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Jon C. Dalton Institute on College Student Values

2014 Dalton Institute Highlights

In celebration for his commitment and dedication to the research of college student values, we are proud to announce the

24th Annual 

Jon C. Dalton Institute on College Student Values

Promoting an Ethic of Care:  Student Well-Being as a Priority for Higher Education

February 6 - 8, 2014

Florida State University - Tallahassee, FL


Be a part of the 2014 Dalton Institute Experience:

Register to attend the 2014 Institute


View the 2014 Dalton Program including Keynote Speakers and concurrent sessions! 


Additional Information

The 2014 Dalton Institute concurrent session presenters will include leading scholars and practitioners who have studied college student character development. This annual event allows some of the most respected scholars in the field of student affairs and higher education to share their thoughts on the methods which colleges and universities can use to actively encourage moral and civic commitment, ethical behavior, and the process of character development. Keynote speakers will be in residence for most of the conference and are available to interact informally with participants.

The Dalton Institute will be held at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL, and is expected to attract more than 250 participants from across the United States. Conference arrangements also include side trips and entertainment. Informal dress is recommended for all conference activities.


The Jon C. Dalton Institute proudly partners with:

Character Clearinghouse

Character Clearinghouse is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at Florida State University. To read interviews and program descriptions relating to the 2013 Dalton Institute on College Student Values, go to



Please note that photographs will be taken at the event by Dalton Institute Volunteers, which may be used for future publications such as this website.