Conversations in Bioethics is an annual campus-wide discussion of a crucial bioethics issue. Hosted by the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, this series brings together creative student work, distinguished speakers, and the broader campus community to explore a topic in bioethics and inspire leadership for change.
This year's focus: Making Families.
With a rise in assisted reproduction such as use of donor sperm, techniques like IVF, new calls for employers to support decisions to adopt, and the recent Supreme Court decision protecting same-sex marriage, we'll be exploring cutting edge questions in justice around family building.
KIE director Maggie little will moderate a lively and personal discussion with a panel of experts and community members.