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Opportunities to engage in the complexity of bioethics and humanities in an ever-changing world

Director’s Fund​ – Provide support to fund the Center’s most important priorities.

Arts and Humanities Fund​ – Support education in the arts and humanities, creative publications such as The Human Touch and lecture series such as “Arts in Medicine,” art exhibits, performances, film series, visiting scholars and artists, and more.

William S. Silvers, MD, Holocaust Genocide Contemporary Bioethics Program Fund to support current programming and ensure the future of this program.

The Music and Medicine Initiative (MAMI) Fund supports the understanding and use of music to advance healthcare, education and research. Our outreach programs are the AMC Choir and Orchestra. 

Bernie Karshmer, PhD, Program Fund​ - Support programming at the Center for Bioethics and Humanities in memory of Dr. Bernie Karshmer, Associate Faculty and long-time teacher, colleague and friend.

Community Outreach​ – Enhance the Center's rural and community education activities and partnerships, support opportunities to discuss contemporary bioethics and humanities issues, promote a speakers bureau and more.

Bioethics​ – Help expand our programs, support ethics fellowships and lectureships, promote ethics committee consult training, establish a named, endowed conference and more.

Endowed Chairs and other opportunities – The Center for Bioethics and Humanities current priority is to establish an endowed Director’s Chair.  Other endowment opportunities also exist. 

For more information, please contact​ at (303) 724-7618 in the CU Office of Advancement or​ at (303) 724-3995.