The Science, Values and Society minor is best suited for students interested in ideas, concepts and concerns located at the intersection of science and values. By engaging in these topics, the Science, Values and Society minor will gain a broader understanding of the social and ethical implications of scientific practices, scientific methodologies, and technologies. The Science, Values and Society minor is especially helpful when paired with a scientific or interdisciplinary major so that the student receives a more well-rounded scientific education, one that allows the student to fully understand the role of science within a broader societal structure.
Artificial Intelligence: an astrodynamicits’s perspective
The world of astrodynamics, in the field of Artificial Intelligence: an astrodynamicits’s perspective.
With Dr. Alina Mashiku
NASA Aerospace Engineer
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
1:05 PM – 2:00 PM
Southern Connecticut State University
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 06515
Building: Engleman Hall
Refreshments will be served!
For More Information
contact: Dr. Sarah Roe Roes1@SouthernCT.edu – (203) 392-6767
Made possible through funds provided by SCSU Faculity Development and our sponsor, the Research Center on Values in Emerging Science and Technology. Also sponsored by the Computer Science Department, the Physics Department, and the Philosophy Department.