AME 2014 Travel Grants Available

The Association for Moral Education will award a number of travel grants to a maximum value of $1000 each, to support participation at the 40th Annual Conference in Pasadena, CA. These grants have the purpose to assist students and young scholars who have limited financial resources to attend and present their work, as well as college, university, and research institute faculty members from developing countries to travel outside their borders to attend and present their work at the forthcoming conference.
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Conference Events

The 2014 AME Conference will be held November 6-8, 2014 in Pasadena, California. Check back often for more information about our conference speakers and schedule.

Accommodations & Area Maps

The 2014 AME Conference will be held at the Westin Hotel, Pasadena. We have provided information about area hotels, eateries, and places to explore while you’re here.

Travel Information & Maps

We look forward to having visitors from every region of the United States and from around the globe. Please click the title to learn more about nearby Los Angeles airports and view travel maps to Pasadena.



Nancy Snow


Nancy E. Snow, who will deliver the Kohlberg Memorial Lecture, is a professor of philosophy at Marquette University. Her research has ranged widely, but has mostly focused on moral psychology and virtue ethics, including specific virtues. She has also attempted, wherever possible, to bring psychology in to conversation with philosophy so as to buttress philosophical arguments. Read More…

William Damon


William Damon is Professor of Education at Stanford University and the Director of the Stanford Center on Adolescence. One of the world’s leading scholars of human development, Damon is on the forefront of the emerging positive psychology movement in the United States. Read More…

Sandra Graham


Sandra Graham is a professor in the UCLA Graduate school of Education and Information Studies and holds the Presidential Chair in Education and Diversity. Her research interests are broadly concerned with education and human development and include the role of diversity in education and development, achievement for at-risk youth, and bullying and school adjustment. Read More…

Carola Suárez-Orozco


Carola Suárez-Orozco is a professor in the UCLA Graduate school of Education and Information Studies and is Co-Director of the Institute for Immigration, Globalization, and Education at UCLA. Suárez-Orozco’s research is focused broadly on the adaptation of immigrant families and youth, and immigrant youth development. Read More…