The John Grant Endowment in Health Care Ethics is offering an award for outstanding senior outstanding junior in health care ethics/bioethics. To qualify students must have:
-A minimum 3.75 GPA
-All As in their bioethics classes
-Demonstration of service/volunteer work
-Demonstrated interest in health care/bioethics through course work, research, internships, career plans, or extracurricular activities
See attached flyer for more information. Applications are due by Friday, April 7th, 2023.
We are accepting papers on any topic in health care ethics or bioethics.
Undergraduates: 1st prize of $500, 2nd prize of $250.
Submissions should be no longer than 5000 words.
Deadline for submission is Friday, April 14, 2023. See attach.ed flyer for full details
The Case for Healthcare Reparations
On Monday, March 27, 2023 Dr. Camisha Russell from University of Oregon presented the John Grant Lecture in Health Care Ethics to facuty and undergraduates. Dr. Russell spoke on "The Case For Health Care Reparations."