Deadline Extended!
3Helix Issues Call for Papers for Generative Justice Conference

A call for presentation and panel proposals on the theory and practice of generative justice is issued for a conference hosted by the GK12 3Helix program that will be held at RPI, June 27-29, 2014. Read More/Submit a proposal …


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Article Generative Justice in Africa: From Fractals to the Rise of Maker Movements  by fellow Ellen Foster and PI Ron Eglash published in Think Africa Press

Contemporary African design trends based on fractals tap into a venerable tradition of self-organisation and open new spaces for local creativity and civic participation. Read article
Read more on: African Fractals | E-waste to Maker Space


About the 3Helix Program

In RPI’s Community Situated Research project, graduate fellows examine the potential relations between their STEM research, and the social issues facing local low-income and minority communities (health, environment, poverty, crime, information access, etc.). These same local communities are also the location for the fellows middle school collaborative teaching program. Thus graduate fellows gain a greater awareness of the connections between their research disciplines and pressing social issues, as well as the training that enables them to communicate these connections to the public.  Read more…

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