The Science & Justice Research Center community is composed of faculty, students, and administrators across the UC Santa Cruz campus, representing the divisions of engineering, physical and biological sciences, humanities, social sciences, and the arts. Under the leadership of its Directors, SJRC has both internal and external advisory boards, a steering committee that shapes Center programming, and a diverse and far-reaching collective of affiliates and partners on campus, in the community, and farther abroad. SJRC also regularly hosts visiting professors and visiting scholars. SJRC employs a Center Manager, as well as a number of graduate and undergraduate student researchers. Finally, graduate students who complete the Science & Justice Training Program (SJTP) may become SJTP Fellows who contribute to planning Center events and participate in Science & Justice Working Group (SJWG) discussions.