Bart Schultz researches utilitarianism and has developed multiple public ethics programs for UChicago students, staff, and faculty to engage in educationally relevant ways with the larger South Side community. His publications include the books Essays on Henry Sidgwick ( 1992); Henry Sidgwick: Eye of the Universe (2004); Utilitarianism and Empire (edited by Schultz and Georgios Varuxakis, 2005); and The Happiness Philosophers (2017). He is on the Editorial Board of Utilitas, the leading professional journal of utilitarian studies and is currently working on a new book on decolonizing utilitarianism. Also known for his extensive community engagement work with the Civic Knowledge Project, he won the 2013 PUSHExcel Excellence in Teaching Award from the RainbowPUSH Coalition and worked closely with South Side civil rights activist Timuel D. Black, editing Black's memoir, Sacred Ground: The Chicago Streets of Timuel Black (2019). Schultz is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy and the College and has taught at the University of Chicago since 1987.