Announcing the 2017 John F. Grant, MD Award Competition
Two awards of $3000 each will be given for Spring semester 2017.
Eligibility: Junior or Senior Undergraduate students who have a special, demonstrated interest in studying health care ethics.
Conditions: The recipients of the awards are expected to enroll for spring 2017 in either Philosophy 398-001 (The Grant Symposium in Health Care Ethics), BIET 395 (The Bioethics Minor Capstone), or Philosophy 369 (Philosophy of Medicine). For application forms, please contact the secretarial office in the Philosophy Department, 381 Crown Center, Lake Shore Campus. Telephone 773-508-2291. Contact person: Lucas Abramson (Administrative Assistant).
***Deadline for Applications: Friday, November 18th, 2016***
Take a look at the flyer for more details.
Interested? Click here for the application!
These awards are supported by the John F. Grant, MD Endowment for Health Care Ethics.
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