Science in Society

Bryn Mawr College

The Bryn Mawr College Center for Science in Society was founded in 2000-2002 to facilitate the broad conversations, involving scientists and non-scientists as well as academics and non-academics, which are essential to continuing explorations of the natural world and humanity's place in it. Through research programs, fellowships, and public discussions, the Center supports innovative approaches to education in the sciences, novel intellectual and practical collaborations, and continuing inquiry into the interdependent relationships among science, technology, and other aspects of human culture.

Recent Events

Ongoing and Outreach Activites

Background and History

Recent events:

Graduate Science Research Symposium

Undergraduate Science Research
Poster Session

Science as Exploration
Summer Institute for Philadelphia Teachers

Brain and Behavior
Summer Institute for Philadelphia Teachers

Women In Science: Opportunity in a Changing Landscape - 26-27 October, 2001

11 September 2001 .... Thoughts and Forum

Special Mental Health Resource Page

Ongoing ...

On Campus Activities

Outreach Activities

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Director: Liz McCormack - | Faculty Steering Committee | Secretary: Lisa Kolonay
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