On Saturday, October 26, the Department of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies hosted EKU’s first Bioethics Bowl. The Bioethics Bowl is a debate-style team competition focusing on ethical issues in the practice of medicine and/or biomedical research. The following questions were debated in the EKU Bioethics Bowl: Should alcoholics get liver transplants?
On Saturday, October 26, the History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies Department will host the EKU Bioethics Bowl. The Bioethics Bowl is a debate-style team competition that focuses on ethical issues in the practice of medicine and/or biomedical research.
Two graduates from EKU’s Philosophy, B.A. program will return to campus to discuss the impact that their study of philosophy at EKU has had on their personal and professional lives on Tuesday, April 9.
Author and EKU alum Jabril Goodner revisits the school that fueled his passions. Join Jabril for a very special lecture that is sure to inspire you in the next direction of your career. Finally learn how to manifest success and fulfill your great purpose in life.
Rebecca Goldstein will deliver the annual Ron Messerich Distinguished Lecture in Philosophy & Religion on Wednesday, October 11, at 7:30 p.m. in O'Donnell Hall in the Whitlock Building. This event is co-sponsored by the Chautauqua Lecture Series.
On Saturday, April 1, 2017, the EKU Department of Philosophy & Religion will host the annual meeting of the Kentucky Philosophical Association. The keynote speaker will be Danielle Poe of the University of Dayton.
In a talk entitled, "True Success: The Art of Achievement in Times of Change," Tom Morris will present wisdom from the great philosophers on life and work success. Morris has authored numerous books and is widely recognized as an engaging speaker on the value of philosophy in everday life and work.