Request Meeting Endorsement
ASBH members may use the Request for Meeting Endorsement Form to request endorsement by the ASBH Board of Directors.
National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference (NUBC)
Call for Proposals
The National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference (NUBC) and National Bioethics Bowl are annual events that bring together students and speakers from across the country to celebrate undergraduate research and welcome a new generation of students into the field of bioethics. These events are planned and organized by students with faculty support.
Proposals to host the next NUBC and Bioethics Bowl in Spring 2017 are invited from undergraduate, MA, and PhD programs. Innovative program designs are encouraged. For example, schools may propose to offer keynote and luncheon speakers with the expectation that most participants will be focused on the Bioethics Bowl. Traditional approaches to these events are also welcome. Historically the NUBC and Bioethics Bowl have run concurrently over two days. NUBC events have featured guest speakers, student debates, student essay contests, art exhibits, and film screenings on issues of current interest within the field of bioethics.
If approved, ASBH will provide $1500 in support, a link from the ASBH website to the host school's event page, and other assistance as requested in promoting the meeting to ASBH members. The host school is responsible for all aspects of event planning and coordination including selecting and inviting speakers, marketing, and on-site logistics. After the event, the host school is expected to share the registration list and contact information with ASBH.
Past Host Schools
Case Western Reserve University (2016), Florida State University (2015), Loyola University of Chicago (2014), Georgetown University (2013), University of Denver (2012), Duke University (2011), University of Puget Sound (2010), Harvard University (2009), Union College (2008), Michigan State University (2007), Notre Dame (2006), University of Pennsylvania (2005), University of Michigan (2004), Texas A & M (2003), Boston University (2002), Emory (2001), Notre Dame (2000), University of Virginia (1999), and Princeton (1998)