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Linnda Caporael wrote:

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> I'm looking for examples of STS-type syllabi for biotechnology. Our Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee is encouraging development of a general-ed type course (most students will be engineers and scientists) that covers some of the basic science, but also goes into the ethical and social issues.  (Yes--this is an engineering school, and yes, the times are changing!) As my deadline is short, a URL or electronic document is the best form.
 Thanks,
 Linnda
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> Dr. Linnda R. Caporael
> Department of Science & Technology Studies
> Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
> Troy, NY 12180
> voice: 518/276-8519  fax: 518/276-2659
> http://www.rpi.edu/~caporl

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