Members of the Center for Bioethic's faculty work through formal contracts, consultation work, and membership on working groups to promote ethical health policy.
In addition, the Center fosters public discussion about ethical issues through many community engagement activities.
Each year we offer Mini Bioethics Academy, our community education series, and other public symposia. We engage the news media in their coverage of current events related to bioethics. We view community engagement to be an essential component of the Center’s mission given the cultural relevance of bioethics issues and the Land Grant mission of the University.