A prescription for A Undisciplined Approach to Understanding Brain Injuries
Part art, part science, part ethnography. Professor Denielle Elliott is pushing the disciplinary boundaries of anthropology with a new ethnographic research project aimed at bridging the gap between science and the embodied, felt experiences of those living with a brain injury.
Non-traditional theses becoming new tradition for Faculty of Graduate Studies
Being receptive to non-traditional theses is increasingly important, said Kean Birch, associate professor and graduate program director for the Science & Technology Studies program, because only 40 per cent of graduate students go into academia, so their dissertations need not be geared toward that end.
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Alumni in the News
Dr. Francesc G. Rodríguez
Francesc Rodríguez’s research draws on the notion of imaginaries to elucidate the co-creation of environmental knowledge and policies in manifold human and non-human contexts.
Lina Beatriz Pinto García
Research Affiliate at Oxford University’s Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS) and Postdoctoral Researcher at Universidad de los Andes' Interdisciplinary Center for Development Studies (CIDER)
Dr. Eleanor Louson
Meet Dr. Eleanor Louson, an Academic Specialist at the Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology at Michigan State University and an instructor at Lyman Briggs College.
The Graduate Program in Science & Technology Studies at York is an exciting environment to pursue innovative, socially engaging, career-ready education. Contact our Graduate Program Assistant to learn more.