Activist Research Methods in Science and Technology, Apr. 22


April 21, 2016

Sometimes our research is driven by wanting to do good in the world, make an impact, and create social or material change. Dr. Max Liboiron will lead a talk and discussion about how research can foster change during the entire research and development process on April 22, 2016 at 4PM in E51-345a. Dr. Liboiron is an Assistant Professor in Sociology, Geography, and Environmental Sciences at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Liboiron’s research focuses on how harmful yet invisible threats such as toxicants and marine plastics become visible in science and activism. This event is made possible with the support of Graduate Student Life Grants and the GSC Collaboration Fund. Contact: aregitsky@mit.edu

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