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de Nicola Center fellow appointed as Companion of the Order of Australia

Author: Kenneth Hallenius

Categories: Faculty News and General News

In the Queen’s Birthday Honours announced on June 10, 2019, John M. Finnis, a permanent senior distinguished research fellow of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture and the Biolchini Family Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School, was appointed as a Companion [AC] of the Order of Australia. The honor was granted with the citation, “For eminent service to the law, and to education, to legal theory and philosophical enquiry, and as a leading jurist, academic and author.”

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Carter Snead, director of de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, to deliver Harvey Lecture at Georgetown

Author: Kenneth Hallenius

Categories: Faculty News, Centers and Institutes, and General News

O. Carter Snead, the William P. and Hazel B. White Director of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, will present the 16th Annual John Collins Harvey Lecture, hosted by the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University on April 25. His talk is titled, “Remembering the Body: Towards a More Human Public Bioethics,” based on the themes of his book manuscript by the same name.

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Center for Ethics and Culture's 18th annual fall conference explores good and evil

Author: Kenneth Hallenius

Categories: Catholicism, Centers and Institutes, and General News

More than 750 scholars and guests are gathering at the University of Notre Dame for the Center for Ethics and Culture’s 18th annual interdisciplinary fall conference, “Through Every Human Heart,” November 9–11. The conference features 112 presentations that consider the perennial problem of good and evil in our world.

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CEC Director to Deliver Inaugural Law & Justice Lecture at University of Florence

Author: Kenneth Hallenius

Categories: Faculty News, Internationalism, Centers and Institutes, and General News

O. Carter Snead

Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture director and professor of law Carter Snead will deliver the inaugural University of Florence “Law and Justice Lecture” on May 30 in Florence, Italy. His lecture, “Three Regulatory Models for Stem Cell Research,” will analyze and contrast the U.S. government’s federal funding policies under Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama as a means of exploring the complexities of American governance of science, medicine, and biotechnology in the name of ethical goods.

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