Undergraduate students from all across the university submitted scholarship, representing nearly twenty different majors at the College, SFS, and NHS.
This year, directly following the Bioethics Research Showcase reception, a cast of Georgetown students, alumni, and friends will perform a stage reading of a new play by Second City’s Katie Watson.
Dr. Madison Powers, Dr. Robert Veatch, and Dr. Laura Bishop of the KIE will all present at Haverford College’s new Ethics in Science Symposium.
Remarks made by Dr. Maggie Little, Senior Research Scholar and Institute Director, and Dr. Laura Bishop, Head of Academic Programs, are featured in a report on bioethics education.
Participants from last year’s Intensive Bioethics Course (IBC) share their views on the course, the Institute, and the Library.
Winners in creative and analytic categories were selected by a jury of bioethics and disciplinary experts, and honored at the Showcase’s two evening events on April 15 & 16.
Georgetown’s first-ever Bioethics Research Showcase will feature undergraduate research work in a campus-wide juried event in April 2015.
The KIE’s Bioethics Research Library welcomes its 10th cohort of honors students from a local high school to discuss final research papers on the ethics of Frankenstein.
The KIE is pleased to announce a new minor in bioethics, as covered in Georgetown student newspaper The Hoya. KIE academic program officers Laura Bishop and Matthew Burstein worked with colleagues in Georgetown’s department of philosophy to develop and administer the minor. “Any student with career interests in health care, biotechnology or the environment could […]
Many new features and visitors characterize this year’s Intensive Bioethics Course for professionals at the KIE, an annual session with lectures and small group discussions with KIE scholars and guests.
The KIE’s Bioethics Research Library sent Senior Library Advisor Doris Goldstein and KIE Academic Program Officer Laura Bishop on a grant-funded research trip to India.
The KIE had a strong presence at this year’s meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) in Minneapolis, with contingents from the Library and Journal in the exhibition hall and several scholars and students giving talks.
As part of this year’s New Student Orientation Program, the KIE welcomed students with a program called “Brave New World? Bioethics and the Future of Health Care.”