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
Dr. Jenny Reardon, University of California, Santa Cruz, Director, Science & Justice Research Center (UCSC) presents “The Post-Genomic Condition: Ethics, Justice, Knowledge After the Genome” at the SBS Seminar Series at UCSF.
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Last June (2013), members of the Science & Justice Research Center were interviewed by former UCSC EAP (Education Abroad Program) student Bue Thastum. While the original interview appeared in the Danish Daily Information, below is the translated article. Should research create a better world? Science can have other forms of social relevance than just… Continue Reading Interview with Science & Justice appears in the Danish Daily Information
Jenny Reardon, Director of the SJRC, gives lecture in Clarke Forum Meanings of Race Series at Dickinson College
The opening decade of this millennium witnessed genome scientists, policy makers, critical race theorists and world leaders proclaiming the anti-racist democratic potential of human genomics. These views stand in stark contrast to the 1990s concern that genomics might create new forms of racism. This lecture explores this shift, both why it happened and what it reveals… Continue Reading Jenny Reardon, Director of the SJRC, gives lecture in Clarke Forum Meanings of Race Series at Dickinson College
UCSC Science and Justice Program Receives National Attention By Kara Guzman Santa Cruz Sentinel POSTED: 08/20/2013 05:53:05 PM PDT SANTA CRUZ — An interdisciplinary team of professors and graduate students from UC Santa Cruz’s Science & Justice Training Program have been recognized on the national stage for their work to integrate ethical training into scientific… Continue Reading UCSC Science and Justice Program Receives National Attention
Science and Justice Training Program explores ethics of scientific research Founders and participants outline program in ‘PLOS Biology’ By Guy Lasnier Jenny Reardon is an associate professor of sociology and co-director of the Science and Justice Training Program. Co-director Karen Barad is professor of feminist studies and history of consciousness. A subtle but significant shift in… Continue Reading Science and Justice Training Program explores ethics of scientific research
Andrew Mathews co-authors article on the contributions of anthropology to understanding climate change
SJRC Director Andrew Mathews contributed to a recently published Perspectives piece in Nature Climate Change (pdf here) detailing how anthropologists can contribute to understanding the social and political dynamics of climate change. In this piece, Barnes et al. identify three types of insights anthropologists are well suited to provide. First, the discipline draws attention to the cultural… Continue Reading Andrew Mathews co-authors article on the contributions of anthropology to understanding climate change
SJTP Fellow and Environmental Studies doctoral student Tiffany Wise-West filed this report from a lobbying trip to Washington, DC with the “UC in DC” program. The statements made in this piece are her own opinions and not those of any UC-affiliated advocacy group. In late May, 2013 a delegation from UCSC joined other UC campus delegations… Continue Reading S&J Training Program Fellow joins delegation in DC to advocate for more graduate training funding
Andrew S. Mathews, Director of the Science & Justice Research Center and Associate Professor of Anthropology, received the Harold and Margaret Sprout Award from the International Studies Association’s Environment Section for his 2011 book Instituting Nature: Authority, Expertise, and Power in Mexican Forests (MIT Press). The Harold and Margaret Sprout Award recognizes the best book in the study… Continue Reading Andrew Mathews receives the Harold & Margaret Sprout Award for recent book