The Ethicist's Corner

The Ethicist's Corner

The Ethicist's Corner is a podcast about ethics in everyday life. We speak with community leaders and people from diverse walks of life about the influences that shaped them and their careers, the role of ethics in their personal and professional lives, and their leadership experiences. The Ethicist's Corner is sponsored and produced by the Kegley Institue of Ethics at California State University, Bakersfield.... Show More

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February 16, 2021 34 min
In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner, we talk with Dr. Sharon Okonkwo-Homes and Dr. Kateena Addae-Konadu about their experiences as physicians and medical professionals, including their insights about bias related to race and gender in the health care system. This episode features a special guest interview from Brittany Johnson, a 2020-2021 KIE Student Fellow.
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner, we talk with Dr. Myisha Cherry, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at UC Riverside. Dr. Cherry is the author of the forthcoming book, The Case for Rage: On the Role of Anger in Anti-Racist Struggle (2021, Oxford University Press) and is a regular contributor to several public venues such as the Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, The Huffington Post, and more. . Intro Music: Opening Move b...
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner we talk with Councilman Andrae Gonzales, who, since 2016, has represented Downtown Bakersfield (Ward 2) on the Bakersfield City Council. Andrae is also the founder of four Kern County-based nonprofit organizations and collaboratives: Faith in Action Kern County (2006), Children First (2010), Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (2016), and the Hub of Bakersfield (2018), and serves as a Board memb...
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In this episode, we speak with Christian Picciolini, public speaker, peace advocate, and former violent extremist. Christian leads the Free Radicals Project, a global extremism prevention network and is the author of two books: White American Youth (a memoir that chronicles his involvement in and exit from the early American white-supremacist skinhead movement) and Breaking Hate: Confronting the New Culture of Extremism (published ...
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner, we talk with Dr. Mary Gentile (Professor of Practice at University of Virginia Darden School of Business and Senior Advisor at the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program) about ethics and Giving Voice to Values, an ethics education and leadership curriculum that has been piloted in over 1,240 business schools and organizations globally (including in the US, China, India, South Afr...
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner, we talk with Dr. Briana Toole (Department of Philosophy, Claremont McKenna College) about how our social identities (such as race and gender) influence what we are in a position to know (or not know) about our world and the experiences of others. We also discuss "Corrupt the Youth," a social-justice and philosophy-focused outreach program that serves youth in Los Angeles, Austin...
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner we talk with Dr. Bre Evans Santiago (CSUB Department of Teacher Education) and Lynna Ha (LGBTQ+ Resource Network) about the origins and significance of LGBTQ+ Pride Month as well as upcoming Pride events for campus and community members at California State University, Bakersfield. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Gues...
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner, we talk with the Kegley Institute of Ethics 2020-2021 Student Fellows: Brittany Johnson, Sergio Brito Solorzano, and Natalie Velasco. Each of these CSU Bakersfield students is working with the Institute to develop ethics-focused outreach projects for the CSUB campus and greater community. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Gue...
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner, we talk with Dr. Brady Heiner, Associate Professor of Philosophy (CSU Fullerton) and Chair of the CSU Project Rebound Consortium, and Romarilyn Ralston, Program Director of the CSU Fullerton Project Rebound Program, about mass incarceration in California and CSU Project Rebound, a program that makes higher education more accessible to formerly incarcerated persons and, also, that suppor...
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner - our first episode of Season 2! - we talk with Dr. Keisha Ray, Assistant Professor at the McGovern Medical School at University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas. Dr. Ray speaks with us about Black Bioethics, racial disparities in healthcare, and the need to attend to issues of systemic racism and bias as social determinants of health. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shan...
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner, Michael and Norma reflect on Season 1 of the pod, share highlights, and consider next steps and new developments for Season 2. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Outro Music by Allie Page Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Podcast Producer: Norma Hernandez
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In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner, we talk with Dr. Kallee McCullough, Assistant Director of the Kegley Institute of Ethics and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at CSU Bakersfield. Kallee speaks with us about criminal justice, procedural justice, and assisting the formerly incarcerated with transitioning from life in prison to free society. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Outro ...
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May 21, 2020 31 min
In this episode of The Ethicist's Corner, we talk with Dr. Bryan Cwik, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and University Studies at Portland State University. Bryan speaks with us about bioethics, gene editing, and respect for expertise in the COVID-19 era. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Outro Music by Allie Page Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Guest: Dr. Bryan Cwik Podcast Producer: Norma Herna...
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In this episode of The Ethicist’s Corner, we talk with David Womack, Senior Vice President of Kaiser Permanente in Kern County. David speaks about best practices for organizational leadership and facing the COVID-19 pandemic with his team. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Outro Music by Allie Page Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Guest: David Womack Podcast Producer: Norma Hernandez
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In this episode of The Ethicist’s Corner, we talk with actress, singer, and producer Ashley Blaine Featherson. She speaks about becoming a professional actor, race, and her motivation to support women of color through her art. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Outro Music by Allie Page Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Guest: Ashley Blaine Featherson Podcast Producer: Norma Hernandez
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In this episode of The Ethicist’s Corner, we talk with California State University, Bakersfield President, Dr. Lynnette Zelezny. Dr. Zelezny speaks on leading a university in the COVID-19 era and the leaders who inspire her. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Outro Music by Allie Page Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Guest: CSUB President, Dr. Lynnette Zelezny Podcast Producer: Norma Hernandez
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In this episode of The Ethicist’s Corner, we talk with Dr. Mary Barlow, Kern County Superintendent of Schools. She speaks on educational leadership and working with her team to address the needs of students, teachers, and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Outro Music by Allie Page Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Guest: Dr. Mary Barlow Podcast Producer: Norma Hernande...
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In this episode of The Ethicist’s Corner, we talk with Dr. Michelle Quiogue, a practicing Family Medicine physician at Kaiser Permanente in Bakersfield and former member of the KIE Board of Directors. Dr. Quiogue speaks with Dr. Michael Burroughs on the ethics of public health while working in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - http://www.silvermansound.com Outro Music by Allie Page Hos...
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In this episode, we interview CSUB students Samantha DeLaCruz and Alejandra "Olly" Lopez Beltran about ethics, student leadership, and diversity and inclusion at CSU Bakersfield. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Outro Music by Allie Page Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Guests: Samantha DeLaCruz and Alejandra "Olly" Lopez Podcast Producer: Norma Hernandez
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In this episode, we interviewed Reyna Olaguez, Executive Director of South Kern Sol, a CSUB Alum, and a 2020 KIE Wendy Wayne Ethics Honorable Mention Awardee. She tells us about her work in helping youth journalists find their voice and write stories that impact their communities. . Intro Music: Opening Move by Shane Ivers - www.silvermansound.com Outro Music by Allie Page Host: Dr. Michael Burroughs Guest: Reyna Olaguez Podcast Pr...
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