“Keeping It Clean: How to be Politically Active without Violating the State’s  Corruption Statutes”

Chris Wilson

Chief of Staff the NDSU’s President

12:00-1:00pm, 13 September 2018 in the Memorial Union’s Room of Nations. 


North Dakota State University and Concordia College Philosophy Conference Saturday, September 15, 2018, Minard Hall, NDSU

8:30-9:00am: Registration, Minard Hall, Room 424/Sociology Conference Room. Coffee and rolls will be provided.
Schedule of Talks (All talks located in Minard Hall, Room 310)
9:00-9:50am: Donald J. Bungum, University of Mary: “Scientific Reasons and Preemptive Reasons”
10:00-10:50am: George Connell, Concordia College: “Levinas and Homelessness: Physical and Psychological Interiority as Fundamental to Human Existence”
11:00-11:50am: Bob Wadholm, Trinity Bible College & Graduate School: “Homesteading the Noosphere: The Ethics of Information Ownership and Development of Biological Entities”
12:00-12:50pm: Lunch (provided for Conference Speakers—food available within easy walking distance to Minard Hall for students)
1:00-1:50pm: Daniel John Sportiello, University of Mary: “Monumental Questions”
2:00-2:50pm: Richard Gilmore, Concordia College: “Postmodern Emerson: How the Non-Duped Can Avoid Erring”
3:00-3:50pm: Dennis R. Cooley, North Dakota State University: “The Socio-Biotic Community Model versus the Rational, Political, and Caring Organizational Models”
Please park in the T-2 lot just west of Minard Hall. Parking is free on the weekends. Unfortunately, the west-side door to Minard will be locked. Please go around the building to the east/front side and use the main doors. Proceed via stairs or elevator to the fourth floor. Room 424 is just past the restrooms, right from the elevator/left from the stairs.


State senator to present NDSU seminar November 21st

NDSU’s Northern Plains Ethics Institute is set to host State Sen. Tim Mathern at the next Science, Religion and Lunch Seminar, scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 21, at noon in the Memorial Union’s Arikara room.

The discussion, titled “Let’s Talk about Politics and Religion at Thanksgiving Dinner,” will focus on the juncture of politics and religion using Mathern’s personal experience as a legislator and Roman Catholic.


Controversies in Bioethics (CFP) 2018

Lehigh University, the Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU, and International Academy of Medical Ethics and Public Health, invite you to submit abstracts for the Controversies in Bioethics Seminar. The seminar will focus on new or perennial controversies in bioethics that help us better understand particular subject areas and the values and principles underlying bioethics as a whole. Continue reading for submission guidelines


Anne Blankenship is to Present a Paper at the Massachusetts Historical Society Seminar

The Massachusetts Historical Society has invited Anne M. Blankenship, Associate Director of the NPEI, to present her paper “Interreligious Responses to the Settlement House Movement, 1880-1924” at their Modern American Society and Culture Seminar on April 25th, 2017.


Anne Blankenship Gives Talks on her Book

Anne M. Blankenship, Associate Director of the NPEI, delivered the talk “Faith and Injustice: Religious Responses to the WWII Japanese American Incarceration” as part of the University of North Dakota’s International Speaker Series on April 12th, 2017. She also spoke at North Dakota State University and Minnesota State, Moorhead about her new book, Christianity, Social Justice, and the WWII Japanese American Incarceration, in November 2016.


Panel Discussion on Fake News

The video of this panel discussion is now available under past events.


2016 Northern Plains Ethics Journal

The fourth edition of the Northern Plains Ethics Journal is now available on-line. Please visit http://www.northernplainsethicsjournal.com/current%20issue/
 to read the 2016 journal edition. Please feel free to leave a comment about the journal or the articles of your choice