Established in 2006, the Ethics Center encourages reflection on a broad range of values issues, from social policy to professional challenges to interpersonal relations.
This academic year, 2020-2021, the Center will focus on the theme: PHARMACEUTICAL ETHICS
9/26: Student Discussion: Pharmaceutical Ethics
10/17: Student Discussion: Prescription Bias
10/29: Annual Lou Lombardi Lecture: Necia Freeman [featured In The Oscar-Nominated Netflix Documentary, Heroin(e)] (see right)
10/30: Faculty Panel: “Prescription Bias”
2/20: Student Discussion: Pharmaceutical Ethics
2/27: Physician Panel
3/17: Student Discussion: Medical Nihilism
3/25: Keynote Lecture: Jacob Stegenga, Philosophy, University Of Cambridge [author of Medical Nihilism] (see below)
3/26: Faculty Panel: “What Counts As Informed Consent?”
4/2: Discussion between Chris McGreal, journalist, and author of American Overdose and Janet McCracken, Professor of Philosophy
Get involved with a student organization!
- Amnesty International
- Alpha Phi Omega
- Ally Program
- Habitat for Humanity
- Forester Friends
Reading Room Hours
Monday - Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.