News from the Institute
Peter Sandoe, professor of bioethics at the University of Copenhagen, will deliver the talk, "Reverence for Life vs. Animal Welfare: An Attempt to Situate Albert Schweitzer's Thinking in the Context of Modern Discussions Concerning Human Obligations to Animals," at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 29, in the Carl Hansen Student Center Piazza.
The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, features pieces submitted by Quinnipiac faculty, staff and students and is dedicated to the beauty and wonder of animals and the environment. It will be on display at the Albert Schweitzer Institute through Aug. 29.
The School of Nursing and Albert Schweitzer Institute, along with St. Vincent's Medical Center of Bridgeport, hosted the conference, "Stolen Lives: An Interprofessional Response to Human Trafficking," May 29-30 on the North Haven Campus.
The council is an international alliance of indigenous female elders that focuses on issues such as the environment, internationalism and human rights.
Steven Brill, author of the Time Magazine special report, "The Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us," was among the speakers taking part in the panel discussion, "Drowning in Health Care Costs: All Hands on Deck," on Monday, Oct. 28.
A multipurpose open-air pavilion in Joya de las Flores, Guatemala, was named after David Ives, the executive director of our Albert Schweitzer Institute, at a ceremony in July 2013.
Jonathan Spence, one of the world’s leading experts on Chinese civilization and Sterling professor emeritus in the history department at Yale University, drew a capacity crowd to the Mancheski Executive Seminar Room April 18. The keynote address was part of a symposium titled, “A Resurgent China in the 21st Century.”