The Ethics Symposium will take place on Saturday, September 28, 2019 in Driscoll Hall, Room 240. Breakout sessions will take place in Driscoll 221, 223, 225.
The Student Ethics Symposium is one of the events held during Parent's Weekend.
"Our Moral Obligations to People With Disabilities and Fulfillment of that Obligation"
"Imprisoned Ethics: The Failure to Provide Basic Human Goods and Happiness to Incarnerated Human Beings"
"A Critical Debate on The Complexity of Minority Culture: Susan Moller Okin and Dolores S. Williams"
"An Argument in Favor of Inclusinve Classrooms"
"Ethical Considerations of Genetically Engineering Addiciton"
"Laudato "C": How Pope Francis and Other Scholars Address the Rising Concerns of Carbon Usage"
"The Immorality of Vagrancy Laws: Their Disregard for the Dignity of the Homeless as Demonstrated Through Catholic Social Teaching, Deontology & Compassion"
"Enough is Enough: The Ethical Implications of Excessive Meat Production"
"Nothing (Dis)abled About It"
"Tippecanoe and Information Too: The Ethics of Uninformed Voting"
"On Our Responsibility to the Drug Addicted"
"Maternal-Fetal Vital Conflicts"
"Let it Go"