2016 Annual Meeting – Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum (closed)


Salt Lake City, Utah – October 6-8, 2016

  • Theme: Social Justice and Bioethics — the Rich, the Poor, and the Rest of Us
    – as well as papers on Ethics Across the Curriculum

More information about the 18th International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum is available at the SEAC Conference website.

  • Pre-Registration is closed: Registration after Sunday, September 25, 2016. must be done onsite
  • Hotel: Salt Lake Marriott Downtown at City Creek. (Phone: 801-531-0800)
  • Membership: While membership is not required to attend the conference, there is a discount for active members. If you would like to join SEAC for 2016 or renew your membership, you may do so onsite.
  • Cancellation Policy: No fees will be refunded for cancellations after September 25, 2016.

REGISTRATION Through September 25
select: Member rate $140
add: SEAC dues**
(if not currently active for 2016)
or select: Non-Member rate $200
accompanying Spouse rate $50

    **Membership term is January 2016-December 2016. Membership includes a print subscription to the society’s official journal, Teaching Ethics, volume 16 PLUS online access to all issues of:

  • Teaching Ethics, Volume 1 (2001) – present
  • Professional Ethics, Volume 1 (1992) – Volume 11 (2003)
  • Business and Professional Ethics, Volume 1 (1981) – present

— Friday Banquet
Sesame Salmon:
Baked salmon filet with sesame hoisin sauce, jasmine rice and seasonal vegetables
Lemongrass Chicken:
Chicken breast with sun-dried tomato and artichokes with lemongrass supreme sauce, garlic boursin cheese mashed potatoes and seasoned vegetables
Combination plate with steamed broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, mushrooms, baby corn, red pepper, and bamboo shoots, served with angel hair pasta and plum sauce
— Daily Luncheon
Saturday, October 8 – Fajita Station Buffet $20
(*Other luncheons are provided in registration: Fajita Station buffet lunch on October 6 and a Taco Station on October 7. A reception will be held October 7th. Coffee and breakfast rolls will be served daily. Cash bar will be available on October 6 & 7)

    Daily Keynote Speakers 9:00 a.m.:

  • Oct 6: “The Significance of Injustice for Bioethics”, Leslie Francis, JD, PhD
  • Oct 7: “Ethical Obligations and Designer Genes”, Mario Capecchi, Nobel Prize Laureate, PhD
  • Oct 8: “Ethics at the Edge of Science: Advances in cCRISPR”, Insoo Hyun, Professor of Bioethics
  • Oct 8: Luncheon Speaker – “Clinical Trials: The Possibility of Assent”, James Anderson, PhD

For more information contact us at 800-444-2419; 434-220-3300, or by e-mail at order [@] pdcnet.org.