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John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values

The Reilly Center explores conceptual, ethical, and policy issues where science and technology intersect with society from different disciplinary perspectives. Our purpose is to promote the advancement of science and technology for the common good.

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Description

Established in 1985, the John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values brings the sciences and humanities together to explore the nature and impact of science and technology. We bring students, academics, and the public into conversation through education, research, and outreach. Through our education and degree programs, we inspire student reflection on connections between and across disciplines, exploring the historical, philosophical, and ethical dimensions of science and technology.

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student initiatives, regional and international student research, and events to connect our students and the campus with some of the biggest names in the study of science and technology. Your donation shows the importance of the careful study of how science and technology transform society.

Why are donations necessary?

Donations are necessary to give our students the greatest number of resources to succeed after graduation. A comprehensive knowledge of the sciences, technology, AND their impacts on society will be crucial for everyone. You donations go towards all of our student programming including the Reilly Dual-Degree Arts&Letters/Engineering Undergraduate Program; the Science, Technology, and Values Minor; the History and Philosophy of Science Graduate Program; and the GLOBES multidisciplinary science Graduate Certificate Program.