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Former Fellow, Richard W. Painter, with Laurence H. Tribe, Norman L. Eisen & Joshua Matz in The Atlantic on "Trump's Ethics Train Wreck"

January 18, 2017

Former Fellow, Richard W. Painter, Laurence H. Tribe, Norman L. Eisen, and Joshua Matz in The Atlantic today give a point-by-point rebuttal of Trump's lawyers' plans to address conflicts of interest: "The president-elect’s lawyers have explained why they don’t think he’ll violate the Constitution’s foreign emoluments clause—but their arguments fall apart under closer scrutiny."

Former Fellow, Susannah Rose, in JAMA Internal Medicine on Advocacy Organizations, Industry Funding, and Conflicts of Interest

January 17, 2017

In research just published in the January 17 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Internal Medicine, a team of researchers led by Cleveland Clinic Bioethicist Susannah Rose, Ph.D., found that 67 percent receive funding from for-profit companies, with 12 percent receiving over half of their funding from industry. Read full article here.

Fellow-in-Residence, Gabrielle Adams, in Social and Personality Psychology Compass on the discrepancies in perspectives in interpersonal transgressions

January 9, 2017

Gabrielle Adams, current Fellow-in-Residence and Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School writes in the December 2016 issue of Social and Personality Psychology Compass: "When interpersonal transgressions occur, the involved parties try to understand what occurred and how justice should be restored. However, research has documented that victims and transgressors often diverge in their accounts of what transpired.

Undergraduate Fellow, Nancy Ko, Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

November 21, 2016

On Saturday, November 19, Elliot F. Gerson, American Secretary of the Rhodes Trust, announced the names of the thirty-two American men and women chosen as Rhodes Scholars representing the United States. Rhodes Scholarships provide all expenses for two or three years of study at the University of Oxford in England and may allow funding in some instances for four years.