- Ethics at Noon is the Ethics in Society Program's weekly brownbag seminar. Our class is open to the public and meets Fridays from 12-1pm in Room 112 of Building 110 on the Main Quad. Each week, we invite a faculty or staff member from around the university to speak on the ethical issues at play in their work. Contact Albert Pak (email@example.com) with questions.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
October 28 “Engaging Students in Ethical Research” Julia Bleakney (Program in Writing and Rhetoric) is an Associate Director of the Hume Writing Center. She has a Ph.D. in English and Feminist Studies from the University of Minnesota, and a B.A. (Honors) … Continue reading
Matt argued that our food system is morally bankrupt. He pointed out that our food system has tons of metrics for passing along information to the consumer about animal welfare (“grass-fed” & “free-range”) and environmental sustainability (“organic,” “natural”), but very … Continue reading
My apologies for the temperamental projector, we’re going to work on making sure that doesn’t happen again. I’ve attached Paul Bator’s slides to this page; they’re hard to look at, but here’s the direct link to them. Some questions to kick off our … Continue reading