• IUPUI Meet
    January 21 12:00am
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  • CLOSED
    January 21 12:00am
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  • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
    January 21 10:00am
    A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
  • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
    January 21 10:00am
    In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
  • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
    January 21 10:00am
    In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
Saturday, January 21, 2017
    IU Calendar




    • IUPUI Meet
      January 21 12:00am
      Swim meet more »
    • CLOSED
      January 21 12:00am
      Closed more »
    • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
      January 21 10:00am
      A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
    • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
      January 21 10:00am
      In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
    • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
      January 21 10:00am
      In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
    Saturday, January 21, 2017
      IU Calendar




      • IUPUI Meet
        January 21 12:00am
        Swim meet more »
      • CLOSED
        January 21 12:00am
        Closed more »
      • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
        January 21 10:00am
        A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
      • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
        January 21 10:00am
        In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
      • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
        January 21 10:00am
        In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
      Saturday, January 21, 2017
        IU Calendar




        • IUPUI Meet
          January 21 12:00am
          Swim meet more »
        • CLOSED
          January 21 12:00am
          Closed more »
        • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
          January 21 10:00am
          A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
        • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
          January 21 10:00am
          In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
        • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
          January 21 10:00am
          In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
        Saturday, January 21, 2017

          About This Event

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          McDonald Merrill Ketcham Lecture/Award

          Speaker: Karen H. Rothenberg, Marjorie Cook Professor of Law, University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law

          Contact: centerlh@iupui.edu

          This year's McDonald Merrill Ketcham Lecture and Award: "Setting the Stage: Enhancing Understanding of Bioethical Challenges with Theater," will be presented by Karen H. Rothenberg, Marjorie Cook Professor of Law, University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law. The Award Lecture on February 7 will be followed by a panel discussion of experts in bioethics, theater, and medical humanities. 1.0 hour of Indiana CLE credit.

          Note: There will also be Grand Rounds at the IU School of Medicine on February 8 (see info at bottom of page).

          About the Keynote Speaker:

          Professor Karen H. RothenbergKaren H. Rothenberg, J.D., M.P.A., is the Marjorie Cook Professor of Law, founding Director of the Law & Health Care Program, and served as Dean of the University of Maryland School of Law from 1999-2009.

          In 2012, Professor Rothenberg was appointed as Senior Advisor to the Director on Genomics & Society, National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of Health (NHGRI/NIH), having served last academic year as Special Advisor to the NHGRI Director. Since the 2011-2012 academic year she has also been a Visiting Scholar, Department of Bioethics, NIH’s Clinical Center.

          In addition to her work on a variety of genetic policy issues, her current research includes studying the use of theatre as an innovative tool to identify and encourage discussion of the unique ethical, legal and social issues posed by emerging technologies in health care. During 2009-2010, she was a Scholar-in-Residence at Columbia Law School and a Senior Sabbatical Fellow at its Center for the Study of Law and Culture. She is also Visiting Professor at the Berman Institute of Bioethics at Johns Hopkins University.

          Professor Rothenberg is a leading national expert on legal issues in health care. Over the last two decades she has focused her research primarily on the ethical, legal and social implications of genetic testing and research, including the legislative approaches to genetic information in the health insurance and employment context, the impact of genetic research on racial and ethnic populations and women’s health care, and the use of genetic information in the courtroom. Professor Rothenberg is co-editor of the book Women and Prenatal Testing: Facing the Challenges of Genetic Technology and co-author of five articles on genetics and public policy that have been published in the journal Science, the most recent of which is “Judging Genes: When Should Judges Admit or Compel Genetic Tests?” Her other numerous publications cover diverse research interests including the role of gender in health care, AIDS, research ethics, the right to forego treatment, emergency care, and new reproductive technologies. She has testifi ed before federal and state legislatures on a wide range of issues, including the U.S. House of Representatives’ Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.

          Professor Rothenberg has served on the Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission since itsinception in 2006 (Chair from 2008-2010) and Co-Chaired the 2009 World Stem Cell Summit. She is a past president of the American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics and former co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics. During sabbaticals and IPA leaves from the law school, she has worked at the NIH in the Office of Research on Women’s Health, the National Institute for Child Health & Human Development (NICHD) and NHGRI. She has served on the NICHD Institutional Review Board and has been a member of the NIH Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee, the National Action Plan for Breast Cancer, and numerous NIH panels on prenatal care, the recruitment and retention of women in clinical studies, and the ethical, legal and social implications of genetics.

          She received both a B.A., magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from Princeton University and an M.P.A. from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She earned a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law where she was a member of the Order of the Coif.

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          • IUPUI Meet
            January 21 12:00am
            Swim meet more »
          • CLOSED
            January 21 12:00am
            Closed more »
          • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
            January 21 10:00am
            A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
          • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
            January 21 10:00am
            In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
          • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
            January 21 10:00am
            In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
          Saturday, January 21, 2017