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GGA Seminar with Dr. Latifa Jackson – Decolonizing Human Genetic Research Workshop Series

Thomas Hall Room 3503

​Leveraging computational scale data, studies show that socioeconomic, psychological, and biological factors contribute to immune weathering in young adults, and recent research suggests that violence and other adverse experiences may be affecting biological stress responses in African Americans. Hosted in collaboration with BAA (Being an Ally in Academics).

Global Film Series – The Serengeti Rules

Witherspoon Student Center 2810 Cates Ave, Raleigh, NC, United States

Travel back in time, from the Arctic Ocean to Pacific tide pools, with a pioneering group of scientists who make surprising discoveries that transform human understanding of nature and ecology. Based on a book by Sean B. Carroll of the same name, the film will be introduced by Dr. Fred Gould, Co-Director of the Genetic Engineering and Society Center. 


AgBioFEWS Cohort 3 – Lessons teaching Responsible Research and Innovation principles | GES Colloquium [IN-PERSON]

1911 Building, Room 129 (North Campus) 10 Current Dr., Raleigh, NC, United States

Final GES Colloquium of the spring semester! AgBioFEWS students will discuss their experiences teaching Responsible Research and Innovation principles to undergraduates during a recent Dolphin Tank workshop. Note, this seminar will be held IN PERSON in 1911 Building, Room 129, and will not be recorded.


James B. Hunt Library, Auditorium 1070 Partners Way, Raleigh, NC, United States

Make-A-Thon is NC State’s sustainability innovation competition. Students research, design and prototype solutions to solve a sustainability challenge and then pitch their ideas to community and industry judges. Make-A-Thon Kickoff on 1/26 includes a workshop on Responsible Innovation presented by Katie Barnhill, senior research scholar for the Genetic Engineering and Society Center