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Christopher Robichaud's Leadership Simulation: Patient Zero wins International Serious Play Gold Award

July 16, 2021

Leadership Simulation: Patient Zero won the International Serious Play Gold Award! Serious Play recognizes outstanding game-based learning in higher education, uniting creators across education, healthcare, government, and military sectors accelerating the field of game-based learning. 

Author, Christopher Robichaud, is the Director of Pedagogical Innovation and a Senior Lecturer in Ethics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

Patient Zero models the tensions and tradeoffs required for...

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New Article from Frances M. Kamm in the Philosophers' Magazine

June 4, 2021

Long-time Center affiliate and Professor, Frances M. Kamm, has a new essay in The Philosopher's Magazine. The article, "Harms, Wrongs, and Meaning in a Pandemic," compares deaths from COVID-19 to those from U.S. wars in the twentieth century while examining the varying degress of harm done to those who have died. You can read the essay ...

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Undergraduate Fellows Jill Sharples and Clarke Patrone Featured in the Harvard Gazette

May 26, 2021

Undergraduate Fellows, Jill Sharples and Clarke Patrone, are featured in a Harvard Gazette article about the ROTC. Both Jill and Clarke will be commissioned into the U.S. Army this week upon their graduation from Harvard College. We congratulate them both and thank them for their service. 

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Independent Task Force Publishes Resources to Support Schools and Districts with Implementing CDC Guidance and Getting Students Back to In-Person Learning

April 28, 2021

An independent task force published resources today to support schools and districts in implementing CDC guidance and getting students and staff safely back for in-person learning. The resources, which come as schools across the country are reopening or preparing for reopening in the fall, are designed to help integrate effective infection prevention and control measures in schools, which can keep transmission of COVID-19 near zero, even with community spread...

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