Undergraduate Voices is a podcast project by students in Professor Suzanne Holland's bioethics class in the fall of 2009. The podcasts in this series represent the research and thinking of undergraduates studying bioethics at the eight of the debates about how to reform the American health care system. While nearly everyone, it seems, has been asked to weigh in on what to do about health care reform—from tea party participants to pundits and politicians, no one seems to have asked college students for their opinions. These podcasts represent the best thinking from teams of Colgate University students on issues they care about – issues they think you ought to care about, too, as we try and figure out, collectively, how best to cover the great mosaic of people, and the great mosaic of problems, that make up these United States. We invite you to listen, to reflect, and perhaps even to take action if you are so moved. Special thanks to Rebekah Presson Moseby, Ray NArdelli, Rich Grant and Sarah Kunze. Professor Suzanne Holland NEH Endowed Chair in Religion Fall 2009 sholland@colgate.edu Suzanne Holland can also be reached at University of Puget Sound where she is Philip M. Phibbs Research Professor and Professor of Ethics in the Department of Religion sholland@pugetsound.edu

Undergraduate Voices is a podcast project by students in Professor Suzanne Holland's bioethics class in the fall of 2009. The podcasts in this series represent the research and thinking of undergraduates studying bioethics at the eight of the debates about how to reform the American health care system. While nearly everyone, it seems, has been as... Show more

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