Our Topics


FASPE draws on its unique historical context for the study of ethics in the professions today to participate in the non-partisan public discourse on ethical issues that touch the professions.

FASPE speaks—in publications, panel discussions and other forums and media—through its staff, its faculty and its fellows. In addition, FASPE seeks to identify third-party writings and public commentary that are timely and relevant. Our Topics represents a continuing flow of articles and discussions that we believe are relevant and of particular interest.

We invite commentary and thoughts from all readers. Please send your thoughts to:

Thorin Tritter
Executive Director
ttritter@faspe-ethics.org


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Apply now: fully-funded early summer journalism ethics prg for grad students and working journalists early in their career. Deadline Jan 4. Learn about journalists during WWII and consider lessons for journalists today. #FASPE https://t.co/ekLmYsr68u

Apply now: fully-funded early summer journalism ethics prg for grad students and working journalists early in their career. Deadline Jan 4. Learn about journalists during WWII and consider lessons for journalists today. #FASPE https://t.co/ekLmYsr68u

It's the worst year on record for jailing journalists -- 262 are imprisoned around the world. @columbiajourn students will write messages of support to several of them tomorrow and Friday. #FreeThePress @pressfreedom #CJSGlobal

New Dimensions in Testimony℠, created by the @USCShoahFdn , is a lasting link for future generations to connect with Holocaust survivors. We encourage parents & teachers to visit #MJH and bring their children and students. #StoriesSurvive

New Dimensions in Testimony℠, created by the @USCShoahFdn , is a lasting link for future generations to connect with Holocaust survivors. We encourage parents & teachers to visit #MJH and bring their children and students. #StoriesSurvive
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