Jenny Reardon, professor of sociology and director of the Science and Justice Research Center at UCSC interviewed in the French daily newspaper Le Monde. Continue Reading Jenny Reardon and SJRC appear in Le Monde
The fellowship includes a graduate student fellowship stipend at a graduate student researcher rate plus a research allowance of $800 per year to cover supplies and travel to one relevant academic meeting or research site. The fellowship is guaranteed for the first year, and it may or may not be renewed for subsequent years. Continue Reading Genomics and Society Graduate Research Fellowship
The article “Science & Justice: The Trouble and the Promise,” co-written by Jenny Reardon, Jacob Metcalf, Martha Kenney, Karen Barad has just been published in the inaugural issue of Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, and Technoscience, a new STS journal supporting theoretically inventive and methodologically creative scholarship incorporating approaches from critical public health, disability studies, postcolonial studies, queer theory, sci-art,… Continue Reading “Science & Justice: The Trouble and the Promise” published in Catalyst
We will officially be welcoming the Center’s recently hired Assistant Director of Research and Academic Programs, Dr. Emily Cohen.
This is a great chance for everyone to meet the new faces in the Center and foster emerging collaborations! Continue Reading September 30, 2015 | Cocktail Hour: Meet & Greet
Assistant Director of Research and Academic Programs for the Science & Justice Research Center and Assistant Adjunct Professor of Sociology.
Continue Reading Emily Cohen, joins SJRC as Assistant Director of Research and Academic Programs
SJRC Visiting Scholars present at the annual meeting for the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S)
In collaboration with SJRC Director Jenny Reardon, 2013-2014 Visiting Scholars Rachel Tillman and Javier Aguirre from the Universidad Industrial de Santander (UIS), Bogata, Colombia organized a panel on ‘Building Bridges: Science and Justice in Institutional Contexts’ that was presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). Continue Reading SJRC Visiting Scholars present at the annual meeting for the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S)
Social Sciences Research Frontiers Day 2014: Collaborative Research to Solve 21st Century Challenges
The Division of Social Sciences will hold its annual half-day interdisciplinary Research Frontiers Day. This will bring faculty, students, and community members together to present and learn about how social sciences faculty research is engaging key issues of the 21st century. The day will showcase transformative research focused on solving everyday challenges, while fostering collaboration between researchers, students, and community members. Continue Reading Social Sciences Research Frontiers Day 2014: Collaborative Research to Solve 21st Century Challenges
The Science & Justice Research Center is proud to announce the recent campus approval of the Science & Justice Certificate Program. This certificate provides recognition to current graduate students who have developed collaborative research methods for exploring the meeting of questions of science and knowledge with questions of ethics and justice. For more pedagogical information… Continue Reading June 10, 2014: 24 Graduate Students Receive Science & Justice Certificate
March 7, 2014: SJRC Director, Jenny Reardon to give talk on “Bodies of Data: Public Participation, Governance and the New Bioinformatics” at ASU
On March 7th, 2014 Science & Justice Director, Jenny Reardon along with Erik Aarden of Harvard, and Patrick Taylor from Boston Children’s will discuss Principles in Practice, a panel chaired by Jason Robert from the Center for Biology + Society at Arizona State University, Tempe. Recent developments at the intersection of biological, information and communications technologies have opened… Continue Reading March 7, 2014: SJRC Director, Jenny Reardon to give talk on “Bodies of Data: Public Participation, Governance and the New Bioinformatics” at ASU
The Science and Justice Research Center is hosting an Informational Meeting for a new cohort of our nationally recognized interdisciplinary Graduate Training Program: THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2014 12:30-2:00 Muwekma Ohlone Conference Room 351 (Bay Tree Building, 3rd floor, upstairs from the Bay Tree Bookstore) Lunch Provided Our NSF-supported Science and Justice Training Program (SJTP) is… Continue Reading Science & Justice Training Program: Grad Student Informational Meeting on New Cohort