The Department of Design and the CEHV join forces to mark the 10th Anniversary of the COMPAS program

February 12, 2024

The Department of Design and the CEHV join forces to mark the 10th Anniversary of the COMPAS program

COMPAS Exhibition in Hopkins Hall lobby


The Department of Design and the CEHV (Center for Ethics and Human Values) joined forces to mark the 10th Anniversary of their COMPAS (Conversations on Morality, Politics, and Society) program. The exhibition, titled COMPAS Directions: A Decade of Ethical Exploration, underscores the ongoing importance of these dialogues and lauds the myriad insightful pathways participants have forged in addressing their collective ethical dilemmas throughout the past decade. By convening esteemed guests and colleagues from various fields and viewpoints, COMPAS fosters a dynamic arena for nuanced comprehension and transformative problem-solving. It fosters meaningful exchanges among experts and attendees alike, providing a stage for critical and constructive communal introspection.

Reflecting on this collaboration, Professor Piers Turners, CEHV Director, expresses his gratitude towards “the entire design team - Peter, Taylor, Noor, and Mark - for breathing life into our COMPAS program with such vibrancy and engagement. The exhibit beckons all to delve into a decade’s worth of discussions on challenging subjects, while also honoring the interdisciplinary bonds we have cultivated at Ohio State University. Peter’s visionary leadership, coupled with the invaluable contributions of each team member, has culminated in a remarkable and captivating experience. It has been a rewarding journey, and the outcome is both compelling and refined.”

Exhibition Planning and Design Committee:

The exhibition is free and open to the public 9am to 5pm in the Hopkins Hall Lobby, February 8 until February 19, 2024. For additional information about the exhibition, see COMPAS Directions Exhibition Celebrates 10 years of Ethical Exploration


Group photo of the Planning and Design team.
Left to right: Mark Celestina, Peter Kwok Chan, Steven Brown, Eric MacGilvray, Donald Hubin, Winston Thompson, Piers Turner, Taylor Olsen, Noor Murteza.  

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