Sarah has a BSc in Biology with Honors, in addition to her Ph.D. in Philosophy. Both her interests and research focus on the intersection of science and ethics. She is currently working on topics such as medical resource allocation, the evolution of the female organism, notions of scientific progress, biological species concepts, and the use of Citizen Science. Sarah teaches classes at SCSU that also emphasize the intersection of science and ethics, such as Bioethics and Philosophy of Science. She has always believed that a balance between the humanities and the sciences is the most comprehensive route to knowledge, and both her pedagogy and research interests mirror that sentiment.
Jen Ng is pursuing a Philosophy B.S degree with minors in psychology and Women and Gender studies. She is also a student of SCSU honor’s college, a recipient of the F.E Lowe Endowed Scholarship, the co-president and founder of the Asian Culture Society, a diversity peer educator, and a student ambassador at SCSU’s multicultural center. She is interested in understanding the history of underrepresented communities and hopes to learn more about how to holistically benefit these communities and advocate for all people’s well-being. Some of Jen’s areas of interest include ethical foraging, reproductive ethics, affirmative action, indigenous land practices, and immigration rights.