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Jun 14 2021 | Diana Aguilera
Marilyn Zhang strongly believes in living a life of compassion toward others. Following this belief, she combined her passion for philosophy and computer science to grapple with a pressing problem: algorithmic fairness. In her Ethics in Society Honors thesis, she explores fairness in pretrial risk...
Jun 14 2021 | Diana Aguilera
Gülin Ustabas does not shy away from a challenge. As a junior, she took on international criminal law in her Ethics in Society Honors thesis and proposed a new, more ideal framework of global criminal justice. While at the Farm, she served as the co-director of international student advocacy for...
Jun 14 2021 | Diana Aguilera
Every year, nearly twenty million Americans suffer from a substance use disorder. As part of her Ethics in Society Honors thesis, Ayelet Drazen set out to investigate the realities behind this rising issue. She spoke with individuals who shared intimate experiences with drug addiction and then...
May 17 2021 | Diana Aguilera
Throughout the years, Anne Newman has witnessed firsthand the vibrant intellectual community of political theorists and philosophers at Stanford. Newman, the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society’s Research Director, along with Faculty Director Rob Reich, had a strong desire to expand this...
Apr 15 2021 | Malaysia Atwater
ProPublica reporter and author Alec MacGillis said that regional inequality is a fight with no true winners during a talk about his latest book, “Fulfillment: Winning and Losing in One-Click America.”

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