Last week, the KIE’s Ethics Lab published a book, Creating New Impacts with Ethics & Design, which outlines the lab’s expanding efforts to bring together ethics and design to develop innovative methods for approaching complex moral problems.
Senior Product Designer Nico Staple and Postdoctoral Fellow Elizabeth Edenberg are scheduled to present at this year’s annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI)
Ethics Lab team members Nico Staple and Elizabeth Edenberg took some of the lab’s empathy mapping kit prototypes to share with local high schoolers, educators, and administrators in two back-to-back workshops.
We caught up with new KIE visiting researcher Taylor Stone to discuss his work on the ethics of lighting design and why he came to Georgetown to pursue it.
Joining a suite of cross-campus efforts aimed at the science and ethics of data, the KIE will sponsor a full year of data ethics courses in the Institute’s Ethics Lab.
The Ethics Lab recently hosted multiple design sessions on big data. The team is currently identifying experts from academia and Georgetown’s alumni network to collaborate on the development and delivery of a new course for next year as well as direct impact projects on campus and beyond.
Director Maggie Little speaks about the KIE’s MOOC, EthicsLab, and Conversations in Bioethics to the twenty-first meeting of the US Presidential Commission on Bioethical Issues.
A collaboration of the KIE’s EthicsLab and an independent school in New Jersey, the program is a design- and ethics-intensive experience aimed at elite high school students.
Colin Hickey’s Spring 2015 “Debates in Bioethics” class blends the curricular and the extra-curricular, with case-based learning and an opportunity for select students to compete on Georgetown’s national-champion debate team.
An innovative introduction to bioethics involves design-based collaboration with two related courses: Biology & Rhetoric.
The KIE wins a grant from Georgetown’s Center for New Designs in Learning & Pedagogy (CNDLS) via its Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL).
Georgetown’s The Hoya spotlights alumna Kathy Hugin’s $3.6 million gift to fund a faculty chair at the KIE and the KIE’s Ethics Lab to honor her late father.
A transformative gift from alumna Kathleen McNamara Hugin will fund a faculty chair in ethics and expand the KIE’s Ethics Lab.
Studio 105, an EthicsLab-sponsored course offering an undergraduate introduction to bioethics, is featured on the Provost-led “Future(s) of the University” blog for its studio-based learning method.
After taking the KIE’s Introduction to Bioethics MOOC, a group of forty students and teachers visited the KIE for a half-day intensive session with designers and faculty at the KIE’s EthicsLab.
What happens when a philosopher and an architect co-teach a class? This semester, we aim to find out.
An experimental ethics course focused on medical error and team-taught by KIE Director Maggie Little and a visiting professor of architecture will be sponsored by EthicsLab this semester.
EthicsLab seeks to invent the next generation of bioethics curriculum and to offer transformative ethics education experiences for the undergraduates at Georgetown University.