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What happens when the disciplines of ethics, science, and technology come together under one roof? That’s exactly
what Viterbo University is discovering with its new Center for Ethics, Science, and Technology, which opens this fall. Learn more about the merger of these three exciting fields from Richard Kyte, director of the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership; Mary Hassinger, dean of the School of Letters and Sciences; and Mark Franz ’84, director of Instructional and Information Technology.
When Viterbo University was seeking a speaker to kick off the new Center for Ethics, Science, and Technology, it was pleased to find an expert in the field among its alumni. Judith Andre ’67 is a professor at Michigan State University and author of the recently published book Bioethics as Practice. Andre returns to campus Oct. 6 to talk about the benefits of the unique combination of disciplines in Viterbo’s newest building. In this interview, she shares some of her thoughts on the subject.