How Should We Eat? A one-day symposium on eating in the Anthropocene

The 2016-2018 Mellon Sawyer Seminar Presents How Should We Eat? A one-day symposium on eating in the Anthropocene. This event is free and open to the public.

Brain Death: New Questions for Philosophy and Theology

This free conference features KIE Senior Scholars Daniel Sulmasy and Robert Veatch and discusses questions in philosophy and theology pertaining to brain death in medicine.

Self-Advocacy and Developmental Disability: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

The Program in Disability Studies and the Georgetown Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities is hosting a panel discussion exploring self-advocacy from multiple cultural perspectives.

ADRF Network Inaugural Conference: Building Foundations for Data Sharing and Ethical Use

The ADRF Network Inaugural Conference will feature panel discussions on data sharing, data access, and the ethics of living in a big data world.

Celebrating Georgetown Women Making a Global Impact

KIE Director Maggie Little will be honored among other women for her global impact. The event, hosted by Women on the Map and Georgetown Women's Alliance, features a panel discussion on the role of technology in women's empowerment and a photo exhibition of female trailblazers, including Little.

Reddit AMA: Matthew Liao on ethics, bioethics, and moral psychology

The philosophy subreddit is hosting an AMA series this Spring semester. Matthew Liao will answer questions on ethics, bioethics, and moral psychology.

Health Disparities + Healthcare Affordability: Panel Discussion

Two panel discussions on health justice are part of the “Finance and Human Development” Series at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business.

Disability Studies Initiative presents “Changing Lives Through Play”

The Disability Studies Initiative invites you to attend a panel discussion on Special Olympics, intellectual disability, and the ethics of storytelling.

Mist of the Earth Exhibition and Panel

The Georgetown Environment Initiative and Walsh School of Foreign Service bring Brazilian artist Denise Milan, her vision, and her exhibition Mist of the Earth to our university community.

Conversations in Bioethics: Panel Discussion

This year's topic celebrates one of the issues at the heart of the KIE story: disability. Join us in person or watch via live stream!

ASBH panel: Zika and the Ethical Complexities of Pregnancy

KIE Director Maggie Little and Dr. Anne Lyerly will join a panel of experts to identify priorities for the global health and research communities regarding the Zika virus.

“Ethics in Science” Symposium

Several KIE faculty are scheduled to present at Haverford College's Ethics in Science Symposium.

Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders (PANDAS/PANS) 2016 Conference

Dr. James Giordano, IBC speaker and Chief of the Neuroethics Studies Program at Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics, will present at PANDAS/PANS 2016 on neuroethical issues and moral obligations.

Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues

KIE Senior Research Scholar Tom Beauchamp will speak at an upcoming meeting of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.

Interdisciplinary Dialogue on the Zika Epidemic

The Georgetown Environment Initiative and the Global Futures Initiative convene an interdisciplinary dialogue on the Zika epidemic.

Georgetown Environmental Law Review Symposium: Legal Innovation Within Old Laws

Georgetown Environmental Law Review presents the Spring 2016 Symposium, a look at how innovations on old laws are being used to solve new environmental problems.

Conversations in Bioethics: Panel Discussion

KIE director Maggie Little will moderate a lively and personal discussion with experts and community members on issues around justice and family-building.

Conversations in Bioethics

Conversations in Bioethics is an annual campus-wide discussion of a crucial bioethics issue. This year, our focus is on personal genomics.