March 20, 2023[news]
Join the Harvard Kennedy School Program on Science, Technology and Society’s (STS) Undergraduate Fellowship for the fall semester! Join a cohort of peers in diving into the field of STS to grapple with the ways in which science and technology are molding and reflecting ideas of desirable human futures, interacting with the politics of innovation, shaping human rights and inequality, or being subjected to mechanisms of democratic institutions. Learn from and discuss with leading scholars across STS and a diverse range of fields while developing a new set of analytical problem-solving skills. If you ever wanted to better understand opposition to vaccines? Misinformation in a “post-truth” world? How efforts to address climate change emerge at the global level in relation to local interests? The place of science and technology (S&T) in a world increasingly defined by various kinds of “risk”? If you’re interested in any of these questions — or, more broadly, intersections of science, technology, public policy and politics, and society — apply below to join for the fall semester!
Click here to learn more and apply by May 13th! The Fellowship will meet weekly every Monday afternoon over the fall semester.[news]
Workshop: Regulatory Challenges in Technological Societies – Dialogue between the U.S. and Brazil, Friday, April 7, 2023, 9:30 -5:00 PM, HKS, Malkin Penthouse, 4th Floor. Click here to learn more. Register for in-person attendance.[news]
Spring Science & Democracy lecture is back in-person since 2019. AI for CITIES or CITIES for AI? Who should decide? with Keynote lecturer Bill de Blasio, former Mayor of New York City, Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 5:00 – 7:00 PM, Harvard Science Center, Hall A, 1 Oxford St, Cambridge, MA. Click here to learn more and register.