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CAL Newsletter: January 28, 2019

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This Week's Events

When Disaster Is Not The Problem: Interdependencies, Infrastructure, And Inequality In Disaster Recovery

STS Candidate and Presenter: Caela O'Connell
January 28, 2019 — 4 p.m. — Richardson Room (Morton 324)

The Big And Small Of Microbes: Scales Of Meaning Between Bodily Bacteria And Global Malnutrition

STS Candidate and Presenter: Amber Benezra
February 1, 2019 — 4 p.m. — Richardson Room (Morton 324)

Next Week's Events

“A Walking Bomb”: HIV, Biosecurity, And Sexuality In South Korea

STS Candidate and Presenter: Timothy Gitzen
February 5, 2019 — 2 p.m. — Richardson Room (Morton 324)

What Matters to Your Congressperson?

Presenter: Lindsey Cormack
NYC Digital Humanities Week
February 6, 2019 — 12 - 2 p.m. — Bobst Library at NYU
stevens.edu/Congressperson — Facebook — Twitter

THE SMELL OF PETROLEUM: INDEXING POLLUTION AND THE DEMOCRATIZATION OF SCIENCE IN POST-NEOLIBERAL ECUADOR

STS Candidate and Presenter: Nicholas Welcome
February 7, 2019 — 11 a.m. — Richardson Room (Morton 324)

News

Why the New Look?

Last semester, information on CAL's events and news went out every two weeks, but we're switching to a new weekly email.

Why? Because of its formatting, the old one was getting stuck in people's spam folders, which isn't great. So instead, this email will go out every Monday and will be short and text-based, giving a quick rundown on everything happening in the college that week.

Expect lots of links. For most events, you'll find links to the Stevens website and CAL's Facebook and Twitter. These posts will provide descriptions of the events and can be used to share amongst your own network at Stevens. News items will link to a variety of places, where ever the story is.

Have news to share? Questions? All CAL faculty, staff and students should feel free to get in touch.