL COURSE

2014

FALL COURSE

2014

FALL COURSE

2014 [extended]

MBA 758 Fall 2014
Principled Organizations: Integrating Faith, Ethics and Work
ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?

PHL 315 Fall 2014

Medical Ethics

ON-LINE COURSE

 

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE IN THIS

 WAY?

PHL 695 Fall 2014
Directed Studies: Leadership in Politics and Private Institutions
ON-LINE COURSE


 WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
     
SUMMER COURSE
201
4
SUMMER COURSE
201
4
SUMMER, 2013 TO
SUMMER, 2014
COURSE [extended]
MBA 758 Summer 2014
Principled Organizations:

Integrating Faith, Ethics
and Work

ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
PHL 370 Summer 2014
Political Philosophy:

Ethical Values and Challenges for
Leadership in Politics
and Public Service

ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
PHL 695 Summer 2013
Directed Studies: Leadership in Politics and Private Institutions
ON-LINE COURSE


 WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
     
     
SPRING COURSE
2014
  SUMMER/FALL/SPRING COURSE [extended]
201
3/2014
MBA 758 Spring 2014
Principled Organizations: Integrating Faith, Ethics and Work
ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE IN THIS WAY?
  PHL 695 Summer 2013
Directed Studies: Leadership in Politics and Private Institutions
ON-LINE COURSE


 WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
     

FALL COURSE

2013

 

FALL COURSE

2013

MBA 758 Fall 2013
Principled Organizations: Integrating Faith, Ethics and Work
ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
 

PHL 315 Fall 2013

Medical Ethics

ON-LINE COURSE

 

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE IN THIS WAY?

     
SUMMER COURSE
201
3
  SUMMER COURSE
201
3
PHL 370 Summer 2013
Political Philosophy: Ethical Values and Challenges for Leadership in Politics and Public Service
ON-LINE COURSE


WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
  PHL 695 Summer 2013
Directed Studies: Leadership in Politics and Private Institutions
ON-LINE COURSE


 WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
     
 

FALL COURSE

2013

 
  MBA 758 Fall 2013
Principled Organizations: Integrating Faith, Ethics and Work
ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
 
     
SPRING COURSE
2013
  SPRING COURSE
2013
MBA 758 Spring 2013
Principled Organizations: Integrating Faith, Ethics and Work
ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE IN THIS WAY?
 

PHL 315 Spring 2013

Medical Ethics

ON-LINE COURSE

 

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE IN THIS WAY?

     
 

FALL COURSE

2012

 
  MBA 758 Fall 2012
Principled Organizations: Integrating Faith, Ethics and Work
ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
 
     
SUMMER COURSE
2012
SUMMER COURSE
2012
SUMMER COURSE
2012
     
MBA 758 Summer 2012
Principled Organizations: Integrating Faith, Ethics and Work
ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?

PHL 315 Summer 2012

Medical Ethics

ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?

PHL 370 Summer 2012
Political Philosophy: Ethical Values and Challenges for Leadership in Politics and Public Service
ON-LINE COURSE


WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
     

SUMMER COURSE

2011

 

SUMMER COURSE

2011

MBA 652 Summer 2011
Social Responsibility and Ethical Dimensions of Management
ON-LINE COURSE


WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
  PHL 370 Summer 2011
Political Philosophy: Ethical Values and Challenges to Leadership in Politics and Public Service
ON-LINE COURSE


WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
     
 

FALL COURSE

2011

 
 

MBA 659 Fall 2011

SPECIAL TOPICS:

The Ethical Foundations of Leadership

ON-LINE COURSE

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?

 
     
 

 COURSE BELOW NOT SCHEDULED

 
  Proposed Syllabus for MBA 658

A "Working Document" [Reading Assignments and Structure] for MBA 658
 
     

SPECIAL WEBSITE

SPECIAL WEBSITE

SPECIAL WEBSITE

 

Business Ethics Library

 

Bioethics Library

THE PATIENT SELF-DETERMINATION ACT
Georgetown University Press
Hardcover Publication --- 1999
Paperback Publication --- 2001
     
  THIS LINK IS FOR THE "CURIOUS," WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN LEARNING HOW SOME OF MY COURSES WERE TAUGHT PREVIOUSLY.  
     

 

IN MEMORIAM:

TRIBUTES TO VERY SPECIAL PERSONS

 

RENATE ULRICH +9/23/03

RAYMOND HERBENICK +4/11/99

RICHARD KYLER +9/8/99 

 



"The Goal Partially Achieved"
Concept by Rachel
Photography by Larry Ulrich

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A LITTLE FUN STUFF

A PHILOSOPHER IN SEMI-RETIREMENT

LEARN HOW A REAL PHILOSOPHER

HANDLES THE SLIPPERY SLOPE

 


ETHICAL ISSUES IN
MEDICAL PRACTICE

[OHIO UNIVERSITY]

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

THE
HUMANITIES BASE PREQUEL
Summer, 2002
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