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MIT's Doctoral Program in History, Anthropology, and Science, Technology, and Society (HASTS) trains scholars to study science and technolog...

MIT's Doctoral Program in History, Anthropology, and Science, Technology, and Society (HASTS) trains scholars to study science and technolog...

Looking for the best colleges offering Science, Technology and Society Degrees? Visit StartClass to compare colleges based on tuition, SAT scores, acceptance rates, and more.

Looking for the best colleges offering Science, Technology and Society Degrees? Visit StartClass to compare colleges based on tuition, SAT scores, acceptance rates, and more.

Science, Technology, and Society: The First Telephone | With this printable worksheet, students read about Alexander Graham Bell and his invention of the telephone. They are encouraged to discuss the process of invention. (Grade 3)

Science, Technology, and Society: The First Telephone | With this printable worksheet, students read about Alexander Graham Bell and his invention of the telephone. They are encouraged to discuss the process of invention. (Grade 3)

Founded in 1976, the Program in Science, Technology, and Society attempts to increase human understanding of the human-built world. Science and technology are no longer specialized enterprises confined to factories and laboratories: they have become intertwined with each other and with human society. The fundamental contribution of STS is to look at the human-built world as an integrated whole.

Founded in 1976, the Program in Science, Technology, and Society attempts to increase human understanding of the human-built world. Science and technology are no longer specialized enterprises confined to factories and laboratories: they have become intertwined with each other and with human society. The fundamental contribution of STS is to look at the human-built world as an integrated whole.

“Designing for Libraries” project for the College Park Scholars Science, Technology & Society, Capstone. Several librarians participated in ethnographic interviews conducted by students in the course. The RS librarians who participated were: Otis Chadley, Alex Carroll, Kesley Corlett-Rivera, Judy Markowitz, Robin Pike, Svetla Baykoucheva, Andy Horbal, Carleton Jackson and Nedelina Tchangalova. Lily Griner and Zaida Díaz coordinated with Erica Estrada-Liou, David Tomblin and Nicole Mogul.

“Designing for Libraries” project for the College Park Scholars Science, Technology & Society, Capstone. Several librarians participated in ethnographic interviews conducted by students in the course. The RS librarians who participated were: Otis Chadley, Alex Carroll, Kesley Corlett-Rivera, Judy Markowitz, Robin Pike, Svetla Baykoucheva, Andy Horbal, Carleton Jackson and Nedelina Tchangalova. Lily Griner and Zaida Díaz coordinated with Erica Estrada-Liou, David Tomblin and Nicole Mogul.

Beyond Imported Magic: Essays on Science, Technology, and Society in Latin America

Beyond Imported Magic: Essays on Science, Technology, and Society in Latin America

The Bedrock of Opinion: Science, Technology and Society in the Siting of High-level Nuclear Waste

The Bedrock of Opinion: Science, Technology and Society in the Siting of High-level Nuclear Waste

Taking Sides Clashing Views in Science, Technology, and Society (Paperback) (Thomas A. Easton)

Taking Sides Clashing Views in Science, Technology, and Society (Paperback) (Thomas A. Easton)