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Caroline Smith
My favorite part of being an STS Peer Advisor was building my relationship with department heads and other STS students. This was something that I would have not otherwise been able to experience had I not taken on the role as an STS peer advisor.
Caroline Smith, STS Student and Peer Advisor
Karina El Baze
The STS curriculum offers an incredible variety of courses that has provided me with a broad education while also allowing me to specialize in subject areas of my choice. Every class I take informs what I have learned in previous classes from a whole new perspective. To me, that is the crux of a great undergraduate education.
Karina El Baze, STS Student and Peer Advisor
Molly Mitchel
In my STS classes, I’ve learned the importance of considering a situation from various perspectives including the social, historical, cultural, technical, and economical. Using this STS mindset, I’ve been able to think about situations more critically and develop more nuanced arguments.
Molly Mitchel, STS Student and Peer Advisor
Sawyer Altman
The ideas that I uncovered in the STS Honors Program will help generally frame my outlook on the world and help me shape my personal and professional philosophies as I go. The communicative skills are universally-relevant. My deepened understanding of the process of producing public knowledge gives me a strong foundation as a citizen and thinker.
Sawyer Altman, STS Honors Program
Writing an honors thesis was an exceptional opportunity to connect all the topics I had learn in class, and apply them into a year-long interdisciplinary research project, which is very closely related to technology entrepreneurship in consumer electronics. It was a way to develop skills and apply them in a very customized field of my choosing.
Lucas Agudiez Roitman, STS Honors Program
Sophia Laurenzi
Through conversations with my advisor and people in the STS Honors Program, I shifted my thesis to a more nuanced puzzle: we have so much neuroscience research that shows young adults are still developing, so why is 18 still the hard-line boundary for criminal responsibility? Why has the science not merged with the law?
Sophia Laurenzi, STS Honors Program