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Bill Kosmidis, Government, '19

Bill KosmidisReason for Minor: Bill Kosmidis, a member of the Class of 2019, is majoring in Government with a concentration in International Relations, and double minoring in Public Policy and Ethics.  With the goal of attending law school after Dartmouth, Bill’s desire to minor in Ethics arose from his concern with the ethical implications that lawmakers and the policies they enact have on our society and the international community as a whole.  The Ethics Minor supplements Bill’s education by training his mind to morally apply the theories and concepts he learns in his classes within the context of real world ethical scenarios.


Storey Pickett Dyer Kloman, Geography, '17

Storey Reason for Minor:  I have always been interested in applied ethics, especially in relation to medical/clinical ethics. As a geography modified with economics major, an ethics minor allows me to continue to pursue that interest while simultaneously providing me with the perfect framework to connect my two majors. 


Michelle Martinez, Neuroscience Anthropology, Double Major,  '17

 Michelle MartinezCulminating Project Title: The Ethics of Dementia: An Adult Child’s Choice on Nursing Home Placement







Caroline Braun, Neuroscience, '18

 Caroline Braun

Christiana Johnson, Neuroscience, '17

Christiana Johnson


Allison Liegner, Economics, '17

Allison LiegnerReason for Minor: Allison Liegner is majoring in Economics modified around political and economic development with a minor in Ethics. She is interested in the intersection between traditional ethic and new technology, specifically the political implications of biotech and how that synthesizes historical metaphysics. She is writing her culminating experience on the ethics of nuclear weaponry in World War II - which includes research into the fields of war ethics and military history. She views the study of ethics as a personal and political exercise that deepens one's understanding of society and the self.

Brooke Ahbe, Psychology, '18

Brooke AhbeReason for Minor: I am a Psychology major and looking to expand my knowledge of education and research ethics. An ethics minor allows me to expand my knowledge of Psychology with education courses focusing on research methods on how to improve learning. I get to discuss and listen from different societal backgrounds that aid my psychology curriculum. The ethics minor allows me to gain a more open and understanding mindset that allows my psychology knowledge to be used in a more ethical manor.

Lara Balick, Biology, '19

David Sher, History, '17

Else Drooff, Geography, '18

Last Updated: 10/24/16