Reilly Center receives NSF grant for $300K

Author: Jessica Baron

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The Reilly Center is pleased to announce that the NSF will fund our $300K proposal to the EESE Program (Ethics Education in Science and Engineering).

The proposal, entitled "Citizen-Scientists as Agents of Change: Training the Trainer in the Ethics of Science and Technology" aims to produce science and engineering graduate students who will be models of the ethically engaged citizen-scientist. A select group of fifteen students per year will have the opportunity for advanced training in the ethics of science and technology with a focus on “big picture” or “macro-ethics” issues.

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Reilly Center seeks a postdoctoral fellow

Author: Melinda Gormley

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The Reilly Center received a grant for Ethics Education in Science and Engineering (EESE) from the National Science Foundation and is looking for a postdoctoral fellow to help with the project. (See original story here Read More

South Bend Science Café launches tonight!

Author: Jessica Baron

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The South Bend Science Café will launch the first of a monthly series of presentations on science and society tonight, September 9, 2013 at 6pm at Chicory Cafe in downtown South Bend.

The South Bend Science Café originated as part of a presentation at Ignite Michiana by Jessica Baron from ND's Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values. To see the presentation, visit ignitemichiana.com. Read More