Marilyn Vogel, Ph.D. is a science educator and course designer at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. She enjoys reading science philosophy, playing various fretted musical instruments, and studying ballet. Her writing on science, education, and the environment appears sporadically on academic and non-academic platforms. She has recently matriculated in an environmental chaplaincy training program offered through the Sati Center for Buddhist studies.

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Social Justice in Science Class

In science classes, we teach students to think carefully about the relationship between observation and hypothesis. Let’s encourage them to use that thinking to create a more just world.
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