Students Collaborate Around Issues of Social Justice in Freshman Seminar
Halfway around the table, it came time for freshman Ryan Ozminkowski to report on his research.
"The world is insanely complex," he said by way of introduction, before describing to his 13 Princeton classmates and professor how he was progressing with his study of intellectual property rights.
"My goal," he said, "is still to make some kind of ideal copyright law. I'm going to come into class with a draft and get feedback."
Tackling complex topics and exploring solutions as a group is a key feature of "Capitalism, Utopia and Social Justice," the Freshman Seminar in Human Values being offered this semester. It is taught by Marc Fleurbaey, the Robert E. Kuenne Professor in Economics and Humanistic Studies and a professor of public affairs and the University Center for Human Values.
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