"Science as Mastery: A Story about Race & Power." Watch on March 22.
Science is driven by people. It is a "shared human activity." This video series delves into the many facets of what it means to be human and to do science.
We spoke with a diverse range of practicing scientists and science communicators about their engagement activities with faith communities, all sharing the themes of being strategic, being respectful, and being human.
In this 2-part video series, scientists discuss how humans survived evolution and survived all other hominid species.
A series of 4 short videos covers important points about science engagement such as ensuring it is inclusive, its social and historical context, best practices, and meeting people where they are.
The most important thing we do in science is to make it real and important for the people that we’re speaking to.
Fatimah Jackson, Director, W. Montague Cobb Research Laboratory, Howard University