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What is STS?
- We’re an academic department in the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (SHASS).
- Our scholars bring methods from the humanities and social sciences to understanding science, technology, and medicine around the world.
- Learn more about our 15 faculty members and all of their areas of research here.
How do undergraduates engage with STS?
- Take one or more of our subjects to help fulfill your HASS requirement (we have 48 HASS undergrad classes, 11 of which are CI-H)
- Do a HASS concentration in STS. The concentration in STS simply consists of three STS subjects.
- Complete a minor (5 of the 6 classes can count towards your HASS requirement)
- Double or joint major
- Do a HASS concentration in Computing & Society
Want to learn more? Click on the links below to hear from an STS major…
What is an STS class like? How did your STS instructor support your learning?
How have STS classes provided a critical look at issues of race, racism and/or inequality?
How have STS classes influenced your approach to and/or view of your major course of study?
How do you think your STS classes will help you have an impact on the world through your profession?
AY 2021-2022 Undergraduate Subjects
|Title & Info
||Technology in American History
||Ancient Greeks to Modern Geeks: A History of Science (CI-H)
||Intersections: Science, Technology, and the World
||Data and Society
||Science Activism: Gender, Race, and Power
||Gender, Race, and Environmental Justice
||History of Manufacturing in America
||Environment and History (CI-H)
||Science in American Life, 1920-2020
||A Global History of Commodities (CI-H)
||Technology and Self: Science, Technology, and Memoir
||Technology and Self: Things and Thinking
||Science of Race, Sex, and Gender
||African Americans in Science, Technology, and Medicine
||The Long War Against Cancer (CI-H)
||Anthropology of Biology
||DV Lab: Documenting Science (CI-H)
||Anthropology of Sound
||Art, Craft, Science
||Technology and Culture
||Innovation Systems for Science, Technology, Energy, Manufacturing, and Health
||Computers and Social Change
||Cultures of Computing
||Biography in Science
For Questions contact:
Professor Dwai Banerjee