This series focuses on the ethics of technological adoption and adaptations, inviting technologists, academics, activists, and artists to examine issues from algorithmic decision-making in the criminal justice system to the near constant surveillance of our actions to the future of work in an automated world.
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Get involved with civic engagement, social justice, and peace work at Haverford, through local volunteering opportunities, annual Fellowships for Social Justice and Global Citizenship (supporting summer internship preparation, experience, and reflection), community-engaged courses, and the post-graduate Haverford House Fellowship. Students and faculty are also regularly awarded funds to support new initiatives. Stay up to date with the latest initiatives here:
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As a math instructional coach in West Virginia, Joanna Burt-Kinderman ’98 is working to expand public access to a high-quality math education across the state.
Receive public transportation passes to and from social justice activism events and opportunities.