Advance Your Career in Bioethics and Humanities
Professional Development at the ASBH Annual Meeting
If you are a student, starting your career, or looking for a new opportunity in the field, you won't want to miss the ASBH Annual Meeting, which occurs in October and rotates among cities across the U.S. At this meeting you can network with the leaders in the field and choose from over 400 papers, panels, and workshop sessions. ASBH offers significant discounts on conference registration for students.
Meet the Professor
Students and young scholars are invited to meet in small groups with distinguished faculty to discuss their common interests and learn more about the field. Meet the Professor sessions are organized early in the conference so that you'll have occasions throughout the meeting to confer with professors and colleagues. Applications for 2020 are now closed.
Meet the Board of Directors
Students and new members are invited to a reception to meet and mingle with members of the board of directors, past presidents, and leaders in the field. Don't miss this chance to make a connection that may change your life.
The Career Path in the exhibit hall at the annual meeting will lead you to many of the most prestigious bioethics and humanities programs in the country. There you will meet representatives of schools that are recruiting students and faculty, learn about opportunities in the field, and consult with knowledgeable colleagues about how to advance your career. Follow the Career Path to see what exciting possibilities lie in your future. You can't afford to miss it!
Early Career Advisor Program
The ASBH Early Career Advisor Program (ECAP) gives individuals early in their careers in bioethics or the humanities the opportunity to discuss a paper or project with more experienced members of ASBH during the annual meeting. The expectation is that this discussion will assist early career members of ASBH to advance toward publication of a paper or completion of a project that is significant for their career. The 2020 Early Career Advisor Program is now closed. Please check back in 2021 for more information.
Student Paper Award
Students who are actively pursuing but have not yet achieved an advanced degree (MD, PhD, JD or equivalent) may submit papers of no more than 3,500 words in length for consideration for the prestigious ASBH Student Paper Award. All submissions are assessed anonymously. Previous winners are not eligible for consideration. 2020 Student Paper Award submissions are now closed. Please check back in 2021 for more information.
ASBH members may use the Request for Meeting Endorsement Form to request endorsement by the ASBH Board of Directors.
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