The Penn Bioethics Journal and the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy are proud to announce the inaugural Bioethics Symposium at Penn. This Symposium aims to educate and engage undergraduate students on the importance and scope of bioethics. Events range from traditional lecture-style speaker events, to panels on bioethics careers, to movie-based discussions, to simulations in which students grapple with the same issues faced by professionals in the field. The Symposium brings together academics and professionals from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Arts and Sciences, the Wharton School of Business, Penn Law, and Penn Medicine.
On Wednesday, a prelude to the symposium, a talk by Peter Singer on global poverty, will be open to Symposium attendees. Thursday afternoon will mark the start of the symposium, with a keynote lecture being delivered by Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel. The symposium will run through Friday evening.
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