Please contact the Ethics Institute via–email or 603-646-1263 for more information about any of these events.
11 • An Introduction to the Ethical Issues in Graduate Education Research.
22 • 4:30 pm Collegiate Business Ethics Case Competition and Regional Ethics Bowl team info session. Open to any student with an interest in debate, ethics, business and argument. Location: Ethics Institute Conference Room.
23 • 12:00 pm Ethics Minor Fall Luncheon. Open to all students minoring in Ethics, our Fall luncheon is an opportunity to meet other students minoring in Ethics. Please RSVP to the Ethics Institute.
24 • 5:00 pm COSO Big Fall Policy Meeting in Paganucci at 5.
6 • The 40th Meeting of the New Hampshire-Vermont Hospital Ethics Committee Network: Contemporary Issues in Research Ethics: A Symposium
The 40th meeting of the New Hampshire-Vermont Hospital Ethics Committee Network will address some of the unique challenges in contemporary research ethics. Learn more>>
8 • 4:30 pm, Inaugural Roger S. Aaron 1964 Distinguished Lecture with Ken Feinberg. Mr. Feinberg is one of the nation's leading experts in mediation and alternative dispute resolution. He was appointed by President Obama to administer the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, the BP oil spill, and the One Fund Boston Victim Relief Fund. Location: Hood Auditorium, Hood Museum of Art.
11 • 4—5:30 This is the Year Theater for Social Justice in the Hands of Students. Location: Bentley Theatre. A 90-minute hands-on, action packed workshop led by New York theater practitioners. Sponsored by: Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies Program (LALACS), Theater Department
15 • The Perkins Bass Lecture: John Broderick, Executive Director, Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy, UNH School of Law; former Dean, UNH Law; former Chief Justice of the NH Supreme Court, will give the public talk, "Public Service Is Not for the Faint of Heart: Hard Lessons," on Wednesday 4:30 pm. Location: Rockefeller 003.
22 • The Washington, DC Policy Speaker Series: Judge Thomas Griffith, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, will take place on Wednesday at 4:30 pm. Location: Rockefeller 003.
22 • 7:00 pm "Perfect Strangers" a documentary film about kidney donation that will feature a discussion with film maker Jan Krawitz; for more information, see: http://www.perfectstrangersmovie.com. Location: Black Visual Arts Center. Sponsored by the Medical Humanities Work Group, Leslie Center for the Humanities and The Ethics Institute.
23 • 4:15pm Robert A. F. Thurman (Columbia): "Buddha: Scientist, Educator, Social Reformer" Location: Filene Auditorium, Moore Building
7 • 9am—6pm Budd Schulberg '36: A Centennial Celebration, Location: Black Family Visual Arts Center
Presentations about Schulberg's work as a novelist, short story writer, journalist, and screenwriter by scholars, professional colleagues, and family. This event coincides with a special exhibit in Rauner Library of the materials from the Budd Schulberg Collection housed in Special Collections.
Sponsors: Department of Film and Media Studies, The Friends of the Library, The Leslie Center, The Ethics Institute, Jewish Studies Program, AAAS Program, MALS, Departments of History, English, Religion, and German Studies.
15 • Regional Ethics Bowl Competition, Clemson University. Learn more>>
8 • The Elie Wiesel Foundation Prize in Ethics Essay Contest. The EWF Prize in Ethics Essay Contest is designed to challenge college student to analyze the urgent ethical issues confronting them in today's complex world. Students are encouraged to write thought-provoking personal essays that raise questions, single out issues and are rational arguments for ethical action. Contest deadline, December 8, 2014. Learn more>>
Last Updated: 10/23/14