Bioethics in Film Series, Spring 2014
Human Guinea Pigs – 6pm, LSE 104
Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time
Thurs., January 23, 2014
5 p.m. doors open | 5:30 p.m. show time
SOLS MEETS SOCIETY Speaker Series, Pt. 2
The Global Classroom is a partnership between Arizona State University and Leuphana
University in Lüneburg (Germany). The Center for Biology and Society and the School
of Sustainability participate in this exciting experiment that aims to develop a model for
Liberal Arts Education in the 21st Century.
Check back frequently for updates as the 2-week visit progresses!
The American Association for the Advancement of Science, "Triple A-S" (AAAS), is an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing science around the world by serving as an educator, leader, spokesperson and professional association.
Michael R. Dietrich is a Professor of Biological Sciences at Dartmouth College. As a science historian in a Biology department Dr. Dietrich states: "My scholarship cuts across history, philosophy, and sociology of science as well as biology itself.
Arizona State University graduate students Kate MacCord and Lijing Jiang, along with Grace Foster of Mt. Holyoke College, are spending the summer at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA to collect and create the MBL Community Archives. The students are collecting photographs and memories from the MBL community to store the rich history of the MBL digitally before it is lost. For more information regarding the project, see: http://history.archives.mbl.edu/news/mbl-community-archives-opens-summer
Join us on April 11 at 2 pm to hear Kent A. Kiehl, PhD discuss Neuroscience research in the real world: The brain and the law in LSE 244.
Join Lyn Gaudet Kiehl on Wednesday, April 10 at 3:30 pm for "Cookies and Caffeine" in the College of Law Room L1-23. Lyn Gaudet Kiehl is a lawyer with a forensic psychology and behavioral neuroscience background. Lyn will briefly share the story of her educational and career trajectory, and then answer questions about how to prepare yourself to work effectively at the increasingly important intersection of biology and society.
We invite you to join us April 24, 6-8 pm at the UClub in celebrating the 2013 graduates of the MA Applied Ethics and the Professions, Biomedical and Health Ethics, as they present posters on their applied projects. Guest speaker will be Mark Clark, Assistant Professor, University of Texas Medical Branch who will speak on “Professional Identity, Narrative, and Ethics”.