In the United States and in most of Europe, when we think health, we think doctors–white-coated, extensively trained M.D.s.–but up to 80% of the world´s population practices medicine very differently. What are some of the characteristics of these alternative frameworks for understanding health and illness? Can multiple frameworks coexist in peace? Graduating seniors Lauren Imbornoni [...]
In the second of a two-part series with ASU professor Jameson Wetmore, he and host Ellen DuPont cover the intersection of religion and nanotechnology, the technological ethics of GM foods in Africa, and how to keep control over your iPhone, instead of the other way around. Guest: Jameson Wetmore Listen to the Podcast (7.1 MB; [...]
What do the Amish have to teach us about the human-technology relationship? Have you ever felt the temptation to text message in class or wondered how much power you have over your technology – or vice versa? Join host Ellen DuPont for part one of a two part series with ASU professor Jameson Wetmore as they discuss Amish views of technology, the ways that technology and society interact, and what that means for policymakers, engineers, and the everyday technology user.
Responding to a call to action published in The Root, Zain Pasha explains why demonstrating accountability for U.S. torture is crucial to U.S. national security
Presenter: Mounica Yanamandala, Chief Marketing Officer For TTH to expand and capture local and international attention, we need to function as a cohesive organization. This uniformity presents TTH as a professional organization, one that can be taken seriously by both renowned faculty and corporate sponsors. Come learn about the new Marketing Toolkit and discuss ways [...]
Presenters: Jim Snyder, Chief Financial Officer The Triple Helix is an international non-profit organization that focuses on the intersection of science, society, and law — Phew, that’s a mouthful! Pinpointing what TTH is all about in a nutshell is always something that we all have struggled with, so this discussion will highlight some ways in [...]
Presenters: Bharat Kilaru, CEO and Jennifer Ong, COO North America The Triple Helix is an international non-profit organization that focuses on the intersection of science, society, and law — Phew, that’s a mouthful! Pinpointing what TTH is all about in a nutshell is always something that we all have struggled with, so this discussion will [...]
Presenters: David Edwards, President of TTH@ASU In 2009, The Triple Helix Forum podcast was launched, the first of its kind among all international TTH Chapteres. It serves as an additional avenue for students to explore the intersection of science and society. The podcast features student interests with Arizona State University professors, whose research or interests [...]
Presenters: Karen Hong, Executive Director of Science Policy and Fancesca Day, COO Europe, and Paul Shiu, Science Policy International Team Science Cafes and outreach activities with high school students are a great addition to any Science Policy division. They are opportunities to widen your Chapter’s impact beyond your University. In this workshop, we will discuss [...]
Presenters: Dayan Li, Executive Editor in Chief and Chika Okaneme, Chief Production Officer This session will review and discuss the 2010-2011 literary-production cycle, which for the first time integrated literary and production efforts in an attempt to streamline the editing and publication processes for the print journal. One of the goals of this session is [...]
Presenters: Robert Qi and Linda Xia, Senior Literary Editors This workshop is designed for all Triple Helix writers and editors. It will cover the essentials of writing engaging, informative, and powerful SSR articles, including topic selection, article structure, and prose style. For current and aspiring TTH editors, this workshop will also present ways of developing [...]
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