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CSR in Context

While I was studying for my master’s degree, I became fixated on the intricacies of corporate social responsibility. In an attempt to merge my Master’s degree study with my employment domain, I often searched for the terms “corporate social responsibility in laboratories” and regardless of whether I was searching in scholarly databases or Google, I always came up empty handed. The lack of awareness of this important concept bothered me to my core.

I have seen countless labs during my career and observed their CSR practices. But I found it troublesome that the term was not more frequently discussed; the fact that it was not a topic of conversation suggested to me that many labs were not, in fact, following good CSR practices.

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About the Author

Elyssa Litchfield

Elyssa Litchfield studied mathematics at the University of Rhode Island. She started working at VelQuest (a laboratory execution system vendor) when she was 19 and finishing her first year of college and remained there throughout her remaining years of study, working in different departments, including software quality assurance, technical training, infrastructure deployment, and technical writing. “Two years ago, I began working at CSols which suits me well, pairing my background in laboratory informatics and my desire to be more customer-facing.” Elyssa completed her Master of Science in Organizational Leadership in 2014, and is very often seen in the company of her dog, Truman.

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