Science, Ethics and Society: A Conversation
Ethics addresses notions of ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ — the moral dimensions of human life. With rapid-pace advances in science and technology, how can Montclair State train students as both skilled producers of scientific knowledge and responsible communicators or collaborators in research and innovation?
JOIN US for this exploratory, multi-disciplinary conversation focusing on experiential learning and the opportunities and challenges involved in community, business, and industry partnerships that serve both students and the greater public.
Featured Roundtable Contributors
- Kerry Butch · New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance
- Manveer Mann · School of Business
- Katherine McCaffrey · Department of Anthropology
- Kirk McDermid · Department of Philosophy
- Karen Rutberg & Mark Kearney · Greater Newark Conservancy
- Paul Zarrillo · Greenwood Lake Environmental Commission
Refreshments will be served. This event is funded by a CSAM SELF Seed Grant and sponsored by the Center for Community Engagement and departments of Anthropology, Biology, Earth and Environmental Studies, Mathematics, and Sociology