The Triple Helix: A Journal of Science, Society, and Law
About the Course:
The Triple Helix is an international journal that explores the interplay between science, society, and law. The journal was founded only three years ago, but now is the largest student run non-profit organization in the U.S. We have 27 chapters at the most prestigious universities in the nation and around the world including new international chapters in Australia, England, and China. Students are introduced to various areas of the journal including writing, editing, finance and production. In addition to learning about current topics in science and public policies, students are able to voice their own ideas about the most pressing issues in society today.
How to Enroll:
Please attend the attend the 1st general meeting on February 8th (212 Wheeler). We will have applications available then and address any enrollment questions then.
We realize that the add deadline is already past, but because of limited spots and in order to ensure that everyone enrolled will stay in the course for the rest of the semester, we will give out CCN's at the first meeting.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Course Contact: annie_chen AT berkeley.edu
Time & Location:
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