Emily Bachar ’22 looks at criminalization of mental illness in the United States as a pervasive and tragic problem that is both a symptom and a cause of broken criminal justice and health care systems.
Anna Demopulos ’22 asks, "How are female patients with autism assessed by physicians for capacity in medical decision-making regarding sexual and reproductive healthcare?"
Grace Evans ’22 inspires leaders in education to commit to reparatory justice with a short, easy to read, actionable, guide.
Keren Goor ’23 reminds us that "Social Media is fire, you can create something or you can burn something."
Betty Hou ’22 explores artificial intelligence as a technology designed to replicate, augment, or replace human intelligence.
Morayo Kamson ’22 provides spatial analysis covering urban agriculture in the Bay Area.
Sydney Lenoch ’22 shifts the idea of cancel culture as a theoretical moral panic to an effective strategy for retribution and changed behavior.
Yvette Leung ’22 advocates for companies to target ‘materiality’ issues, go carbon neutral, and creating strong sustainability plans.
Brooke Rose ’22 takes a deeper look at the disconnect between business, people and planet.
Emma Samuel ’22 helps students on-campus understand the process for making ethical decisions.
Jackson Stanich ’22 explores the prominence of online cheating by SCU students during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Timothy Troglia ’22, a business ethics intern working in ethics and compliance at Adobe.
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