Chad Monfreda, a Ph.D. Candidate in CSPO’s HSD Program, reflects on how a growing circle of new conservationists are shaking the bedrock of modern conservation movement.
Heather Ross, a graduate student in CSPO’s HSD program, says the 2012 documentary The Waiting Room explores the issues of healthcare delivered via emergency room.
“The best way to keep a secret is not to tell anybody, and if you have a real secret, I’d strongly advise you to never tell a computer.” CSPO PhD student Michael Burnam-Fink shares his take on privacy and Big Data.
Recent ASU graduate Travis McKnight explains the potential of biofuels and how it could benefit society.
Latasha Ball and Eric Kennedy, students of CSPO faculty member Gregg Zachary, provide a revealing glimpse of two parallel technological systems in the Navajo nation in northern Arizona.
Gwen Ottinger sets about answering important questions about the pursuit of “responsible innovation,” and the barriers to achieving it, in an important new book, Refining Expertise: How Responsible Engineers Subvert Environmental Justice Challenges.”
All of us at the Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes at Arizona State University mourn the passing of our colleague, assistant research professor David Conz.
All good things must come to an end. Here is the final video from CSPO faculty members Jamey Wetmore and Ira Bennett.
In this post, Jayanta Chatterjee examines the quality of children’s education in America.