Established in 1997, the Princeton Journal of Bioethics is the oldest undergraduate journal of bioethics in the world. The primary goal of the Journal is to provide undergraduates an arena for the discussion of current issues in bioethics including genetic engineering, reproductive rights, stem cell research, and euthanasia. The Journal serves as a resource for students and professors of bioethics, as well as a representation of undergraduate work in bioethics. Working with a Technical Review Board of leaders in education, medicine, science, and ethics, the Journal strives to provide material of the highest quality. The Journal’s readership extends throughout the globe, and it is distributed at national bioethics conferences and associated committees.

The Journal strives to spread discussion on cutting-edge issues in bioethics both in print and online. The Journal offers:

– An annual publication containing a diverse selection of original research from students as well as a feature paper from a leading bioethicist.

– An online blog featuring shorter articles and podcasts with more informal commentary.

– Panels, seminars, and conferences featuring a variety of speakers on current issues in bioethics.