Professor, University of Texas at Austin School of Law
Jeffrey Abramson is Professor of Law and Government and teaches in the areas of constitutional law, civil liberties, the jury, and political theory. He is the author of We, the Jury: the Jury System and the Ideal of Democracy (Harvard 2000) as well as numerous law review articles.
Amit received her Ph.D. from Tel Aviv University in 2009. Subsequently she worked with Prof. Yaacov Trope at New York University, and did a postdoc at the Psychology Department at Harvard University, working with Prof. Joshua Greene.
Professor of Philosophy, Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, Michigan State University
Professor Andre's research interests center on virtue theory, particularly in bioethics, and on the limits of the market B again, particularly as that affects health and health care. Bioethics as Practice (2002) examines the field as a lived, evolving form of professional life, characterized by complex goals and specific temptations.
Director, Edmond J. Safra Undergraduate Fellowship program; Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values, Harvard Kennedy School
Arthur Isak Applbaum is Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values at Harvard Kennedy School. He directed the graduate fellowship program from 1990 to 2009 and was acting director of the Center in 2004-2005 and 2007-2009.
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Brown University
Nomy Arpaly's areas of study and teaching include ethics, moral psychology, action theory, and metaethics. She received her Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1998, and has had Assistant Professorships of Philosophy at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Rice University.
Lecturer in Moral Philosophy, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
Elizabeth Ashford is a lecturer in Moral Philosophy at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, having joined the department in 2001. She received her MA at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and her BA and PhD at Oxford University.
Atanasov is a doctoral candidate in Psychology, Judgment and Decision Making at the University of Pennsylvania. His dissertation examines risk preferences in choices for self and others, using economic games and a large-scale physician survey.
Kirsten Austad is an MD candidate in the class of 2013 at Harvard Medical School. She received a BS in Medical Microbiology & Immunology and English Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2007.
Avetisyan worked as an Assistant Professor at the Chair of Developmental and Applied Psychology of the Armenian State Pedagogical University, Yerevan, Armenia, before taking maternity leave in 2010. From 2011-2012, she conducted a study on the "Relations between Education and Moral Judgment Competence of Police Officers and its Impact on Police Misconduct" as a Leverhulme Trust Visiting Fellow at Canterbury Christ Church University.