Social Justice with Undergrads

The Social Justice Working Group associated with the Undergraduate Student Experiences with Citizen Science Network is looking for examples of participatory research methods (including citizen science or community science) being used to teach about or enact social justice with undergrads in STEM classes. Please pass along any examples you know! We have some from the published literature but know there are more examples out there.

If the example is from your work, we encourage you to add a short description (or link) of what you did to the "Collections" on our Network webpage. Anyone can join the Network and access the resources at (once you are logged in). Contact Heather Vance-Chalcraft ( with questions. Feel free to share with your social networks!

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Please describe examples (from you, someone you know, published literature, etc.) of the use of participatory research methods (including but not limited to citizen science or community science) to teach about or enact social justice with undergraduates in STEM classes. Include details about who they are and what they did and/or provide a link to a paper/webpage/lesson plan/etc. Thanks!
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