LSU Ethics Institute

News & Events

The LSU Ethics Institute is the center of research, teaching, and training in the domain of ethics and human values.


Monday October 23 at 3:30 pm in Hill Memorial Library. Speaker: Kevin McQueeney, A City Without Care: 300 Years of Racism, Health Disparities and Health Care Activism in New Orleans. Learn more about the Oct.23 Event.

Friday October 27 at 3:30 pm in Hill Memorial Library. Speaker: Kathryn Olivarius, Necropolis: Disease, Power and Capitalism in the Cotton Kingdom. Learn more about the Oct. 27 Event.

November 6 at 4:00 pm in French House Sternberg Salon, Ogden Honors College. Speaker: Dr. Adolph Reed, Jr. (U Penn emeritus), contributing editor for The New Republic and frequent contributor to The Progressive and The Nation. Learn more about the Nov. 6 Event

Current Events and Projects

LSU History Department and the LSU Ethics Institute Fall 2023 Lecture Series:

Race, History, and Medicine
Read the Lecture Series announcement.


Embedding Ethics in STEM @ LSU

Over the course of the 2022-2023 academic year, The Ethics Institute has been very actively engaged in convening a group of scholars from various disciplines on campus to produce operative tools to strengthen ethics pedagogy throughout the university. This work has included consultation and dialogue with Ethics consortiums from around the country.

Learn more about the project and the modules.


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