November 23, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
What are some past and present resistance movements in STEM?
The proceeds from this course will be used to compensate the instructor fairly and competitively, and all remaining funds will be donated to a local racial justice organization selected by the instructor.
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Meet the Instructor
Hala Iqbal (she/they) is a postdoctoral scientist in the Boeke lab at NYU Langone. Her research interests lie at the interface of chemical biology and synthetic biology—specifically, in using synthetic biology tools to develop and engineer small molecules such as antibiotics. She has written and organized around Islamophobia, prison abolition, gender and race. Her newest obsession is rock climbing.