CSPO Related Classes
ASU undergraduate and graduate classes in Society, Technology and Science offered by CSPO faculty, affiliates, and graduate students
Science Outside the Lab
Science Outside the Lab, presented by Arizona State University’s Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes (CSPO), explores the relationships among science, policy, and societal outcomes in a place where many important decisions about these things are made – Washington, D.C.
Master of Science and Technology Policy
Arizona State University offers a one-year master’s degree in science and technology policy, through the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes (CSPO).
HSDST PhD Program
The PhD in Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology at Arizona State University is an ambitious, interdisciplinary initiative to understand what it means for humanity that today’s societies are permeated by science and technology.
Graduate Certificate in Responsible Innovation
The Certificate in Responsible Innovation in Science, Engineering and Society is designed for scientists, engineers, research managers, technology officers, public administrators, and policy officials who seek to advance science and technology to improve societal outcomes and to develop creative solutions to the fundamental global challenges of the 21st century.
PhD students in the sciences and engineering work with CSPO faculty to write an additional chapter for their dissertation, or some equivalent project, that explores the social implications, political context, or ethical concerns of their research.
Students may choose from a variety of areas of specialization in our programs, or students may construct their own unique specialization.
CSPO goes global with summer study abroad programs.
Concepts and Tools for a New American Science Policy
Concepts and Tools for a New American Science Policy, presented by Arizona State University’s Consortium for Science, Policy, and Outcomes (CSPO), is a training program in Washington, DC for early career science and technology policy practitioners. The program is built around ten modules held on consecutive Saturdays that explore different aspects of science policy, ranging from strengthening connections between researchers and the public to the role that science plays in confronting and managing uncertainty.
CSPO has a broad network of alumni including former undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs, faculty, employees, and SOtL participants. This network expands the reach of CSPO’s mission.
Other Science and Society Programs
For information about additional ASU science and society programs, visit Arizona State University’s Science and Society page by clicking here.