Archived Programs

Our weekly seminar introduces students to the field of ethics, with a focus on the daily choices we can make to create a more just world. The seminar helps students build relationships, investigate ethical problems, share resources,... Read more

This course is designed around the question “What do we owe to each other?” We will use a range of interdisciplinary lenses to examine the moral challenges and dilemmas which accompany community life. Students will learn to apply the... Read more

Speakers

Subrata Ghoshroy

Research Affiliate, Program in Science, Technology and Society

Yarden Katz

Departmental fellow in Systems Biology at the Harvard Medical School

THIS IS A THREE-PART SERIES; NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED:  Click here for the VIDEO and click here for the SLIDES from the... Read more

A Moral Budget for America

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 - 4:00pm
Speakers

Shailly Gupta Barnes

Policy Director at the Kairos Center and the National Poor Peoples Campaign

Join us in conversation with Shailly Gupta Barnes as she discusses a moral budget for America and the crucial need for a shifting of priorities on both the state and federal level. She is the Policy Director at the Kairos Center and National Poor People's... Read more

This teach-in will give participants the background and tools to critically examine greenwashing by fossil fuel companies and how it relates to reputable institutions like MIT. Greenwashing is defined as “disinformation disseminated by an organization so as to present an environmentally... Read more

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