Learn about engineering scholarship in service to society

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On May 5, 2022

Dr. Nancy G. Love, Joann Silverstein Distinguished University Professor at the University of Michigan and a member of the civil and environmental engineering department and the University of Michigan Center for Social Solutions, will reflect on her experiences in a Zoom presentation. Her talk is titled “Reflections on Engineering: Scholarship in Service to Society” at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 5. It is sponsored by S&T’s Center for Science, Technology and Society.

Historically, engineering curricula and the research enterprise have remained highly focused and “inside the fence” of academic labs or under very controlled research settings in the field. But increasingly, there has been rapid growth and interest in community-engaged research, learning, and outreach by engineering academics. Community-engaged work can occur in various forms: research in partnership with communities, service-learning oriented courses, and professional outreach through civic organizations or professional associations.

Learn more at csts.mst.edu/events.

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