Roger Severino, Transformational Former Director of HHS Office for Civil Rights, to Join EPPC as Senior Fellow
The Ethics and Public Policy Center today announced the appointment of Roger Severino as a Senior Fellow focused on health care policy, the administrative state, religious liberty, and civil rights. Mr. Severino will direct EPPC’s new “HHS Accountability Project,” which will monitor the Biden administration for actions that threaten quality healthcare and civil rights for all Americans, from conception to natural death.
Ryan T. Anderson to Become Next EPPC President
Dr. Anderson will succeed Ed Whelan, who has served as EPPC president since 2004 and who will continue his scholarly work as EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow.
EPPC Office Temporarily Closed Due to Coronavirus Pandemic
By order of the mayor of Washington, D.C., EPPC has temporarily closed our physical offices. Our scholars and staff are continuing to do their work from their various locations, and we will continue to post EPPC scholars’ publications on this site.
Francis X. Maier Joins EPPC as Senior Fellow in Catholic Studies Program
EPPC welcomes Francis X. Maier as a senior fellow in our Catholic Studies Program, where his work will focus on the intersection of Christian faith, culture, and public life, with special attention to lay formation and action.
EPPC Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Religious-Liberty Cases
EPPC has filed an amicus brief in support of two Catholic schools in pending cases in the United States Supreme Court.
EPPC Welcomes Alexandra DeSanctis, Devorah Goldman as Visiting Fellows
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is delighted to announced that Alexandra DeSanctis and Devorah Goldman are joining our corps of scholars as part of our new Visiting Fellow program.
EPPC Mourns Death of Sir Roger Scruton
The Ethics and Public Policy Center mourns the death of EPPC Senior Fellow Sir Roger Scruton, who died on Sunday, January 12, at age 75.
Sir Roger Scruton Lauded for Service to Eastern European Nations
EPPC Senior Fellow Sir Roger Scruton has earned recognition from the governments of Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic for his courageous anti-communist efforts and his legacy of moral and intellectual leadership.
EPPC Launches Visiting Fellow Program
The Ethics and Public Policy Center invites outstanding scholars and thinkers who are interested in participating in our work to apply for an appointment as an EPPC Visiting Fellow for a term of two years.
A Fond Farewell to Yuval Levin
The Ethics and Public Policy Center extends a fond farewell to Yuval Levin, who after 13 remarkably productive years at EPPC will be joining AEI as its new director of social, cultural, and constitutional studies.