We are an interdisciplinary “think and do” tank committed to promoting moral reflection and commitment, conducting interdisciplinary research, and shaping policy and practice. At Duke we serve as a central node for analysis, debate, and engagement on ethical issues at and beyond the university. We currently feature work on global migration, human rights, regulatory policy, moral attitudes and decision-making, and religions and public life.
- Durham native Virginia Dillon embarks on journey to Nepal for internship
- Professor Kieran Healy uses historical figures to show how big data is analyzed
- Summer Fellows tackle the American-Korean culture of adoption, Greenland’s rights and resources
- Embarking KIE students to keep reflection journals through the summer
- KIE announces Kenan Graduate Arts Fellowship
- Project Change, Aug. 12-19
KIE’s pre-orientation program for incoming first year students exploring social issues in the Durham community.
- Welcome Back Cookout, Aug. 29
KIE faculty, students and staff will be kicking off a new year outside the West Duke Building.
- DNA, Human Rights & Human Trafficking, Sep. 13
A workshop on the role of DNA in human trafficking victim identification and DNA collection of victims.