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.
Senior Research Scholar Robert Veatch has a new book out, “Defining Death,” co-authored with Dr. Lainie Ross of University of Chicago.
This month, the Bioethics Research Library will feature four new study carrels to be named and dedicated in honor of four founding figures of the field of bioethics.
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.
Part of a new series of reading recommendations from the scholars, staff, and supporters of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics.
Explore this year’s iteration of the KIE’s popular online Introduction to Bioethics with an overview of the scholars and topics on deck for 2016.
Dr. Robert Veatch will offer a talk on “The Future of Bioethics” as part of a year-long celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Georgetown University Press.
KIE scholar Robert M. Veatch was awarded the Henry Knowles Beecher lifetime achievement recognition by The Hastings Center, one of the world’s oldest bioethics centers.
KIE scholar Robert Veatch argues that employer-mandated health insurance plans constrain individual choice and autonomy over health choices for employees in this editorial in The Hoya.
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.
KIE scholar Robert Veatch has shared some of his work on the ethics of organ transplantations as public debate over a former US Vice President’s recent heart transplant.