STPP in the Community

Faculty and students influence science and technology policy throughout the year. 

Faculty thought leaders regularly contribute to the public discourse and testify before Congress. Students have opportunities for hands-on learning by meeting with policymakers and their staff. 

"We are not accustomed to thinking about equity in context of innovation. In recent years, we have begun to recognize that marginalized communities are often unable to access the benefits of science and technology, but may be disproportionately subject to the harms."

Shobita Parthasarathy, in her testimony before the U.S. House Committee of Science, Space, and Technology, Subcommittee on Energy on July 16, 2021. 

Community Partnerships Initiative

STPP respects and values community expertise and is dedicated to integrating these voices into public and policy conversations about science and technology. We listen and learn from communities, then provide tools to engage in technical and policy advocacy.
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Faculty expert

Green on tech ethics in Fortune and Slate

With public controversies—from hacking threats and data security to fake news and manipulating algorithms—do the ethics of technological advancement have any influence on the companies' behaviors? Ben Green investigates.
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