Lang Center
for Civic & Social Responsibility

Science & Society

一个真正的文科教育的精神,Science & Society Lang Center associates are here to help you connect your “hard sciences” education in the classroom with your social calling. It is imperative to include the natural sciences in the conversation on social justice, as technologies and sciences have the rich capacity to expedite and maximize social impact.

Connect

Lang Center Associates

Ammy-Ann Edziah '22 Nader Almadbooh '23 Tammy Pham '24

Sign up for an appointment with them on theLCA appointment calendar.

Key Faculty and Staff

Centers

Student Groups

Learn

Relevant Courses

TriCo

Bryn Mawr

  • BIOL B115 - Computing Through Biology: An Introduction
  • BIOL B210 - Biology and Public Policy
  • GEOL B108 - Earth's Oceans: Past, Present, and Future
  • MATH B295 - Math Modeling and Sustainability

Haverford

  • BIOLH102B001 - Perspectives in Biology: Genetic Engineering, Farming, and Food
  • PSYCH329B001 - Neuroscience and Society

Act

On-Campus Opportunities

Off-Campus Opportunities

Projects

  • The Swarthmore Spheromak Experiment- Under the leadership of Professor of Physics Michael Brown, student researchers in the SSX Lab study turbulence and plasma astrophysics partially to probe into the question of fusion energy, which would revolutionize the future energy supply chain.
  • Current Lang Scholars and their projects:
    • Seimi Park ’20 Press for Peace is an initiative dedicated to promoting the education of women in journalism, media, and communications, with a defined focus on data and technology as platform for impact.
    • Rose Ridder '20 Phapangwittaya Water Project (โครงการน้ำโรงเรียนผาปังวิทยา) aims to improve experiential science access in Phapang and surrounding communities in Thailand.
    • Eriko Shrestha '19 Nagar Mitra's E-waste Network in Kathmandu, Nepal, a network on advocacy education, and collection of e-waste.
  • Past Lang Scholars and their projects:
    • Eriko Shreshta '19: Nagar Mitra's E-waste Network in Kathmandu, Nepal, a network on advocacy education, and collection of e-waste.
    • Tyler Huntington ’18: Harvest Circle aims to increase healthy food access throughout the greater Philadelphia area by enhancing the capacity of existing nutrition resources in both the emergency food sector and the urban retail environment.
    • Mariko Ching ‘16: Bijli Bicycle or “Bicycle Electricity” is providing rural North Indian communities with independent and renewable sources of electricity and lighting.
    • Akunna Uka ’14: The mission of SkillQuest, Akunna's Lang Project, is to support existing efforts to provide adult education in Chester, PA and expand the delivery of adult education in technology.

Grants

Student Engagements Summer 2021

Baidu