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

SEAC


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)
$50
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

Meals
— Friday Banquet
Sesame Salmon:
Baked salmon filet with sesame hoisin sauce, jasmine rice and seasonal vegetables
$50
Lemongrass Chicken:
Chicken breast with sun-dried tomato and artichokes with lemongrass supreme sauce, garlic boursin cheese mashed potatoes and seasoned vegetables
$50
Vegetarian:
Combination plate with steamed broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, mushrooms, baby corn, red pepper, and bamboo shoots, served with angel hair pasta and plum sauce
$50
— 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

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