In partnership with the CU Center for Bioethics & Humanities, we are hosting an on-going series discussing many facets of the COVID-19 pandemic and its intersection with work and ethics. Previous topics have included COVID-19 and collegiate athletes, at-risk minority workers, and OSHA regulations.

Upcoming webinars


Past webinars


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.

    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.

    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."