“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 … More

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 … More

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 … More

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 … More

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 … More

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 … More

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. … More

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 … More

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 … More

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 … More

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, … More