Rosemarie Garland-Thomson: "Disability Bioethics:  A Path to Realizing Equality"
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson: "Disability Bioethics: A Path to Realizing Equality"
   October 13, 2020

Join us for our new series! Stories for Survivability: How we Talk about Disability Ethics and Why it Matters. Rosemarie Garland-Thomson (Professor of English at Emory University) presents as the first of four speakers in this series, supported by the Chancellor's Diversity Challenge Fund.

Zoom registration HERE: https://uncc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlde6grT8qH9yGabOP6ajSCC2rimZNXDD4 

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Alex Pearlman: “A Framework for Collectively-Defined Ethics Standards for Independent Researchers and Community Bio Groups”
Alex Pearlman: “A Framework for Collectively-Defined Ethics Standards for Independent Researchers and Community Bio Groups”
   September 23, 2020

Alex Pearlman (Journalist and Bioethicist; Research Affiliate, the MIT Media Lab Community Biotechnology Initiative) presents as part of the Ethics Center's 2020-21 series, Models for Equitable Minority Inclusion in Institutional Research.

Zoom registration --> https://uncc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUldeitqT0oHdHARgGLJuI5oddN4unllc_y 

About the series: Because citizen science work often works outside of institutional channels, it often faces...

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Angelique Hjarding: “From Monarchs to Mangroves:  Public Science as a Tool  to Engage Communities  in Conservation”
Angelique Hjarding: “From Monarchs to Mangroves: Public Science as a Tool to Engage Communities in Conservation”
   September 22, 2020

Angelique Hjarding (Postdoctoral Researcher, Charlotte Action Research Project, Dept. Geography & Earth Sciences, UNC Charlotte) presents as part of the Ethics Center's 2020-21 series, Models for Equitable Minority Inclusion in Institutional Research.

Zoom registration --> uncc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAvdOGvrDsrHNfOAHFOGB6nCpgGHQ-qAFAJ  

About the series: Because citizen science work often works outside of institutional channels, it...

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Lewis Gordon: "What is Knowledge Production? Racism and Research in the Academy"
Lewis Gordon: "What is Knowledge Production? Racism and Research in the Academy"
   September 14, 2020

Dr. Lewis Gordon, Head and Professor of Philosophy at UCONN-Storrs, is the first speaker in the School of Data Science (SDS) Fall webinar series co-hosted by the Center for Professional and Applied Ethics. Dr. Gordon's talk is titled, "What is Knowledge Production? Racism and Research in the Academy."

The SDS Fall webinar series is FREE for UNC Charlotte students, faculty, and staff. The series addresses the role of data science in some of the most pressing issues facing today's society.

Please go here to register and to obtain the link/passcode to...

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***CANCELLED*** Miranda R. Waggoner: "Programming Futures?"
***CANCELLED*** Miranda R. Waggoner: "Programming Futures?"
   February 27, 2020

 

This event has been cancelled.

Join us for the fourth event in our Epigenetics series! 

For a pdf of the flyer, click here. For a series flyer, click here.

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***Postponed*** Ethics and Social Work Conference 2020
***Postponed*** Ethics and Social Work Conference 2020
   February 17, 2020

*** POSTPONED!*** 

The health and safety of students, faculty, staff and community friends remains UNC Charlotte’s top priority. The University has been monitoring the rapidly evolving situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) and has been working in close collaboration with local and state resources.

After careful thought and consideration, UNC Charlotte has decided to postpone this event. This was not an easy decision, but a necessary one in protecting the health and well-being of our campus community.

We will let you know when the University is able to reschedule...

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***POSTPONED*** Elizabeth Jones: Ancient DNA
***POSTPONED*** Elizabeth Jones: Ancient DNA
   February 6, 2020

*** POSTPONED!***

The health and safety of students, faculty, staff and community friends remains UNC Charlotte’s top priority. The University has been monitoring the rapidly evolving situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) and has been working in close collaboration with local and state resources.

After careful thought and consideration, UNC Charlotte has decided to postpone this this event. This was not an easy decision, but a necessary one in protecting the health and well-being of our campus community.

We will let you...

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Kelly Happe: "Epigenetics, Race, and Justice"
Kelly Happe: "Epigenetics, Race, and Justice"
   February 3, 2020

Join us for the third event in our Epigenetics series! 

For a pdf of the flyer, click here.  For a series flyer, click here.

Free, but please RSVP so we can order food.

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Charles Dupras, "Protecting Privacy in the Multi-omic Era"
Charles Dupras, "Protecting Privacy in the Multi-omic Era"
   January 10, 2020

Join us for the second event in our Epigenetics series! 

For a pdf of the flyer, click here.  For a series flyer, click here.

Free, but please RSVP so we can order food

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Hannah Landecker, "Eating History: Reading Epigenetic Science for a Metabolic Ethics
Hannah Landecker, "Eating History: Reading Epigenetic Science for a Metabolic Ethics
   October 10, 2019
Join us for the first event in our Epigenetics series! For a pdf of the flyer, click here. For a series flyer, click here. Info below the cut... hope to see you then!

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