The 2017 ELSI program will run on the Haverford campus from Sunday, May 14— Friday, May 26, 2017. Participants are required to live on campus and attend all program activities.
Each track will accommodate up to 12 participants. Participants may apply to one or either track. The tracks will run concurrently, sharing some expert speakers and trainers, as well as other activities.
Ethical Leadership in Business and the Professions, led by Visiting Professor Neal Grabell '77
Neal Grabell '77 is a Visiting Professor of Independent College Programs at Haverford College, teaching courses in financial and managerial accounting, corporate finance, and ethical leadership in business and the professions. He is also Of Counsel in the Business and Finance Practice at the law firm Saul Ewing LLP in Philadelphia. Previously, he was Executive Vice President and General Counsel for QVC, Inc. Neal has lectured on corporate and securities law at the Practicing Law Institute in New York, at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, and other continuing legal education forums. Neal received a BA from Haverford and JD from Georgetown University Law Center.
Contemporary Issues in Medical Ethics, led by Dr. Ruth Guyer BMC '67
Ruth Guyer BMC '67 is an American writer and commentator whose interests include medical ethics, environmental ethics, social justice, infectious diseases, narrative medicine, and public health. She has published two books (Baby at Risk: The Uncertain Legacies of Medical Miracles for Babies, Families and Society in 2006; and A Life Interrupted: The Long Night of Marjorie Day in 2012), and her essays, articles, and commentaries have appeared widely, including on NPR’s All Things Considered. Ruth has taught courses in bioethics, medical ethics, infectious diseases, and other topics to students and professionals at Haverford College, Johns Hopkins University, University of California Los Angeles, and National Institutes of Health. She received a BA from Bryn Mawr College and Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.