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About the topic
Join Jason Fletcher MS’03, MA’05‚ PhD’06 in exploring the ways sociology and genetics have come together to teach us more about ourselves, our history, and the future. You’ll leave with a better understanding of how genetics affects — and will continue to affect — our daily lives.
Jason Fletcher MS’03, MA’05‚ PhD’06‚ professor of public affairs and sociology
About the speaker
As a professor in the La Follette School of Public Affairs and in the Department of Sociology, Fletcher researches how public policy intersects with genetic data, what our genes can predict about society’s functions, and how we should use these data responsibly. He specializes in health economics, the economics of education, and child and adolescent health policy. His research includes examining social-network effects on adolescent education and health outcomes.
|6 p.m.||Welcome and registration|
|7:30–7:45 p.m.||Q & A session|
|8 p.m.||Event concludes|
Light refreshments will be served.
This free event is open to all, but registration by May 31 is strongly recommended!
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