“Acres of Skin” – A Reflection on the Protections and Ethical Considerations of Prison Populations in Research

STUDENT VOICES | CHYNN ETHICS PRIZE THIRD-PLACE WINNERBy Sophia Idso  As a student at Fordham, I have been fortunate to…

Summer Training and Research Funding for Early Stage Investigators: 2021 HIV & Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute (Deadline: June 1, 2021)

SUMMER TRAINING & RESEARCH FUNDING FOR EARLY STAGE INVESTIGATORS* Apply now to become a fellow of the NIDA-funded Fordham University…

Rightful Reparations for a Hurting Nation

STUDENT VOICES | ETHICS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE ESSAY PRIZE THIRD-PLACE WINNERBy Paulina Thurmann, Gonzaga University Rightful Reparations for a Hurting…

Unheard or Ignored: The Medical Complaints of Black Women

STUDENT VOICES | ETHICS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE ESSAY PRIZE SECOND-PLACE WINNERBy Denayia Miniex, Fordham University at Lincoln Center Unheard or Ignored: The…

But What About Positive Stereotypes?: A Community Based Analysis of the Model Minority Myth

STUDENT VOICES | ETHICS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE ESSAY PRIZE FIRST-PLACE WINNERBy Mia Nguyen, Dominican University of California But What About…

Ethics and Global Health Research

As part of the Fordham University Center for Ethics Education’s Advancing Health and Social Justice Web Series, Dr. Purnima Madhivanan from the…

Fordham RETI Alum Dr. Faith Fletcher Discusses Harmful Characterization of Black Communities as Vaccine Hesitant in Rolling Stone

In November 2020, Pew Research Center published findings from a survey conducted on American’s confidence and intent to get the COVID-19 vaccine.…

Harm Reduction in the Era of COVID-19

            The  Center for Ethics Education’s Advancing Health and Social Justice Web Series, jointly sponsored by the HIV and Drug Abuse…

Fordham University’s Dr. Celia Fisher on Mental Health and Racial Justice in the Time of COVID-19

On November 11th, 2020, Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D. presented her most recent study findings at the “COVID-19 Research and Resources Research…

Ethics and Society Newsfeed – November 13, 2020

COVID-19 Vaccine ethics: Covid could come back stronger if rich nations monopolise doses“The news that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine may prove up to…

COVID-19 and Justice for Racial & LGBTQ Communities

As part of the Fordham University Center for Ethics Education’s Advancing Health and Social Justice Web Series, Dr. Anthony Estreet,…