Modern science across disciplines is increasingly faced with often controversial public debates surrounding its societal applications.
The Consortium conducts original research, serves students and faculty, and advances public dialogue and understanding on emerging issues at the intersection of science and society.
The Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences is pleased to announce the 2019-20 Consortium Research Awards (for work in 2020-21). The Consortium provides funding for intramural projects related to the societal implications of problems in health, environment, and the life sciences. Grants will be awarded in the spring 2020 to University of Minnesota graduate and professional students for work during the Summer 2020 and academic year 2020-21. Student organizations may also apply for these grants. A total of $35,000 is available with a maximum individual award of $7,000. Awards can include a stipend for research and writing and funds for research supplies, or funding for a program or colloquia. Read More.
The University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management Medical Industry Leadership Institute is hosting "Combating Minnesota's Opioid Epidemic" on Thursday, October 24, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Carlson School of Management. This event is a one-day policy forum convening public and private stakeholders in Minnesota and at the federal level to discuss how to collaboratively build upon current federal, state, and local efforts to combat the opioid epidemic.
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The Center for Bioethics is kicking off fall semester with Ethics Ground Rounds and Mini Bioethics Academy. The Center for Bioethics' Ethics Grand Rounds is a series of monthly seminars featuring noted local, national, & international bioethics scholars lecturing on a variety of ethical issues in health care & the life sciences. The Mini Bioethics Academy is a three-evening series that engages with faculty and fosters discussion on complex, thought-provoking bioethical issues facing society. Read More.