Friday, February 02, 2007

Center for Ethics, Emory University

Igniting the Moral Imagination of 21st Century Leaders
For more information, including updates on programs and unabridged articles, visit our website at www.ethics.emory.edu

Feb. 21, 7:30pm-9:00pm, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Reception Hall (571 South Kilgo St)

One Tradition, Many Voices: Jewish Bioethics as a Model for Contemporary Society (Tenenbaum Lecture)
Presented by Professor Baruch A. Brody and cosponsored with the Rabbi Donald A. Tam Institute for Jewish Studies. Free and open to the public. For the invitation-only events that are part of this lecture series, see the Tenenbaum website.

Feb. 22, 4:00pm-5:00pm, Rollins School of Public Health,Room 864 (1518 Clifton Rd)

Clinical Ethics Seminar
For further information, contact Marian Osborne at mosborn@emory.edu or 404.727.5048



Faculty & Staff Ethical Engagement

Whether teaching ethics, or being quoted in or writing a news article, our faculty and staff continue to excel in their ethical engagement with the world.


2007 Clinical Ethics Seminar Dates

Each clinical ethics seminar for the upcoming spring and summer semesters will feature a presentation on applied ethics in the speaker's area of expertise. Our March 22nd seminar, for example, features Dr. Ray Barfield of the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee speaking on “Ethical Decision Making in Pediatric Clinical Trials.”

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