Are you a STEM graduate student, post-doc, or faculty member interested in thinking more concretely about the social, political and ethical dimensions of your research? Maybe the climate crisis or the Covid-19 pandemic have left you wishing for new ways of thinking about how values and politics impact science? Perhaps you’ve wondered about how to build a more socially just research program or lab, but don’t know where to start? There are folks on campus who can help with that.
The Science and Social Justice Salon aims to build bridges between scientists interested in critically examining the social and ethical impacts of their work, and scholars in the humanities already at Princeton who can help them to realize this vision. Join us to build community and share your questions over drinks and light fare in a relaxed, casual setting. RSVP here.
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Any individual, including visitors to campus, who requires accommodation should contact Dionne Worthy ([email protected]) at least one week in advance of the event.