Our curriculum provides opportunities to practice a critically-philosophical way of thinking science through meaningful, interdisciplinary applications to a student's field of interest as well as community outreach.
Students explore various pertinent science topics, such as:
What is knowledge or belief? What is considered evidence in different fields?
The nature or errors in science, and how they differ from misconduct
Scientific survival skills, such as statistical reasoning from real-world data sets
Rigorous research design across the disciplines
Ethics in science and society
Effective communication and teamwork
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