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Dean's Reflections After 1 Year at MUSC

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The March for Science – both the central march in Washington DC and hundreds of others across the country and the world - is an unprecedented gathering of people joining together to acknowledge the crucial role that science plays in each of our lives. Advocacy for science is intimately connected with the responsibility to broadcast the vital need for our country to actively support research and researchers,  It is research that provides insights and new discoveries about our world, which in turn enable us to protect our environment and improve the health of our people.

Science protects the health of our communities, the safety of our families, the education of our children, and the foundation of our economy. Science equips us with the necessary tools to build the brightest future for ourselves - along with the generations after us.  If those of us intimately involved with science don’t speak up – who will ?  This event is a celebration of scientific discovery  - past, present and future.  March for Science
 

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