The Triple Helix: The Journal of Science, Society, and Law
Purpose: To provide students with a chance to educate themselves about the dynamic relationship between science, society, business, ethics, and law in order to bridge the archaic divide between these various fields of study; to inspire scientific curiosity and discovery, and encourage undergraduates to explore interdisciplinary careers that span across traditional boundaries; to provide opportunities for students to learn and practice writing, editing, reviewing, communicating, researching, layout and design, marketing, web design, business development, and management and leadership in a real world enterprise with both peer and professional guidance; to encourage critical analysis of the most legally and socially important issues in science through the free exchange of ideas within a diverse international community.
Meetings: TTH DeCal meetings are on Monday evenings in 212 Wheeler. Feel free to stop by if you are interested in learning more about the organization and how to get involved.
Activities: The aforementioned missions of the organization will be accomplished by publishing a bi-annual journal called the Science in Society Review, hosting a variety of Science Policy events, producing a dynamic online-only publication, and holding an annual international meeting featuring a Leadership Summit and an invite-only AAAS Poster Session.
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