Biology 101, English literature, calculus, and . . . ethics? Emory’s Center for Ethics is at the heart of a range of efforts to infuse education here with an ethical sensibility, from the College to the professional schools—and far beyond the classroom. Story
Ethics safety nets Story
Colonel Ted Westhusing 03PhD wrote his dissertation on military honor and considered Iraq a “just war” in the ancient tradition, so he signed up—a decision that probably cost the West Point professor his life. Story
Startling breakthroughs in genetic engineering, nanotechnology, and synthetic biology are giving the newly appointed Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues—vice chaired by President James Wagner—plenty to think about. Story
The digital revolution is transforming the way we work, play, and socialize, creating new connections and making worlds of information immediately accessible. But is there a dark side to the way people behave behind the screen? Story
When I was about fourteen—the age my son is now—I stole a pair of bowling shoes. Read more Story
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