Welcome to the 2021 Bioethics Research Showcase

LIVE 2021 BIOETHICS RESEARCH SHOWCASE YOUTUBE STREAM WILL BE AVAILABLE HERE AT 7PM US EDT ON THURSDAY, APRIL 29 2021

Students participating in the live event should email Lukas.Chandler@georgetown.edu if you have any technical issues connecting to the Zoom Call.

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2021 Submissions by Category

MULTIMEDIA + PERFORMANCE

  • Alexandra Bowman: “Political Cartoons for The Lincoln Project and Our Daily Planet”
Designed by Julia Feigen ^
  • Julia Feigen: “Sara’s Clinic”
  • Doha Maaty: “Truth and Justice: Mental Health of Muslim Youth Post 9/11
  • Afua Nyantakyi with co-collaborators Connor Brennan, Gustav Gulmert, and Nam Vu: “Expand Your Mind With AI: Mental Enhancement”
  • Elizabeth Porter with co-collaborators Basil Mizra, Esme Kalbag, Idan Chazan, Joon Nam: “Medical Tourism WordPress Site”
  • Candice Powers, Ryan Matz, Maxwell Sheremeta: “Rachel Carson and Marine Biology: Carson’s contributions to the scientific and popular knowledge of oceanic history and ecosystems”
  • Mikael Rauf, Sarah Watson, Michelle Martin, Lauren Cox, Winni Zheng: “Ethical Concerns with Gene Editing

JOURNALISTIC REPORTING

RHETORIC + ARGUMENTATION

ACADEMIC PAPER

  • Kent Adams: “Disability & the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Comparison of the United States & Viet Nam Government Responses”
  • Connor Brennan: “Mandatory Martyrdom: The Call to Sacrifice”
  • Audrey Bischoff: “The meat of the problem: The beef between cultured meat startups and traditional meat advocates”
  • Julianne Bruggemann: “Care Ethics in the Context of Climate Justice and Economic”
  • Amanda Chu: “Examining Urban Heatwaves Through an Environmental Justice Lens”
  • Lauren Cox: “The Responsibility of Prisons to Provide Hospice Care: Dementia”
  • Stephanie Grissom: “Gender Inequality in Professional Sports”
  • Britney He: “Inequality Written into DNA: How Gene-Editing Exacerbates Health Inequalities”
  • Rachael Johnson: “Chrono-Biopolitics and Disability in William Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury”
  • Grace Khaner: “The “Transforming One”: God the Omniscient”
  • Afua Nyantakyi: “The Ethics of Pharmaceutical Enhancement as Explored Through Limitless”
  • Marisa Morrison: “The Shell Group’s Culpability in Keeping Information on Climate Change from the Public”
  • Candice Powers: “The Imperative Intersection of Gender Justice and Climate Change Solutions”
  • Samantha Schlageter: “Climate Change and Global Health Justice: Protecting the Environment and Protecting Patients”
  • Samantha Schlageter: “Health Ethics and Compulsory Influenza Vaccinations during COVID-19”
  • Samantha Schlageter: “Paternalism and Autonomy: Examining Jacobson v. Massachusetts in the Context of COVID-19 Public Health Interventions”
  • Madison Scully: “COVID-19, Incarceration, and Environmental Injustice”
  • Julia Stone: “Geoengineering – An Ethical Option?”
  • Sarah Watson: “Consent and Immigrant Healthcare”
  • Winni Zheng: “The He Jiankui Affair: What Does This Mean For the Future of Human Gene Editing?”
Photo from past Showcase

POLICY PROPOSAL

BUSINESS PLAN

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LITERARY + CREATIVE WRITING

  • Claudia Pagnozzi-Schwam: “Diagnosis: Those We Love
  • Natalie Smith: “No Marigolds”
  • Kristin Turner: “Mirrors for Walls”