Provide examples of the inter-dependence of scientific and technological developments.
Discuss social and philosophical implications of scientific discoveries, and understand the potential of science and technology to address problems of the contemporary world.
Connect classroom lecture material to community projects / service.
Value evidence and understand how scientific process skills can be applied to everyday problems as well as larger contemporary societal issues.
Develop an awareness of science as a human endeavor.
Identify community needs and how individual, class, and university could help address those needs.
Recognize the social consequences of disparity between research funding and costs, differential disease demographics, and students’ ability to impact those disparities.
Support the community partner by proposing community events that raise public awareness or by proposing a fundraising event.
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