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Science, Technology, and Society–"STS"–is the interdisciplinary field that studies science and technology in their social content and context. It is motivated by the belief that understanding science and technology, past and present, is both socially important and intellectually challenging.
Aberg Award for Science, Technology and Society students
RIT alumna, family create award for science, technology, and society students
Award will benefit both students anf faculty mentors
Domesticating nature? Surveillance and conservation of migratory shorebirds in the ‘Atlantic Flyway’
Dr. Kristoffer Whitney
Looking Within: A Sociocultural Examination of Fetoscopy (Basic Bioethics)
Deborah Blizzard, Ph.D.
Establishing Research Corporation A case study of patents, philanthropy, and organized research in early twentieth-century America
Thomas Cornell, Ph.D.
Word, Words, Words: Ellul and the Mediocritization of Language
Franz Foltz, Ph.D.
Urbanization, in Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Ethics, 2nd edition
M. Ann Howard, J.D.
The Oyster Question: Scientists, Watermen, and the Maryland Chesapeake Bay since 1880
Christine Keiner, Ph.D.
Connecting Society to the Environmental Sciences
Richard Shearman, Ph.D.