Are you interested in studying ethics, but have questions about future careers in the field? The Center for Ethics Education’s second annual Careers in Ethics panel will give students the opportunity to learn and ask questions about potential careers in the interdisciplinary field of ethics.
“Our exciting panel showcases the amazing achievements of our alumni from the Ethics and Society program, as well as professionals affiliated with the Ethics Center who are engaged in ethics-related careers,” said Adam Fried, Ph.D., assistant director for the Center for Ethics Education, director of the M.A. in Ethics and Society, and interdisciplinary minor in Bioethics, and moderator of the event. “Panelists will discuss their own professional paths and explain how students can pursue careers in ethics in a wide variety of professions, including those in health care, business, law, and compliance.”
The event will feature four panelists:
Naomi Dreisinger, M.D., the chief of the pediatric emergency room at Beth Israel Medical Center
Elizabeth Yuko, Ph.D., LL.M., bioethicist, Program Administrator for the Fordham University HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute, and editor of Ethics & Society
“A degree in ethics can be applied to almost any discipline where questionable issues arise and responsible solutions are needed,” said Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D., director of the Center for Ethics Education.
The event will take place on Thursday, March 27th from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in Campbell Hall, Room 124, followed by a reception.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. This event and free and open to the public.
Please visit the Center for Ethics Education website for more information on the event, the M.A. in Ethics and Society, the interdisciplinary minor in Bioethics, and careers in ethics and alumni achievements.