About

The Ethics and Society  blog serves as a source for news and analysis of  issues relating to ethics. It provides a media platform for members of the Fordham University community to draw on their education and professional and person experiences to contribute to international moral debate. Material for the blog is provided by directors, faculty, fellows, students, and affiliated scholars of the Center for Ethics Education, as well as selected guest bloggers.

The blog has a broad readership spanning 105 countries and 6 continents. Through its syndications, Ethics and Society blog posts are regularly featured and posted on The Huffington Post and Social Justice Solutions.

Please feel free to contact Senior Editor, Rimah Jaber, MA at rjaber@fordham.edu with any questions or submission ideas.

All posts and comments on the Ethics and Society blog are solely the opinions of their respective authors, and do not represent the position of Fordham University or the Center for Ethics Education.

The Center for Ethics Education, directed by Dr. Celia B. Fisher, administers the Master of Arts in Ethics and Society, a graduate program providing students with a cross-disciplinary foundation in the application of moral and ethical theory to contemporary social issues, as well as the Interdisciplinary Minor in Bioethics, which demonstrates to students how to apply the insights of ethics directly to medical and scientific research, policy, and practice. Additionally, the Center for Ethics Education operates the HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute, a summer training and mentored research program for early-career HIV and drug use researchers. The

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