Science & Society
In the spirit of a true liberal arts education, Science & Society Lang Center associates are here to help you connect your “hard sciences” education in the classroom with your social calling. It is imperative to include the natural sciences in the conversation on social justice, as technologies and sciences have the rich capacity to expedite and maximize social impact.
Key Faculty and Staff
- Women in Computer Science | Contact: Michelle Ma '20
- W+iMS Contact: | Contact: Emily Barranca ’19
- Women in Physics and Astronomy | Karina Cooper '20
- Society of Women Engineering
- US in STEM
- LaunchDeck | Contact: Jason Jin '20
- Study Abroad Program: Globalization, Environment & Society in South Africa
- BIOL B115 Computing Through Biology: An Introduction
- BIOL B210 Biology and Public Policy
- GEOL B108 Earth's Oceans: Past, Present, and Future
- BIOLH102B001: Perspectives in Biology: Genetic Engineering, Farming, and Food
- PSYCH329B001: Neuroscience and Society
- The Swarthmore Spheromak Experiment - Under the lead of Professor of Physics Michael Brown, student researchers in the SSX Lab study turbulence and plasma astrophysics partially to probe into the question of fusion energy, which would revolutionize the future energy supply chain.