From: Jessica Martin <jessica.a.martin**At_Symbol_Here**UCONN.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Science of Safety Journal Club Notes from 9/15/2020
Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2020 14:05:37 -0400
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Hello all,

At last Tuesday's Science of Safety Journal Club, we had a great conversation about safety rule violation and why they (we) do it led by Sarah Zinn. We wanted to share with those on this listserv for those who might be interested in keeping the conversation going! If you have any questions about the Science of Safety Journal Club, please email Jessica A. Martin at jessica.a.martin**At_Symbol_Here**

The paper covered was: Iszatt-White, Marian; Catching them at it: An ethnography of rule violation. Ethnography (2007).

Sarah's short presentation and notes from the discussion can be found at this link:

We'd love to keep the conversation going here if people are interested! Feel free to respond to this thread with your thoughts!

Jessica A. Martin
NSF Graduate Research Fellow
Joint Safety Team 
Pinkhassik Group, Department of Chemistry
University of Connecticut

"To change a community, you have to change the composition of the soil-
If you want to meet with me, come to the garden with your shovel so we can plant some sh-t." 
Ron Finley

"Argue for your limitations 
and sure enough they're yours." 
Richard Bach

"You know, farming looks mighty easy
when your plow is a pencil, and you're
a thousand miles from the corn field."
Dwight Eisenhower

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from prior leaders before it all dies in the black holes of their souls."
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