The Student Voices section of the Center for Ethics Education’s Ethics and Society blog is an opportunity for Fordham University undergraduate and graduate students to contribute to online ethical discourse reaching the Fordham community and beyond. Submissions from guest student bloggers should be between 300 and 1,000 words, may be edited for content and length, and may include accompanying images. Submission does not guarantee publication.
- Your reaction to, opinion or analysis of a current news topic with an ethical dimension, or a piece of contemporary scholarship (e.g. an article or book).
- A piece of original research or commentary on an ethical issue of contemporary import.
- A response to a post that previously appeared in Student Voices or the primary Ethics & Society
Address issues such as:
- The environment & natural disasters
- International conflicts & terrorism
- Poverty & access to resources
- Public health
- Business ethics
- Journalism & media ethics
- Research ethics
If you are interested in contributing, please read our Student Voices Style Guide for more information on acceptable blog post format.
For examples of previous Student Voices posts, please see:
- Measles Outbreak: A Public Price for the Preeminence of Autonomy?
- Separation of Church and the Voting Booth: The Moral Dilemmas of a Catholic American Voter
- Environmental Ethics and Nature: Is All Nature Natural?
Blog posts or comments containing inappropriate language or content will not be published.
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.
Want to submit? Questions? Comments? Unsure of what to write, or whether a topic is relevant? Need help developing an idea? Contact Rimah Jaber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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