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Teach-In on Science and Activism Part of Civic Engagement Week

April 18, 2017 - 4:00pm

Steven Rolston, UMD Physics, “A Climate Change Primer”

Will Thomas, AIP, “Science Embroiled in Politics: A Brief Historical Tour.”

Melinda Baldwin, AIP : “Golden goose or golden fleece? Attacks on federal science funding during the Cold War.”

Katarina Keane, UMD History and Center for Global Migration Studies, "Immigrants and Immigration Policy as the Building Blocks of Scientific Discovery”

Steve Fetter, UMD Public Policy, “How to be a Policy Entrepreneur"

Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz4x8ufYIK7fX1RKOTJIQWZxNUU/view?usp=sh...

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