Daniel McFee

Daniel McFee

Trainer, Ethics in the Workplace

Travels from:

Fort Collins, Colorado

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Daniel McFee, PhD, publishes and lectures in the areas of science and religion, environmental ethics, and emerging technologies and ethics. He served as Professor and Department Chair of Religious Studies at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania, and as co-director of the Evelyn Lincoln Institute for Ethics and Society at Mercyhurst College (ELIES).

Dr. McFee holds a BA in Modern History and Ancient Greek from Bowling Green State University, an MDiv in Ethics from Duke University, postgraduate training from Durham University, and a PhD in Religious and Ethics from Marquette University.

He has published work in the Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, the Journal of Religion, Theological Studies, Studies in Religion/Sciences Religious, and other academic journals.

Areas of Expertise
  • Environmental ethics
  • Ethics and emerging technologies
Programs
  • White Lies and “Free” Office Supplies: Ethical Decisions in the Workplace
  • Selected Publications
    • “The Role of Religious NGOs in Shaping Environmental Ethics in International Civil Society—The World Council of Churches as a Case Study,” Frontiers of Environment and Citizenship. Oxford, UK: Interdisciplinary Press, 2013.
    • “Benevolence,” Baker Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics. Ada, Michigan: Baker Publishing Group, 2011.
    • “Values/Value Judgment,” Baker Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics. Ada, Michigan: Baker Publishing Group, 2011.
    • “Prophet, Expert, and Advocate: The World Council of Churches and Institutional Environmental Ethics, 1991-2006,” Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses, 38 (2009): 445-465.