Carnegie Mellon University
Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Students to City Council: Use Self-Driving Vehicles to Help Underserved Communities

Last semester, eight seniors—Ian Asenjo, Cameron Dively, Margaret Edwards, Zachary Ettensohn, Jeremy Goldstein, Gaurav Gupte, Alison Hoffman and David Matvey—offered Pittsburgh City Council a report on autonomous vehicle and transportation equity in Pittsburgh. The presentation concluded their capstone project for the Ethics, History and Public Policy (EHPP) major under the supervision of Danielle Wenner, assistant professor of philosophy and associate director of the Center for Ethics and Policy.
Thursday, October 12, 2017

Eight Dietrich College Seniors Named Andrew Carnegie Society Scholars

Ethics, History and Public Policy additional major Ian Asenjo was named to the Andrew Carnegie Society (ACS) Scholars Class of 2018. Ian is one of eight Dietrich College students in this year’s class.
Monday, July 03, 2017

Alex John London Receives Clara L. West Professorship in Ethics and Philosophy

Carnegie Mellon University’s Alex John London has been appointed the Clara L. West Professor of Ethics and Philosophy. A prominent ethicist who is frequently called upon to address critical problems nationally and internationally, London researches foundational ethical issues in human-subjects research, issues of social justice, the ethics of autonomous technologies and methodological questions in theoretical and applied ethics.
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