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Stephanie Hawkins

Junior CSCG Fellow

The part of CSCG that is most attractive to me is its analysis of the deeper contexts of science and its objective to use its discoveries in ways that include and best help the public sphere. When I applied, I knew I loved science and wanted to help people, and realized that CSCG will help me apply my goals in a meaningful way. I am at my personal best when I am caring for others and hope to make this into a career by providing medical care to those who cannot routinely receive it.

My Major / Minor / Campus Organizations

Major in BCMB and Applied Ethics / EMS, ALMA, Tour Guides, Chapel

My Favorite CSCG Events

  • Trespassing on Einstein’s Law
  • Saving Gotham
  • World Hunger: 10 Myths

My CSCG Courses

POL-399 (Science and the Common Good); POL-354 (Global Health); PHIL 246 (Biomedical Ethics); SOC-295 (Sociology of Medicine)

Life After Ursinus

After graduation, I hope to earn a MD and become a doctor that can provide medical care to underserved populations.