Wouldn't It Be Easier if We All Spoke a Universal Language? Faculty-student dinner discussion with Profs. Rebecca Crisafulli and Christine Kenison (Modern Languages), September 23, 2021.
Lies, Fake News, and Conspiracy Theories: Are We Living in a Post-Truth World? Ethics in Our World Community Discussion with Prof. Joshua Tepley, September 16, 2021.
Does Political Equality Affect Economic Equality? Research workshop cosponsored with the Institute for Humane Studies, with support from the Templeton Foundation, August 27 to 29, 2021.
The Housing We Need: Community Conversation over Ice Cream, August 16, 2021
Ethics Circles Coordinator Seminar, July 23, 2021.
Developers Lunchtime Policy Roundtable, June 30, 2021.
Coffee and Conversations in Goffstown, June 14 & 15, 2021.
"Schools, Funding, and Choice: Solutions to Inequities in New Hampshire's Schools" (virtual), June 9, 2021. Video here.
Faculty Workshop, June 1, 2021.
"Ethics of Archaeology," faculty-student dinner discussion with Prof. Elizabeth Palazzolo (Classics), May 5, 2021.
"Saint Joseph and the Value of Work," co-hosted with Campus Ministry, May 3, 2021.
College Ethics Bowl Competition, April 27-29, 2021.
"The Ethics and Economics of Health Insurance," Ethics Lab for high school students with Center Advisory Board member Janice Baker (Harvard Pilgrim), April 22, 2021.
"To What Extent Do We Have the Responsibility to Reduce Our Carbon Footprint?," faculty-student dinner discussion with Prof. Brian Penney (Biology), April 8, 2021.
"When to Speak Out: Three Questions to Answer Before Taking a Public Position on Social Issues" (Ethics in Governance), April 7, 2021. Video here.
"Better, Not Perfect: A Webinar with Max Bazerman" (Ethics in Governance Forum), February 17, 2021. Video here.
Second Annual Goodchild New Hampshire High School Regional Ethics Bowl Championship (virtual), January 30, 2021. Champions: Saint John's High School (Shrewsbury, Mass.).
Ethics Bowl Invitational for Ethics Circles high school students (virtual), December 12, 2020. Champions: Goffstown High School.
"Governance Matters: Missions and Mindsets in the Moment" with Cathy Trower (Ethics in Governance), November 19, 2020. Video here.
"Is It Ever Permissible to Lie in a Job Application or Interview?," Ethics Lab for high school students with Center Advisory Board member Connie Roy-Czyzowski (Northeast Delta Dental), November 12, 2020.
"The Knowledge Problem," Ethics Lab for high school students with Prof. James Harrigan (U of Arizona), November 3, 2020.
"Why Do We Punish?," faculty-student dinner discussion with Prof. Thomas Larson (Philosophy), October 29, 2020.
"Care and the Presence of Leadership in a Time of Crisis" (Ethics in Governance Forum), October 22, 2020. Video here.
"No Longer on Speaking Terms: The Breakdown of Political Dialogue and Collaboration in America," October 14, 2020. Cosponsored by the New Hampshire Institute of Politics. Video here.
"Does a Good Leader Need to Be a Good Person?," faculty-student dinner discussion with Prof. Max Latona (Philosophy), October 8, 2020.
"Federalism and the Regulatory Policies of Local and Regional Governments," online research workshop, October 3 & 4, 2020. Cosponsored by the Institute for Humane Studies with the support of the John Templeton Foundation.
"The Color of Law: How Our Government Segregated America," webinar with author Richard Rothstein and panel of New Hampshire guests, September 22, 2020. Video here.
"Land-Use Regulation and Housing Affordability," online research workshop, August 11 & 12, 2020. Working papers will be available by end of October.
"Building the Cities of the Future: More Markets or More Regulation?," webinar with Ed Glaeser, Emily Hamilton, Alain Bertaud, and Gerrit-Jan Knaap, Jason Sorens moderating, August 10, 2020. Video here
Ethics Circles coordinators colloquium, Hilton Garden Inn, Manchester, N.H., July 31, 2020.
"The Housing We Need: Reflections on the Ethics of Affordable Housing amid Covid-19," webinar with Paul Casey '70, Dean Christon '78, and Dr. Tauna Starbuck Sisco, Dr. Max Latona moderating, June 18, 2020. Video here.
"The Power of And: Responsible Business Without Trade Offs" (Ethics in Governance), May 14, 2020. Video here.
"How Do We Navigate the Ethics of Space Exploration?," faculty-student virtual discussion, April 23, 2020.
"Does a Good Leader Need to Be a Good Person?," Ethics in Our World community discussion at To Share Brewing, February 27, 2020.
"The Ethics of Investing," alumni-faculty-student dinner discussion, February 25, 2020.
"Should We Have Standardized Tests?," faculty-student dinner discussion with Aubrey Scheopner Torres (Education), February 13, 2020.
2020 New Hampshire Regional Ethics Bowl Championship, February 1, 2020.
"2019 Housing We Need Roundtable: Innovative Solutions for NH's Housing Crisis," December 11, 2019.
"A Matter of Balance: Managing the Tension Between Philanthropy and Democracy" (Ethics in Governance), December 4, 2019. Video here.
"Data and Ethics: Second Transatlantic Conference," cosponsored with University of Vienna and University of St Andrews, Vienna, Austria, November 22 & 23, 2019.
"Should You Give Money to Panhandlers?," faculty-student dinner discussion with Tauna Sisco (Sociology), November 20, 2019.
"Spirit of Fear: God and Guns in America," research presentation by Andrew Moore (History), November 20, 2019.
"What Exactly Is Progress?," faculty-student dinner discussion with Hugh Dubrulle (History), October 28, 2019.
"Is Shared Ownership a Better Model?" with Howard Brodsky, Roberta MacDonald, Tara Reardon, & Max Latona, October 22, 2019.
"Design Thinking for Social Innovation" workshop, September 25, 2019.
"Is Eating Animals Wrong?", faculty-student dinner discussion with Josh Tepley (Philosophy), September 24, 2019.
"Justice Within the Workplace: The Power of Structures, not Persons" (Ethics in Governance), October 22, 2018. Video here.
"Nourishing a World in Nutritional Crisis," February 21, 2018
The 2018 Social Innovation Pitch Competition, January 27, 2018