Climate Change, Ethics, and the Future of Work Webinar Series


In partnership with the CU Center for Bioethics & Humanities, we host an ongoing series discussing the intersections of climate change, ethics, and the future of work.

Upcoming webinars

Work & Play in a Pandemic Webinar Series


In partnership with the CU Center for Bioethics & Humanities, we hosted a series discussing many facets of the COVID-19 pandemic and its intersection with work and ethics. Topics included COVID-19 and collegiate athletes, at-risk minority workers, and OSHA regulations.

Past webinars

March 24, 2021

Moral Integrity and the COVID-Response Workforce

Many workers are feeling tired, overworked, and overwhelmed during the pandemic. Some in health care, public health, emergency response and other sectors have also faced difficult moral dilemmas over the last year. The panel will discuss how we can acknowledge the challenges and more forward, building a more resilient workforce in the wake of the pandemic.

January 13, 2021

Should Employers Require the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Now that COVID-19 vaccinations have received approval for emergency use, we will take time to discuss the intersection of public health, occupational health, labor law, and medical ethics to help employers and workers understand the issues and strategies for workplace vaccination policies.

November 11, 2020

Election Day is Over: What's Next for Worker Health and Safety?

As we emerge from election season, we discuss how politics and ethics intersect in the health and safety of workers in the continuing pandemic and the "next four years."

October 7, 2020

Pandemic Work: Rights of Vulnerable Workers

Workplaces are mired in financial and ethical dilemmas, as the safety of workers and the financial viability of businesses are impacted by the pandemic. This webinar explores the ethics of "essential workers" and the impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable workers.

September 9, 2020

Pandemic Play: Collegiate Athletes, Justice, and COVID-19
Collegiate athletics are mired in financial and ethical dilemmas, as the safety of athletes and the sustainability of programs are impacted by the pandemic.