Profiles in "Human Dimensions of Science and Technology" Expertise Area

  • Jameson Wetmore's work combines the fields of science and technology studies, ethics and public policy in order to better understand both the interconnected relationships between technology and society.
  • Cheong is an interdisciplinary scholar in the cultural implications of communication technologies, mediated developments for authority, religion, community and civic engagement.
  • Halavais helps people to discover ways in which social media change the nature of scholarship and learning, and allow for new forms of collaboration and self-government. He directs the master's program in social technologies.
  • Heather M. Ross is a Clinical Associate Professor affiliated with the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, and Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory.
  • Jenny Brian's research explores the intersections of politics, ethics, technoscience and business.
  • Dr. O'Neil researches humane technology and ethical innovation to explore human-technology relationships that are responsive to how humans think, create, and thrive.
  • Nate Wade is the Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives and Innovation at ASU’s College of Health Solutions. He's held progressive leadership roles spanning fifteen years in higher education at three R1 institutions.
  • Sha's research concerns ethico-aesthetic improvisation, and a topological approach to morphogenesis and process philosophy.