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The Science in Society Review

The Science in Society Review is a biannual journal written by undergraduate students primarily for undergraduate students. It provides a comprehensible bridge between students who are knowledgeable about science and those who might be interested in science but are unfamiliar with challenging terminology. Our latest issue of The Science in Society Review is available on campus at the following locations:

  • ECG 202: Advising, Aerospace/Chemical/Mechanical/Materials Science Engineering
  • ECG 334: Advising, Bioengineering
  • ECG 251: Advising, Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering/Construction
  • SAGE NORTH: Advising, Barrett Honors College
  • PSD 102: Advising, Chemistry/Biochemistry
  • PSF 686: Advising, Earth/Space Exploration
  • LSC 206C: Advising, School of Life Sciences (SoLS)
  • LSC 284: Center for Biology and Society
  • DISC 213: Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics
  • INTDS B 366: Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes (CSPO)
  • Magazine rack in front of Memorial Union, #19, compartment B7
  • Magazine rack in front of Hayden Library, #20, compartment A2