The Hastings Center hosts the Sadler Scholars program, a yearly cohort of doctoral candidates from racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in academic careers in fields related to bioethics. Sadler Scholars receive career development, networking, and mentoring opportunities tailored to their goals and interests, including the opportunity to present a work-in-progress talk on their dissertation or other research in bioethics. This is a remote opportunity.
Students in any discipline who have research interests in bioethics and seek opportunities to connect with other early-career scholars and be part of The Hastings Center interdisciplinary bioethics community. Recent Sadler Scholars have pursued degrees in philosophy, public health, and other fields.