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Why attend?

Learn new information and best practices, network with practitioners, scholars and students, and more.

Conference

The conference provides opportunities to acquire information on current and evolving research projects, obtain new resources for ethics education, learn best practices for professional and corporate ethics programs, and engage in thoughtful discussion on a plethora of ethics topics.

Pre-Conference

There are three Thursday pre-conference experiences: Ethics Center Directors Summit; APPE RISEsm Pre-Conference Symposium; and Society, Culture, and Value: Ethical Decision Making During a Global Pandemic.

30+1 Anniversary Reception

We’ll celebrate our 30th Anniversary a year late with a 30+1 celebration on Friday evening. Join us for an evening to reflect back on where we came from and where we’re headed.

Keynote and Plenary

Topics include indigenous inclusion in science and the ethics of AI and health care

Opening Plenary (Thursday)

Dr. Kim TallBear: Indigenous Inclusion, Reconciliation, and Decolonization in Science 

Dr. TallBear is the Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience, and Society of Alberta. She will be addressing us via Zoom.

 

Keynote Speaker (Friday)

Dr. S. Matthew Liao: Ethics of AI and Health Care: Towards a Substantive Human Rights Framework

Dr. Liao is the Arthur Zitrin Chair of Bioethics, Director of the Center for Bioethics, Professor of Global Public Health, and Affiliated Professor in the Department of Philosophy at New York University.

Who's Speaking?

We’ll welcome leaders in various ethics fields from across the world.
Jacen Greene

Jacen Greene

Assistant Director, Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative, Portland State University
Michael A. Santoro

Michael A. Santoro

Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University

Raven Drake

Ambassador Program Manager, Street Roots

Wendy Wyatt

Vice provost for academic affairs and a professor of media ethics at the University of St. Thomas, Minnesota

LaQuida Landford

Lead visionary for the AfroVillage Movement

Cristina Eisenberg

Associate Dean for Inclusive Excellence and Director of Tribal Initiatives, College of Forestry, Oregon State University

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