Each November, GISME sponsors a symposium on a selected topic related to the ethics of the market society to stimulate thinking and generate new ideas.
GISME invites 12 top legal scholars with diverse perspectives to write articles on the topic, which the institute publishes in high-quality academic journals.
This workshop shows how to use interactive exercises, role-playing scenarios, and group projects to make applied ethics meaningful, memorable, and fun.
GISME provides financial support and supervision for Georgetown professors and students to engage in the Ethics Project, a semester-long group project.
One of many pedagogical innovations developed by GISME, students work in groups over a semester creating a fictitious business.
The annual Ventures and Values Pitch Competition features student groups formed in ethics courses taught by GISME faculty.
This biweekly ethics workshop features presentations on works-in-progress by GISME faculty and invited faculty for comment and construct criticism.
Beginning in 2016, GISME has sponsored a day-and-a-half seminar for graduate students from around the globe.
This symposium brings undergraduate reading groups from Catholic colleges and universities to Georgetown for a day and a half of presentations and discussion.