Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program

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Related Past Events

STPP Lecture Series
Has science and technology policymaking changed during the Trump Administration? How? What do the US politics of science and technology look like in 2018? Join us for a lively panel discussion featuring University of Michigan graduates working in science and technology policy in Washington, D.C.
2018 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Join us at the Ford School for a career panel with University of Michigan alumni working in science and technology policy in Washington, D.C.
2018 - 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
STPP Lecture Series
Human experience is the frontline of emerging environmental health problems. This talk discusses how we can more successfully build a research infrastructure for this frontline of experience.
2017 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
The STPP -affiliated student group, InSPIRE, is hosting a movie night of Ex Machina next Thursday, February 16th at 6pm in 1230 Weill Hall. Dinner will be provided. Please plan to attend the screening and discussion of this independent science fiction psychological thriller film!
2017 - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Katie Reeves is the Engagement and Communications Lead for the US Global Change Research Program's National Coordination Office. She is in charge of developing a strategy for the program's engagement with both Federal partners and non-Federal stakeholder communities (e.g., academia, practitioners, professional organizations, community leaders, interested public). She is also the liaison to the Social Sciences Coordinating Committee, working to better integrate social sciences into Federal global change research. Finally, she oversees more traditional communications work including maintaining a web presence and product development/roll-out. She holds a BA, MPP, and STPP certificate from the University of Michigan.
2017 - 11:30 am to 1:00 pm