2014 Conference Theme: Sudden and Traumatic Death
Date: June 2 - 4, 2014
Poster and Paper Proposal Deadline: November 7, 2013
The Center for Death Education and Bioethics (CDEB) is a resource center for academic materials concerned with the issue of death, dying and bereavement in contemporary society. Although the Center for Death Education is affiliated with the Sociology/Archaeology Department of UW-La Crosse, its resources can be helpful to many departments and programs on campus and in the community.
The CDEB has a large collection of journals, books and articles concerned with death, dying, bereavement, terminal illness, hospice care, etc. We encourage people to come in and use the center's resources for academic projects or to satisfy personal interest; or one may phone or e-mail to inquire about information that is available. CDEB also makes available, at cost, brochures on grief and loss.
La Crosse Tribune article: At UW-L, a place for life and death discussions.
The Center is located on the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse campus, in room 337 (on the third floor) of Carl Wimberly Hall. Wimberly Hall is located in the north central part of campus. More specific directions and parking information can be found on the campus map.
HOURS OF AVAILABILITY
The Center is currently open by appointment only. To make an appointment, please call one of the following phone numbers:
Center for Death Education and Bioethics: (608) 785-6784
Department of Sociology & Archaeology: (608)785-8457
or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org