Press

Press Featured Press The NY Times on FASPE and Lessons from the Holocaust April 12, 2018 2018 Medical Fellow Joshua Rager on His FASPE Experience July 20, 2018 2018 Seminary…

2019 Journal Professional Evolution

…Barnett MW. Women practicing law: Changes in attitudes, changes in platitudes. Fla L Rev. 1990;42:209. 14. Sklar DP. Women in Medicine: Enormous Progress, Stubborn Challenges. Acad Med. 2016;91(8):1033-5. 15. Farber…

2019 Journal First-Year Associate

…outside on 10/24 at 11:45pm. see you all there. what: taylor’s 25th birthday when: 11:45pm on 10/24 where: GoldBar ____________________________ From: Taylor S <taylors@newmail.com>To: Professor Perry <aperry@bbls.edu>[Subject] Thanks again11:08pm, October…

2019 Journal Ethnographic Expedition

…don’t want to participate. As positive reviews for She Said started to roll in, anotherbook from Times reporters—The Education of Brett Kavanaugh—made the news. The book takes a close look…

2022 Fellows (2)

…travelled, wrote a few magazine articles, and dabbled in the film industry. In 2017, he joined Quartz’s business side as a multimedia editor. In 2020, he joined The Times. Regin…

2019 Journal Courts Investigate Media

2018, 25 days before the U.S. midterm elections, some 160 Hondurans left the town of San Pedro Sula—fleeing gang violence, conflict, poverty, and hunger—to seek asylum in the United States….

Shannon Prince New Book

Law Fellow Shannon Prince’s New Book Tactics for Racial Justice: Building an Antiracist Organization and Community Prince’s book takes us the next step, beyond How to Be an Antiracist by…

In Profile: Alexandra Levine

In Profile: Alexandra Levine A Journalism Fellow’s Take-Aways from FASPE by Talia Bloch Alexandra Levine is a reporter for the New York Today column at The New York Times. Earl…

A Journalism Fellow’s Take-Aways from FASPE

Shortly after returning from FASPE, Alexandra Levine, a 2015 Journalism Fellow, was assigned to one of the most difficult reporting experiences she said she has ever had. At the time

In Profile: Hasenin Al-khersan

…moved to the U.S. He was around 11 at the time and continued doing so for a number of years. “Seeing the impact that her physician had on her quality…

2020 Alumni Reunion

…Lounge 8:00pm – 9:00pm Discussion with Tom Terp, 12th Floor Lounge Sunday, March 8: Concluding Events 10:30am – 11:00am Breakfast, 12th Floor Lounge 11:00am – 1:15pm Reading of The Album,…

Past Honorees

…the U.S. National Institutes of Health, where he oversees an extensive research portfolio focused on infectious and immune-mediated diseases. As the long-time chief of the NIAID Laboratory of Immunoregulation, Dr….

2019 Journal Written Upon the Hearts

…16–17 (1994). 4. See, e.g., John W. Brabner Smith, Hitler Hated Lawyers: A Story of Resistance to Tyranny, 43 Am.Bar Ass’n J. 1105, 1105 (1957) (“Hitler hated lawyers as he…

2019 Journal China Internment

…He believes his father’s status as a Uyghur intellectual landed him in a detention camp after an arbitrary arrest in February 2018. His mother, still in Xinjiang, has blocked all…

2019 Journal Teaching Obedience

…on Social Darwinism, Racial Hygiene, and the Holocaust. Annals of Internal Medicine, 129: 891-898. 12. Kater M.H. (1979). Hitlerjugend und Schule im Dritten Reich. Historische Zeitschrift, 228: 609-10. 13. Robert…

2018 Gala

2018 AWARDS FOR ETHICAL LEADERSHIP MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2018 ESPACE | 635 W. 42ND STREET | NYC 6:30 COCKTAILS & DINNER 8:00 PROGRAM, DESSERT & COFFEE Business Attire HONORING  …

Eligibility Details 2019

…applicants must fit into one of three categories: 1) be enrolled in an MD or DO program (or equivalent) at the time of their application; 2) have an MD or…

FAQs

…program, Fellows are sent a packet of materials that includes the required reading assignments: articles, original source documents and book excerpts. FASPE also provides books for recommended background reading. All…