BFS faculty member Dr. Jennifer Prah Ruger named Hastings Center Fellow
Dr. Jennifer Prah Ruger of the School of Social Policy & Practice has been named Hastings Center Fellows for deepening public understanding of complex ethical issues in health, health care, science, and technology. She is one of 14 new Hastings Center Fellows joining an elected group of more than 200 that produce publications on ethical issues in health, science, and technology that inform policy, practice, and public understanding of bioethics. These individuals are chosen for insight and experience in managing the ethical questions and societal effects that arise as a consequence of advances in the life sciences, the need to improve health and health care for people of all ages, and mitigation of human impact on the natural world. Read more about Dr. Prah Ruger in the Penn Almanac.