The John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values has expanded its menu of training options for University of Notre Dame graduate students. Since August of 2013, three supplementary training and degree programs have been added and are open for graduate student enrollment. The new offerings advance understanding of the connections between science, technology, and society while broadening a traditional PhD or Master’s degree program of study.
“We’d like to get the word out about the transformation that’s taken place at Reilly over the past year,” said Reilly Director Anjan Chakravartty. “The Reilly Center is now home to the GLOBES Certificate in Environment and Society, we have a new History and Philosophy of Science minor, and we’re about to launch a National Science Foundation-funded training program in ethics and leadership. All three programs are open to graduate students interested in the societal impact of their research.”