Conference collaborates on Generative Justice

The June 2014 Generative Justice conference hosted by GK12 facilitated excitement and investment in the movement for generative justice! Thanks to all who attended, and especially to the conference speakers.

Links to conference presentations

Keynote by Alondra Nelson

Generative Justice wiki page


3Helix and Harlem Academy

Fellows Charles Bennett, Ellen Foster, David Hughes along with alumnus Bill Babbitt led STEM workshops for Harlem Academy students.


3Helix fellow John Drazen’s STEM education paper  accepted to EMBC ’14

DrazenFellow John Drazen will present his paper “Using biomedical Engineering and “Hidden Capital” to provide educational outreach to Disadvantaged populations” at the 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC’14) to be held in August. The overall theme of the conference is “Discovering, Innovating, and Engineering Future Biomedicine.” It will cover diverse topics from cutting-edge biomedical and healthcare technology research and development, clinical applications, to biomedical education. Congratulations John!


3Helix awarded Innovations Grant RecognitionAFE Award 2014

3Helix was recently recognized “for making a difference in the lives of Albany’s children” by the Albany Fund for Education during their Innovations Grant Recognition Program. Fellow Michael Lachney, fellow alumni Bill Babbitt and teacher Linda Carey were presented with the award at Albany High School Monday, May 5, 2014 for the after school program: The Use of Knitting to Teach Science, Math and Computer Science: Expanding students appreciation of math, computer programs and Navajo designs.


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