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.