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The Responsible Technology Coalition (RTC) invites graduate students from all departments to submit physical representations of their public interest technology-related research to be part of an exhibit that will take place in the Science and Engineering Library in the Lederle Graduate Research Center low rise during the spring semester. An opening reception for the exhibit is scheduled for 4-6 p.m. on April 2. 

The RTC, a student group focused on issues related to responsible technology across academia, industry and government, is collaborating with the Public Interest Technology Initiative at UMass (PIT@UMass) along with the PIT-Club to curate the exhibit. The RTC is committed to seeing that technology is ethical, accountable and dedicated to the advancement of dialogue, policy and practice around responsible technology at UMass and society at large. The exhibit aims to educate the campus community about PIT and highlight PIT-related work going on across campus and the Amherst community.

Students can learn more and submit their work here.

The deadline for submission is Feb. 23 at 5 p.m.

For questions regarding the exhibit, contact Oscar YoungquistHarshita Snehi or Michelle Ciccone, the RTC Leadership Team.