ND HPSTV Graduate Conference: Race, Equity, and Justice

A note from Charlene Brecevic:

Hello everyone,
I am happy to announce that the History and Philosophy of Science Program is hosting its second annual History and Philosophy of Science, Technology, and Values (HPSTV) Graduate Conference on Friday, April 30th and Saturday, May 1st. The conference theme, “Race, Equity, and Justice,” explores the relationship between racial justice and science, broadly construed. Please see the attached conference program, attached keynote presentation posters, and visit our conference webpage for further information.
Our keynote speakers include Dr. Duana Fullwiley from Stanford University and Dr. Ingrid Waldron from Dalhousie University.
Additional invited speakers include Dr. Jenny Reardon from the University of California, Santa Cruz, Dr. Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe who serves as the Founder and President of Women’s Institute of Science, Equity, and Race (WISER), and Chamara Moore from the University of Notre Dame.
This event will be held virtually. The event is free but registration is required to access the virtual sessions. Please complete the following registration form if you plan to attend: https://forms.gle/Vic8gnrpY9q4PnPp8
We hope many of you will join us for this important event!
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