Dr. Seager presents his ethics education game which positions students in situations that require first-hand ethical decision-making.
A Game-based Experiential Approach to Teaching Professional Ethics -
Author and advocate Allen Hornblum and Massachusetts native Gordon Shattuck help us explore a dark undercurrent of research on children in the US.
Allen Hornblum and Gordon Shattuck Interview -
In this interview, Levi shares how research involving children can protect and promote children's interests as long as researchers take the time to understand...
An Interview with Dr. Benjamin Levi -
Dr. Nancy Kass answers, "What are the moral obligations a researcher has when she conducts research in an international setting?"
An Interview with Dr. Nancy Kass -
Dr. Kitcher is a John Dewey Professor of Philosophy at Columbia and author of books on topics ranging from philosophy to science and ethics.
An Interview with Dr. Philip Kitcher -
Tufts University Professor Sheldon Krimsky shares his views on ethical issues present in the relationships between industry and academia.
An Interview with Dr. Sheldon Krimsky -
Dr. Thomas Seager leads research teams working at the boundaries of engineering and social science to understand the environment, technology, and society.
An Interview with Dr. Thomas P. Seager -
Dr. Jonathan Marks tackles the question, "What are the effects of industry (for example, pharmaceutical, petroleum, or food industries) when they sponsor...
An Interview with Jonathan Marks -
David Mortensen, professor of weed and applied plant ecology at Penn State, focuses on the environmental impacts of weed management systems.
Ethics of GMO Panelist Interview: Dave Mortensen -
Kyle Whyte speaks about the intersections of his work on indigenous communities and the impacts of genetically modified organisms.
Ethics of GMO Panelist Interview: Kyle Whyte -