November 2020

13
Nov

Public Interest Technology University Network Panel: “Creating Responsive Government”

3pm–4pm

Senior Research Scholar and Director of Ethics Lab Maggie Little will participate on a panel "Creating Responsive Government" for the PIT-UN Friday, November 13th at 3pm US EST.

6
Nov

McDonald Agape Virtual Conference – “I Was Sick and You Came to Visit Me: Reflections on the State of Pastoral Care”

Online: 9am–5pm

KIE Acting Director Dr. Daniel Sulmasy will co-moderate the upcoming webinar, "I Was Sick and You Came to Visit Me: Reflections on the State of Pastoral Care," scheduled for Friday, November 6th, 2020 9-5pm ET.

October 2020

30
Oct

Webinar: Health and Biomedical Research Data Ethics

10:30am–12:00pm

KIE Senior Research Scholar and Director of the Ethics Lab Maggie Little will speak as a panelist on Health and Biomedical Data Research Ethics on Friday, October 30th at 10:30am US EDT.

9
Oct

On Pandemics, Vaccines, Age, and Global Justice: A Conversation with Henry Richardson and Nancy Jecker

12:00pm–1:30pm

September 2020

24
Sep

Humanities in Action: Academics and Public Writing

5:30pm–6:30pm

KIE Senior Research Scholar Karen Stohr will moderate a panel on academics and public writing on September 24th, 2020 at 5:30pm EDT.

17
Sep

The Completed Life Conference – A Case for Objections and Ethical Concerns

Online: 12pm–2pm

KIE Acting Director Dr. Dan Sulmasy will speak on September 17th, 12-2pm ET as part of a six-week virtual conference that investigates the idea of a "completed life."

11
Sep

Webinar: The Covid-19 Pandemic: Human Rights and Public Health in Japan and the United States

9am–10am

Join KIE Visiting Researcher Eriko Sase for a webinar focusing on human rights and public health in Japan and the United States.

July 2020

9
Jul

Medical Ethics in a Time of Crisis

12pm–1pm

KIE Acting Dan Sulmasy will speak on June 9th, 12pm ET as part of an ongoing interview series of Georgetown faculty about their writing.

2
Jul

Catholic Ethics and the Challenge of COVID-19 Webinar Series

1:00pm–1:30pm

A complimentary webinar series co-sponsored by the Catholic Health Association and Georgetown University in cooperation with the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics.

June 2020

25
Jun

Developing Treatments and Vaccines for SARS-COV2: Ethical Challenges to Challenge Webinar Trials

1:00pm–1:30pm

A complimentary webinar series co-sponsored by the Catholic Health Association and Georgetown University in cooperation with the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics.

18
Jun

Disability and Pandemic Rationing Webinar

1:00pm–1:30pm

KIE Senior Research Scholar Sean Aas will speak as a panelist for the webinar "Disability and Pandemic Rationing" on June 18th 1pm ET.

2
Jun

Lessons after the Lockdown: Public Health, Economics, and the Common Good

6pm–7pm

KIE Acting Director Dr. Daniel Sulmasy will speak as a panelist during a webinar addressing public health, economics, and the common good.

May 2020

31
May

Philosophy Talk: Covid Conundrums and Moral Dilemmas

2pm–3pm

KIE Senior Research Scholar Dr. Karen Stohr will speak on Philosophy Talk on Sunday 5/31 at 11am PT, 2pm ET and Tuesday 6/02 at 9 pm PT, 12am ET.

28
May

Personal Contact Tracing of COVID-19 Patients Webinar

1pm–2pm

KIE Acting Director Dr. Daniel Sulmasy, and Senior Research Scholar Dr. Robert Veatch will lead a webinar entitled "Personal Contact Tracing of COVID Patients." David G. Miller, Ph.D. of the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics will moderate.

15
May

KIEJ Call for Papers on Ethics, Pandemics, and COVID-19

ALL DAY

The KIEJ announces a special emergency, open-access issue on Ethics, Pandemics, and COVID-19. Submission deadline is May 15th.

14
May

Pandemic Means the Whole World: COVID-19 & Global Bioethics

Online: 4pm–6pm

Pandemic means the whole world. Our webinar turns the focus of discussion toward concerns raised by the COVID-19 / new corona virus pandemic for the people outside the Global North.

April 2020

30
Apr

Bioethics Research Showcase Virtual Awards Ceremony

7pm–8pm

The Bioethics Research Showcase is holding a virtual awards ceremony to announce the Showcase winners, and to highlight amazing Georgetown undergraduate student research in bioethics.Join us for the live-streamed event at -https://kennedyinstitute.georgetown.edu/showcase/

22
Apr

Bioethics Research Showcase Submission Deadline

Virtual: 12am–12am

The Bioethics Research Showcase is a juried competition of undergraduate work that focuses on ethical themes in health, the environment, and emerging technologies. Georgetown undergraduates can submit their work online by Wednesday, April 22, midnight EST.