News & Events
This year, we were excited to honor our student award winners with a ceremony at the French House.
Please join the Ethics Institute on Tuesday, February 15th for a film screening and discussion of the documentary "Boys State."
The LSU Ethics Institute will screen the documentary Untouchable on Tuesday, November 9th from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. The screening and discussion will be held both in person in Coates 143 and over Zoom.
Our spring summit will address Institutional Courage. Join us for a panel of LSU faculty members, a Q&A, and keynote by Dr. Jennifer Freyd.
Please join the LSU Ethics Institute for a roundtable discussion from Thomas Adams and Sue Mobley on "Reconsecrating Urban Space: Lessons from Renaming New Orleans Streets."
On Thursday, March 11th, join the Ethics Institute for a lecture by Dr. C. Thi Nguyen, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Utah.
The LSU Ethics Institute invites you to a screening of the documentary film "Mossville: When Great Trees Fall."
Dr. Jennifer Lackey of Northwestern University will be presenting two talks on Education, Incarceration, and Reform, sponsored by the LSU Ethics Institute.
A short recap of the Ethics Institute's latest event, a screening of "College Behind Bars."
Event Description: College Behind Bars raises a number of ethical questions about both higher education and incarceration in the United States. Who in the United States has access to educational opportunity and higher education? In what ways is the answer to this question connected to mass incarceration in the United States? Is public resistance to state funded higher education for incarcerated people justified? What is the purpose of prisons? If the United States prison system is meant to be a "corrections" system, what role ought "rehabilitation" play in that system? What is rehabilitation, and what role can or should higher education play in it?