Professor Claudia Murphy, departments of Philosophy and Women’s and Gender Studies presented a paper “The Collaborative Interdisciplinary Development of a Case Study on Hydraulic Fracturing on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota,” at an annual meeting of SRPoiSE in Detroit MI, March 26-29. SRPoiSE is a consortium of members who are interested in socially relevant philosophy of/in science and engineering. The conference agenda focused on promoting the capacity of philosophers to collaborate and engage with scientists and engineers on all aspects of policy making, and scientific and technological research. The case study was developed in collaboration with Professors Steve Lindaas, Sara Anderson, Alison Wallace, and students Kathryn Lucero and Whitney Oxendahl.