Libby Lunstrum, an associate professor School of Public Service, will help moderate the Participatory Forum on New Requirements for Ethical Geographic Science in Rapid Research on Oct. 1. The virtual event is organized by the American Association of Geographers in collaboration with the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Science and Human Rights Coalition.
Lunstrum will be moderating the discussion on collective rights of “places” during fast-paced and global research. Discussion topics will include how to foster genuine research and other partnerships. Other topics will include human subjects in research in the context of geospatial data, facial recognition, and the burden and benefits of COVID-19 science.