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.
  • Nadesan teaches courses that look at risk and crisis communications, bio-ethics, economic and corporate communication, propaganda and online social advocacy, and interpretive and critical methods.
  • Cheong is an interdisciplinary scholar in the cultural implications of communication technologies, mediated developments for authority, religion, community and civic engagement.
  • Mahmud Farooque's work at ASU's Washington Center focuses on linking science and innovation policy to improved decision-making and better societal outcomes.
  • 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.