January 8, 2019
America’s universities can and must play a role in democratizing science and engineering knowledge – because such knowledge is essential for informed participation in modern democracy, says Hertz Fellow Mung Chiang, the John. A. Edwardson dean of the College of Engineering at Purdue University.
“As citizens, we should have the ability to participate in the debate that will impact our lives and our children's lives,” says Chiang. “The tug-of-wars over net neutrality and 5G deployment are recent examples that made the headlines, provoking curiosity but probably not comprehension for many.”
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