Public Programs And Events

Interdisciplinary Science Meet Up: Science Narratives & Justice

April 10, 2019, 10:00 PM

Interdisciplinary Science Meet Up: Science Narratives & Justice

Lang Cafe, Eugene Lang College
Students,  
Alumni,  
Faculty 

Enjoy food and conversation with students, alumni, and faculty in the Interdisciplinary Science Program. Students can learn about course offerings, public programming, city events, study abroad, and students' research and internship experiences. At each Meet Up alumni or current students minoring or majoring in the Interdisciplinary Science Program will present their career trajectories, summer research or internship experience and/or summer academic program. 

Alumnus and Mohn Science and Social Justice Fellow Sean Hughes (BA/BFA) will discuss how he combines design, narrative, and STEM to address health, environment, and equity. Their work integrates narrative, data, design, to create an interactive tool for individuals to inform their decision making on energy sources. Alumna and Mohn Science and Social Justice Fellow, Holly Woodbury will showcase how experiences with civic engagement, internships, courses, led her to graduate school in public health with a strong focus on narrative medicine.

For more information contact Katayoun Chamany, Chair of the Department of Natural Science and Mathematics and Director of the University Science Labs.

Sponsored by the Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics



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