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Julia Crouch received a B.A. in Science, Technology, and Society from Pomona College and a Masters in Public Health Genetics from the University of Washington. She is currently working as a qualitative researcher at Seattle Children’s Research Institute, investigating ethical issues in genetic research. She has always been interested in the ways in which science and society influence one another, as well as how technological advances continually raise new and challenging ethical issues, particularly with respect to healthcare and health disparities. Her Cornish class on science and race will help students explore the idea of race as a social construct and simultaneously as an object of scientific inquiry. A lifelong Seattleite, Julia has volunteered with the grants and scholarships committees of the Pride Foundation and has spent a number of summers volunteering with Camp Ten Trees. She has played classical piano much of her life and currently spends time biking, skiing, and gardening.