“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

The Trumpification of Research Ethics: It’s Now OK to Use Prisoners as Guinea Pigs

By Celia Fisher, PhD Fordham University Federal regulations prohibiting scientists from using prisoners to study health problems not directly related … More

Ethics & Society Newsfeed: March 10, 2017

Politics White House Slammed by Federal Ethics Chief for Not Disciplining Kellyanne Conway U.S. government’s official ethics watchdog blasted White House … More

Ethics & Society Newsfeed: February 19, 2016

Voices for Our Fathers Keeping Memory of Horrific Study Alive The Tuskegee syphilis experiment recruited poor men with “bad blood” … More

Putting Justice Back in the Justice System: ‘It is time to defend the basic human rights of the voiceless individuals’

STUDENT VOICES By Alyssa Dolan The dialogue on the imprisonment of those with intellectual development disorders (IDDs) has progressively grown … More