The American College of Legal Medicine has presented awards for three outstanding original papers written by law or health profession students on topics in bioethics. In addition, the ACLM paid the costs of travel and lodging for the winner of the 1st prize to present their paper at the last ACLM Annual Meeting, March 5, 2005, in San Diego California. Check out the contest website to see if a new brochure is posted for 2005-6 (it was not yet up as of the beginning of August).
Assuming that the contest is repeated for 2005-6, MSU Center for Ethics and Humanities (CEHLS) faculty will make themselves available to those MSU students planning to submit a paper for this competition. Interested students should contact Libby Bogdan-Lovis by email and based on the designated paper topic, she will then refer the student to the appropriate CEHLS faculty person.