Arsht Initiatives
Trustee, philanthropist and community leader Adrienne Arsht has committed to give a $5 million donation to the University of Miami, including $2 million for the Ethics Programs that adds to an earlier $1 million gift. This constitutes the largest gift for ethics in Florida history. Arsht funds support a variety of projects, including:

 
Bioethics
The Bioethics Program is a university-wide entity dedicated to education, research and community service in bioethics and related disciplines. Established in 1991, Bioethics was the founding component of UM’s multi- and inter-disciplinary Ethics Programs. Projects operating under the Bioethics Program umbrella include:

 
Business Ethics
The Business Ethics program was the second component of the University-wide Ethics Programs, established to support research, education and community service in areas related to business and the economy.  Under the umbrella of this Program are a variety of projects, including:

 
Ethics Education

 
International Ethics
The University of Miami Ethics Programs have worked for two decades with colleagues in Latin America and the Caribbean. Collaborations have focused on education, research and community service in research ethics, clinical ethics and public health ethics. Among our International Program projects:

 
Research Ethics
The University of Miami has several initiatives related to the ethical conduct of research, including: