Giving

CBHS Funding

The Center for Bioethics, Health and Society supports bioethics education, scholarship, and community engagement through a variety of programs. The CBHS Fund helps to make these activities possible. The CBHS Fund helps us to provide:

  • Student Enrichment & Support

    Enrich the student experience by supporting innovative programs, such as the Bioethics, Humanities & Medicine Interdisciplinary Minor and Dining Dilemmas, which encourage students interested in healthcare careers to explore ethical decision making in healthcare. The Fund also helps to support student travel to bioethics conferences. Wake Forest students have presented their bioethics research at regional and national conferences.

  • Workshops & Speakers

    Offer workshops and speakers to enhance the intellectual community at Wake Forest University.

  • Research

    Support interdisciplinary faculty and student research across the university.

  • Community and Policy Engagement

    Engage policy-makers and the community in exploring bioethics.

  • Bioethics and Play: Professor Richard Robeson

    Professor Robeson was a core faculty member of the Bioethics Graduate Program and Adjunct Professor of the Practice-Bioethics in the Department of Communication at Wake Forest University. In recognizing his commitment to our students, faculty, staff and the program, memorial gifts made in his honor will be used to support events, activities, faculty, students, visiting speakers, and other Center for Bioethics, Health and Society and Graduate Program expenses consonant with his work and interests: bioethics and social justice; bioethics and sports; the medical humanities; and music, dance, theater, and poetry that illuminate bioethics issues and promote critical reflection and discussion. We are grateful for your willingness to ensure that his influence on the program continues and thrives.

Every gift is important to us! No matter the size, the support of our friends and alumni is very important to us. Thank you for your endorsement.

In an effort to be fully transparent, donors should know that the University appropriates 12 percent of all gifts to cover the administrative costs associated with receiving and administering gifts. More information about this Associated Program Costs (APC) is available on the Financial Services site.

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Bioethics Graduate Program

The Bioethics Graduate Program equips graduates to practice, teach, or conduct research about bioethics – as integral to the work of health care, biotechnology, and the basic sciences.

Bioethics, Humanities & Medicine Minor

The interdisciplinary minor in Bioethics, Humanities and Medicine fosters students’ understanding of the ethical dimensions of science, health research and health care delivery – and more.

Center for Bioethics, Health & Society

Wake Forest University
B313 Tribble Hall
P.O. Box 7332
Winston-Salem, NC 27109

(336) 758-4256

bioethics@wfu.edu

Bioethics Graduate Program

Wake Forest University
PHS-525@Vine Building
3rd Floor, Suite 310
Medical Center Blvd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27157

 (336) 716-1499

zickmuvl@wfu.edu

Bioethics, Humanities & Medicine Minor

Wake Forest University
B313 Tribble Hall
P.O. Box 7332
Winston-Salem, NC 27109

(336) 758-4256

bioethics@wfu.edu