Duquesne Professor Chosen to Edit New Journal of International Ethics Group
The director of Duquesne University's Center for Healthcare Ethics has been selected as editor in chief of the International Journal of Ethics Education, a new journal of the International Association for Education in Ethics.
Director Dr. Henk ten Have will shape the publication covering the teaching of ethics across all disciplines.
Additionally, ten Have is serving as editor for the Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics, a 12-volume print and online encyclopedia to be published in 2016 by Springer Publishing Co.
The former director of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) Division of Ethics of Science and Technology, he also served as co-editor of Springer's four-volume reference series, The Handbook of Global Bioethics, published in 2014 and examining the incorporation of UNESCO principles in 40 countries.
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