“The March for a Better Science” is a student-organized project centering on the implications and effects of protest signs during April’s worldwide marches supporting science. The exhibit highlights negative and positive implications from several protest signs, along with an explanation of the culture that exists within the scientific community. All of us have different biases and backgrounds that affect our work, and science is no different. Protest signs are a tangible way to help us understand the culture of science and the problems, such as uninhabited objectivity, that this culture can create.
Coordinated by ISLA 456 students with Dr. Jane Lehr.