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.
Georgetown’s first-ever Bioethics Research Showcase will feature undergraduate research work in a campus-wide juried event in April 2015.
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.
The KIE is pleased to welcome two undergraduate research associates for work on issues in women’s health, research, and the environment.
The KIE’s Bioethics Research Library invites students to extended study hours for finals period — including milk and cookies on Friday!
Maggie Little was honored at Georgetown’s 7th Annual College Honors by student nomination for excellence in undergraduate teaching.
Georgetown’s winning bioethics debate team is interviewed about their recent triumph at the 2013 national competition, held in Georgetown’s own Gaston Hall.
On November 10th, Georgetown’s Ethics Bowl team traveled to the University of Baltimore to compete with 13 other teams in a debate-style competition sponsored by the the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE). Georgetown took first place in the Mid-Atlantic regional competition after winning every single round, and the team will now compete in […]
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 […]
Georgetown’s bioethics debate team traveled to the national rounds in Denver, CO, at the annual meeting of the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference, featuring plenary speaker Temple Grandin, and won second place in the competition.
After a year-long process, Georgetown’s first-ever Undergraduate Bioethics Society (UBS) now is an officially recognized student group at the University.
Georgetown’s KIE-supported undergraduate ethics debate team wins second place at a recent regional competition and earns a spot to compete in the national round.
Sponsored by the KIE, Georgetown sends its first-ever team of twelve undergraduates to compete in the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) Ethics Bowl.
KIE Scholars Maggie Little, Henry Richardson, and Tom Beauchamp addressed Georgetown’s Board of Regents on the KIE’s Engaged Ethics Initiative for undergraduate students.
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.”
Institute and Library representatives will participate in this year’s Student Welcome and Orientation Week festivities with an open house, scavenger hunt, and more. Come say hello!
Georgetown’s first ever Bioethics Bowl team, with support from the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, placed second at the 2011 national competition.