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COVID Ethics Series

Expertise in the Time of COVID: Who Has It? Who Should Have It?

Expertise in the Time of COVID: Who has it? Who should have it?

May 4, 2021

In Expertise in the Time of COVID: Who has it? Who should have it?, a panel of experts discusses the roles that authority, information literacy, and reasoning in situations of uncertainty have in responding ethically to a pandemic. In this episode, Bryan Pilkington speaks with a multi-disciplinary panel about the importance of expertise and how it has played out in the time of COVID. Panelists, including Chelsea Barrett (Seton Hall Libraries), Jennifer Oliva (Seton Hall University Law School), Kayhan Parsi (Loyola University), and Peter Wicks (Elm Institute), will discuss the role of expertise from their disciplines.

Panelists:

  • Chelsea Barrett, MBA, MI - Seton Hall University Libraries
  • Jennifer Oliva, JD - Seton Hall Law
  • Kayhan Parsi, JD, PhD - Loyola University, Chicago
  • Peter Wicks, PhD - Elm Institute

YouTube play buttonA recording of this discussion is below.

 

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Recording