Dec 9, 2020 by Magdalena Grohman
On Friday, Nov 20, 2020, the Center for Values hosted a Virtual Book Launch of Science and Moral Imagination by Matthew J. Brown. The event started with a short introduction to the book’s main argument by Dr. Kevin Elliott (MSU), followed by Dr. Brown’s reading of two excerpts from the book. Dr. Elliott then moderated Read more …
Aug 30, 2020 by Matthew J. Brown
Research Report for the Marvin and Kathleen Stone Fellowship This is not the report I thought I would be writing; my hope was to be able to produce a work that drew clear conclusions from my research and instead I am beset with more and broader questions surrounding reproductive technologies in general and the pervasive Read more …
Aug 12, 2020 by Matthew J. Brown
Online Symposium on Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology featuring Elyse Purcell, Justin Biddle, Dan Hicks, Mark Tschaepe, and Matthew J Brown
Jun 24, 2020 by Matthew J. Brown
In lieu of our annual conference, which we had to cancel due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, we are hosting an online symposium this Friday, June 26 at Noon to 2:00pm Central Time. Join the Event via Microsoft Teams We have four invited speakers: Elyse Purcell (SUNY-Oneonta): “On Beneficence and Potential Harm: Disability and Genetic Read more …
Feb 26, 2020 by Matthew J. Brown
Nov 14, 2019 by Matthew J. Brown
Any proposals that address the relations of values and science, technology, or medicine are welcome. Proposals might include, but are not limited to, topics such as the role of values in science, the role of science in policy and politics, public trust of science, public interest science and technology, ethics of research, design, or practice, ethics education for scientists and engineers, or the influence of science, technology, and medicine over culture, values, human experience, the environment, religion, art, etc. Deadline: January 15, 2020
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Brief Thoughts on Values in Medicine and Science The Brief Thoughts project is a series of five minute talks presented by the Center's friends, colleagues, and supporters. The ongoing round of talks is devoted to reaction to and reflection on COVID-19 pandemic.
New Distinguished Professorship and Scholarship Fellowship Fund The Center for Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology at UT Dallas is pleased to announce the establishment of a new fund that will support a new professor and another that will provide scholarships for students. The Marvin and Kathleen Stone Distinguished Professorship of Humanities in Medicine and Sciences and the Marvin and Kathleen Stone Scholarship Fellowship Fund for the benefit of the Center for Values will allow the Center to expand its mission of understanding, evaluating and improving the ethical and cultural influences on and implications of science, technology, engineering, and medicine.
Center for Values Project Puts Student Lab Experience Under Microscope In late Summer 2019, the Center for Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology research team under Dr. Matthew Brown's leadership has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to study how learning and mentoring occurs in a research lab. Researchers will look at how laboratory experience prepares undergraduate and graduate students for their careers. The researchers hope to identify practices that could eventually be included in an assessment that will capture what students actually learn and experience in labs.