Office of the Provost

Rutland Institute for Ethics celebrates 1,000 registrations for 6th Annual TIDE Conference


The Rutland Institute for Ethics recently hosted its 6th Annual Tigers for Inclusion, Diversity and Ethics (TIDE) conference with a record-breaking 1,000 registrations.

Over four days and six sessions, this year’s conference theme, “When A.I. Collides with Ethics and What to Do About It,” focused on various perspectives about ethical uses of A.I. across disciplines.      

Partners included the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences, College of Arts and Humanities, College of Behavorial, Social and Health Sciences, College of Education, College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences, College of Science, Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business, the Graduate School, the Honors College and Clemson Libraries.

This year we partnered with nine different colleges and departments. We thank our attendees and partners for participating and continuing to guide Tigers to ethical success while upholding the University’s longstanding commitment to ethical leadership in the community.”

Director of Rutland Institute for Ethics William C. McCoy

Watch for news about the 2025 conference being scheduled in April.