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ADQ: Making More Accurate Knowledge

[Note: The date for this session has been changed from November 4 to November 25.]

How can more nuanced models of objectivity allow us to represent more accurately our research findings?

ADQ: Studying Race, Sex, and Gender

How can we study race, sex, and gender in ways that are more precise to produce better research results? Race, gender, and even sex are sociocultural constructs. Yet they have real impacts on our daily lives and well-being.

ADQ: Hierarchy and Accountability in Science

[Note: The date for this session has been changed from November 25 to November 4.]

How do hierarchies of science and systems of power influence science? How do the ways we are beholden to funding and administrative structures impact the knowledge we produce?

ADQ: Identity and Belonging in Science

How does our identity and position in the world affect our work as researchers? To what extent do we “fit in” to the culture of our lab and field? How is this fit influenced by histories of the field and the shaping of disciplines? How does this affect the research questions a field prioritizes?