Dr. Dianne Quigley

Instructor of Ethics
Dr. Dianne Quigley, PhD is an Adjunct Faculty for Unity College. She is also the principal investigator of the NSF-funded Northeast Ethics Education Partnership (NEEP) at Brown University. Professor Quigley received her PhD in Religion at Syracuse University, concentrating on research ethics for group protections. She holds a Master’s Degree in Environment, Science and Policy from Clark University, Worcester, MA and a Master’s of Philosophy from Syracuse University.

With NSF funding, she has developed and disseminated graduate courses and course training materials for Marine Science Policy and Ethics at NEU and SMAST-UMASS; for Ethics, Culture and Community-based Research for Environmental Studies/Sciences, and Ethics for Engineers at Brown University, SUNY-ESF, and for NEU Blackboard sites. Professor Quigley has pioneered new ethical approaches for extending human subjects protections to place-based communities and cultural groups and authored important recent publications on this topic in scientific journals.