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Giving Day fundraiser for Science & Justice Training Program

Wednesday, September 30, 2020 All-Day Join the Science & Justice Research Center at UC Santa Cruz on Wednesday September 30th, for Giving Day, a 24-hour online fundraising drive! Help us celebrate the 10 year anniversary of our Science & Justice Training Program (SJTP) by supporting our graduate student researchers through the Science & Justice campaign. Incentives to… Continue Reading Giving Day fundraiser for Science & Justice Training Program

COVID-19 Pandemicene Zine

Students in Director Jenny Reardon’s undergraduate independent study seminar, SOCY 194: Living and Learning in a Pandemic: The Sociology of COVID-19, have co-created a zine based on everyone’s unique quarantine experiences and interests in understanding local responses to the pandemic! Full design credit and our special thanks go to Kathia Damian (Literature)!   COVID-19 Blogs Here,… Continue Reading COVID-19 Pandemicene Zine

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Spring 2020 Undergraduate Student Researcher Opportunity

The Science & Justice Research Center is pleased to announce we are now accepting applications for a: Undergraduate Research Fellowship The award presents a paid research opportunity to first-generation, low income, under-represented groups, undocumented, and/or former foster youth. The award is intended as a stipend to support general living expenses, fieldwork or travel (as allowed… Continue Reading Spring 2020 Undergraduate Student Researcher Opportunity

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SJRC Response to COVID-19

COVID-19: The Pandemicene Due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, UC Santa Cruz, like many other higher education institutions, announced the suspension of in-person instruction, lectures and discussion sections through the full spring quarter, including all labs, studios, field research, and field study courses. Now, with many communities ordered to stay-in-place, with only essential business allowed… Continue Reading SJRC Response to COVID-19

Announcing 2020-2021 SJTP Fellows

Started in 2010 with a grant from the National Science Foundation, the Science & Justice Training Program (SJTP) celebrates its 10th anniversary and welcomes a new cohort! Now more than ever the SJTP provides critical skills for addressing problems of our times, whether ecological destruction, growing inequalities, or a global pandemic. These are problems that… Continue Reading Announcing 2020-2021 SJTP Fellows

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COVID-19: Open Letters

The SJRC has a robust network of local and international public health experts, scholars, and practitioners leading the way with collecting resources for teaching about COVID-19, writing open response letters, developing news items, and calls for action, and organizing and participating in online events. Help Spread the Word of These Open Letters Achieving A Fair and Effective… Continue Reading COVID-19: Open Letters

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COVID-19: Calls-For-Action

The SJRC has a robust network of local and international public health experts, scholars, and practitioners leading the way with collecting resources for teaching about COVID-19, writing open response letters, developing news items, and calls for action, and organizing and participating in online events. Help Spread the Word of These Calls for Action In a New… Continue Reading COVID-19: Calls-For-Action

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COVID-19: Resources for Teaching

The SJRC has a robust network of local and international public health experts, scholars, and practitioners leading the way with collecting resources for teaching about COVID-19, writing open response letters, developing news items, and calls for action and organizing and participating in online events. Looking to teach about Covid-19 (coronavirus)? Follow the conversation on Twitter via #teachthevirus, #CoronaVirusSyllabus, and #CoronaSyllabus Open… Continue Reading COVID-19: Resources for Teaching