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Jameson Wetmore

Jameson.Wetmore@asu.edu

Assoc Professor
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Mail Code: 2402

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(480)727-0750

Bio

Associate Professor, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Consortium for Science, Policy & Oucomes, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

SHESC Themes: Global Dynamics and Regional Interactions, Urban Societies

Field Specializations: Ethics and Technology, Nanotechnology and Society, Scientific Engagement with Society, Science and Technology Studies,

Regional Focus: International

Curriculum Vitae

Education

Ph.D., Cornell University

Bio

Research:
Jameson Wetmore's work combines the fields of science and technology studies, ethics, and public policy in order to better understand both the interconnected relationships between technology and society and the forces that change those relationships over time. His research spans a broad array of topics and time periods, but most of it comes back to a recurring question: How do people design and create technological systems and, in turn, how do these technological systems help to define, reinforce and propagate specific values?

For instance, Wetmore has studied how the Old Order Amish regulate the technologies they use in order to strengthen their communities. He has examined the complex systems in place in New Orleans to prevent disasters like Katrina, and he has explored how religious thinkers seek to influence the future of nanoscale research and policy.

As part of the Consortium for Science, Policy, and Outcomes and the Center for Nanotechnology in Society, Wetmore works to develop ways for scientists, policymakers and others to think about the future relationships among science, technology and societies. In an effort to create more equitable systems, much of his work thus far has been focused on the ways in which technologies contribute to inequities between people, institutions and countries.

Wetmore's latest project is a joint collaboration between the Center for Nanotechnology in Society and the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network to change the way that technology is addressed at American science museums.  In fall 2012 he helped to train staff from over 50 science centers in how to engage the public in conversations about our collective future and how science and technology can help us reach that future.

He is Associate Director for Engagement and co-leader of TRC1 "Equity, Equality, and Responsibility," for the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at ASU and the national coordinator of Societal and Ethical Implications for the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network. 

Research Interests

I study the ways in which technology and people are interrelated in a number of different contexts.  I study the way the Amish carefully choose their technologies. I look at how the decisions we as a country make about automobile safety reflects our notions of who should be responsible for what.  And I explore how the decisions we make about nanotechnology and other emerging technologies will shape our lives for years to come.

Courses

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 580 Practicum
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
CHM 501 Current Topics in Chemistry
ESS 590 Reading and Conference
ESS 790 Reading and Conference
ESS 792 Research
ESS 799 Dissertation

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 580 Practicum
ASB 584 Internship
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
ESS 590 Reading and Conference
ESS 592 Research
ESS 790 Reading and Conference
ESS 792 Research
ESS 799 Dissertation

Summer 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ESS 792 Research
SOS 320 Society and Sustainability
SOS 321 Policy & Gov in Sustain Systms
SOS 322 Intl Development&Sustainabilty
SOS 494 Special Topics
SOS 498 Pro-Seminar
SOS 598 Special Topics

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 344 Technology and Society
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
CHM 501 Current Topics in Chemistry
ESS 504 Socio-Technological Systems
ESS 592 Research
ESS 790 Reading and Conference
ESS 792 Research
ESS 799 Dissertation
HSD 504 Socio-Technological Systems

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
ESS 790 Reading and Conference
ESS 792 Research
ESS 799 Dissertation

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 484 Internship
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
BIO 499 Individualized Instruction
CHM 501 Current Topics in Chemistry
ESS 504 Socio-Technological Systems
ESS 590 Reading and Conference
ESS 592 Research
ESS 790 Reading and Conference
ESS 792 Research
ESS 799 Dissertation
GCU 598 Special Topics
HSD 504 Socio-Technological Systems

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 344 Technology and Society
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
BIO 495 Undergraduate Research
ESS 790 Reading and Conference
ESS 792 Research

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
CHM 501 Current Topics in Chemistry
ESS 590 Reading and Conference
ESS 592 Research
ESS 790 Reading and Conference
ESS 792 Research
ESS 799 Dissertation
GCU 598 Special Topics
POS 394 Special Topics

Winter 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 344 Technology and Society
SOS 320 Society and Sustainability

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 344 Technology and Society
ASB 492 Honors Directed Study
ASB 493 Honors Thesis
ASB 499 Individualized Instruction
ASB 590 Reading and Conference
ASB 592 Research
ASB 790 Reading and Conference
ASB 792 Research
ASB 799 Dissertation
ESS 590 Reading and Conference
ESS 592 Research
ESS 790 Reading and Conference
ESS 792 Research
ESS 799 Dissertation
HSD 504 Socio-Technological Systems

Summer 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
BIO 590 Reading and Conference

Spring 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 591 Seminar

Fall 2009

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
ASB 394 Special Topics
ASB 591 Seminar
CHM 501 Current Topics in Chemistry
ESS 591 Seminar
MAE 591 Seminar

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Gary Lee Downey, Juan C. Lucena, Donna Riley, and Jameson Wetmore. They’re Here to Help: Social Scientists Enable Engineers to See the Gaps in their own Expertise, Last Word. ASEE Prism (2013).

  2. Jameson M. Wetmore. Creating Space in Science Centers for public discussions about the social aspects of science and technology. Genotype, ESRC Genomics Policy and Research Forum (2013).

  3. Jameson M. Wetmore, Ira Bennett, Ali Jackson, and Brad Herring. Nano and Society Guide. National Informal Science Education Network (2013).

  4. Rae Ostman, Brad Herring, Ali Jackson, Ira Bennett, and Jameson Wetmore. Making Meaning Through Conversations about Science and Society," Exhibitionist. Exhibitionist (2013).

  5. Jameson M. Wetmore. A Place for Religion in Nanotechnology Debates. Covalence (2012).

  6. Jameson M. Wetmore. Series of entries in CSPO’s blog - As We Now Think: "We’re Becoming a Bit More Amish" (December 24, 2012); "The Frustrations of a Luddite Handwasher" (December 20); "Dubai: Technology or Freedom" (October 31, 2012).. As We Now Think (2012).

  7. Richard Milford and Jameson M. Wetmore. A New Model for Public Engagement: the Dialogue on Nanotechnology and Religion. Sean A. Hays, Jason Scott Robert, Clark A. Miller and Ira Bennett (eds.), Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future (New York, NY: Springer) (2012).

  8. Rider Foley, Ira bennett, and Jameson M. Wetmore. Practitioners' views on Responsibility: Applying Nanoethics. Nanoethics (2012).

  9. Book chapter: Jameson M. Wetmore. Aider les scientifiques et le public a reflechir aux implications d’ensemble des nanotechnologies (Etats-Unis). La Science et le Débat Public. Actes Sud (2012).

  10. Jameson M. Wetmore. Inside the Engineer’s Studio,". NISE Net (2012).

  11. Jameson M. Wetmore. Nano and Society videos. NISE Net (2012).

  12. Jameson M. Wetmore. The Value of the Social Sciences for Maximizing the Public Benefits of Engineering. The Bridge (the Journal of the National Academy of Engineering) (2012).

  13. Jamey Wetmore. New Technology is Making us More like the Amish. Slate's Future Tense (2012).

  14. Jameson M. Wetmore. 2011 Series of CSPO Soapbox entries on the School of Sustainability Study Abroad Program in Dubai: "Technologies of Distance," "Sustainability vs. Awesomeness," "Trip to Masdar," and "What to do when the Cranes Stop," January 5-18.. CSPO Soapbox (2011).

  15. Jameson M. Wetmore. Other miscellaneous CSPO Soapbox entries including: "In search of pro-poor nanotechnology in South Africa: From cell phones to nanotech" (July 8, 2011); "The internet is not created equal" (April 27, 2011).. CSPO Soapbox (2011).

  16. Jameson M. Wetmore. View from the Street - A World of Traffic Jams. Newsletter of the International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic, and Mobility (2011).

  17. Raghubir Sharan, Yashowanta N. Mohapatra, and Jameson M. Wetmore. Technical Education and Indian Society: the Role of Values. The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Vol. II: Nanotechnology and the Challenges of Equity, Equality, and Development, edited by Susan E. Cozzens and Jameson M. Wetmore, Springer. (2011).

  18. Edited book: Susan E. Cozzens and Jameson M. Wetmore. The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume II: Nanotechnology and the Challenges of Equity, Equality, and Responsibility. Springer (2011).

  19. Book chapter: Raghubir Sharan, Yashowanta N. Mohapatra, and Jameson M. Wetmore. Technical Education and Indian Society: The Role of Values. The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Vol. II: The Challenges of Equity, Equality, and Development. Springer (2011).

  20. Book chapter: Susan E. Cozzens and Jameson M. Wetmore. Introduction to the book and introductions to all 26 chapters. The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Vol. II: The Challenges of Equity, Equality, and Development. Springer (2011).

  21. Jameson M. Wetmore. Benny the Bear. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. Sage (2010).

  22. Jameson M. Wetmore. Religion. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. Sage (2010).

  23. Jameson M. Wetmore. Society, Religion and Technology Project, Church of Scotland. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. Sage (2010).

  24. Richard Milford and Jameson M. Wetmore. American Scientific Affiliation: A Fellowship of Christians in Science. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. Sage (2010).

  25. Richard Milford and Jameson M. Wetmore. Journal of Lutheran Ethics. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. Sage (2010).

  26. Susan Cozzens and Jameson M. Wetmore. Equity. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. Sage (2010).

  27. Jameson M. Wetmore. 2010 Series of Blogs on the 2010 IHEST Conference: "Science and the Public Debate," "Values and Airplane Food," "The Deficit Model," "Benny was the Star," "Consensus Conferences," and "Engaging Policymakers: Not an Academic Exercise," August 24 – September 7.. CSPO Soapbox (2010).

  28. Jameson M. Wetmore. Science’s Influence: Response to ‘Science’s Uncertain Authority in Policy’ by John Marburger. Issues in Science and Technology (2010).

  29. Jameson M. Wetmore. The Dangers of Hype and Hope. CSPO Soapbox (2010).

  30. Jameson M. Wetmore. The View from a Tuc-Tuc. CSPO Soapbox (2009).

  31. Jameson M. Wetmore and Jonathan D. Posner. Should Corporations Contribute to Nano-Regulation?. Nanotoday (2009).

  32. Jameson M. Wetmore, Ira Bennett, William H. Hooke, and Tim Miller. Scientists: Listen Up!. Science (2009).

  33. Joan McGregor Jameson M. Wetmore. Researching and Teaching the Ethics and Social Implications of Emerging Technologies in the Laboratory. Nanoethics (2009).

  34. Lori Hidinger and Jameson Wetmore. Technology and the Big Game. CSPO Soapbox (2009).

  35. Book chapter: Jameson M. Wetmore. Implementing Restraint: Automobile Safety and the U.S. Debate over Technological and Social Fixes. Car Troubles. Ashgate (2009).

  36. Joe Herkert and Jameson M. Wetmore. Integrating Microethics and Macroethics in Graduate Science and Engineering Education: Developing Instructional Models. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings (2009).

  37. Clark Miller David Guston Daniel Barben Jameson Wetmore Cynthia Selin Erik Fisher. Nanotechnology & Society: Ideas for Education and Engagement. NISE Net Nanodays materials (2008).

  38. Jameson Wetmore. Engineering with Uncertainty: Monitoring Air Bag Performance. Science and Engineering Ethics (2008).

  39. Johnson, Deborah G. Wetmore, Jameson Michael. Technology & Society: Building our Sociotechnical Future. The MIT Press (2008).

  40. Edited book: Fisher, Erik Selin, Cynthia Wetmore, Jameson Michael. The Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume I: Presenting Futures. Springer (2008).

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Presentations

  1. Jameson M. Wetmore Designing the Driver Out of the Equation: America’s Response to Traffic Fatalities. Science, Technology & Innovation Studies Seminar Series, Edinburgh, Scotland. (Nov 2013).
  2. Jameson M. Wetmore & Ira Bennett Social and Ethical Implications of Nanotechnology. NNIN REU Convocation, Atlanta, Georgia. (Aug 2013).
  3. Jameson M. Wetmore Nano around the World. 1st Common Summer school of ERASynBio and ST-Flow: Synthetic Biology in Action, Madrid. (Jul 2013).
  4. Jameson M. Wetmore Education and Training Panel. Sixth International Meeting on Synthetic Biology (SB 6.0), Imperial College, London. (Jul 2013).
  5. Jameson M. Wetmore Embracing Design for Safety… or… How to Change an Entire Industry’s Approach to Safety. Prevention through Design for Construction, Harvard University Faculty Club. (Apr 2013).
  6. Jameson M. Wetmore Engaging the Public in Conversations about Nano and Society. NISE Net Network Wide Meeting, Cambridge, MA. (Dec 2012).
  7. Jameson M. Wetmore and Ira M. Bennett Workshop on Facilitating Conversations on the Science Museum Floor: Engaging Visitors in the social aspects of science and technology. ESRC Genomics Policy & Research Forum, University of Edinburgh, Scotland. (Nov 2012).
  8. Jameson M. Wetmore Teaching Ethics, Policy & Societal Implications of Research to Scientists and Engineers: Outlining Content. Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Boston, MA. (Nov 2012).
  9. Jameson M. Wetmore The Need for Local Sensitivities in International Standards,. International Workshop: Engineering Ethics for a Globalized World (EGW12), University of Illinois. (Oct 2012).
  10. Jameson M. Wetmore Whose Nano is it Anyway? Exploring the equity implications of nanotechnology through an interactive game. Society for Social Studies of Science, Copenhagen, Denmark. (Oct 2012).
  11. Jameson M. Wetmore STS Concepts and Educational Approaches for Engaging the Public in Nanotechnology and Society. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET), Univer. (Oct 2012).
  12. Jameson M. Wetmore STS Engagements with Science Centers: Bringing Broader Implications to the Museum Floor. Society for Social Studies of Science, Copenhagen, Denmark. (Oct 2012).
  13. Jameson M. Wetmore Facilitating Reflection on Nanotechnology and Society: Actively Engaging the Public to Think about our Collective Future. ND Nano Seminar, University of Notre Dame. (Sep 2012).
  14. Jameson M. Wetmore Social Studies of Technology and Religion. Nano Impacts Group Seminar, University of Notre Dame. (Sep 2012).
  15. Jameson M. Wetmore Ecology Governance Challenges Presented by Emerging Technologies. Science Beyond the Field: a Policy (dis)Orientation Workshop, Ecological Society of America. (Aug 2012).
  16. Jameson M. Wetmore Inclusive Innovation for Inclusive Development. Gordon Research Conference on Science and Technology Policy. (Aug 2012).
  17. Jameson M. Wetmore Negotiating Responsibility: Automotive Safety as a Parable for thinking about liability. Harvard University's: Safety in Design and Construction: A Lifecycle Approach. (Apr 2012).
  18. Joseph Herkert, heather Canary, karin Ellison, and Jameson M. Wetmoer Integrating Microethics and Macroethics in Graduate Science and Engineering Education. Annual Meeting fo the Society for Social Studies of Science. (Nov 2011).
  19. Jameson M. Wetmore Equity, Equality, and Responsibility. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. (Nov 2011).
  20. Joseph Herkert, heather Canary, Karin Ellison, and Jameson M. Wetmoer Teaching Social and Ethical Implications of Research to Scientists and Engineers. Annual Meeting fo the Society for Social Studies of Science. (Nov 2011).
  21. Jameson M. Wetmore The Challenges of Equity, Equality, and Development. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. (Nov 2011).
  22. Jameson M. Wetmore The Challenge of Path Dependency and the Need for Anticipatory Governance. New Tools for Science Policy. (Oct 2011).
  23. Jameson M. Wetmore New Technologies - New Risks? What are the implications of a technologically complex world on the way we think about the risks of novel technologies and practices?. Symposium on Risk Uncertainty and Sustainable Innovation. (Sep 2011).
  24. Jameson M. Wetmore Restraining the Disobedient Driver. Road Safety in History. (Jul 2011).
  25. Jameson M. Wetmore Swimming Upstream: When Scientists and Engineers are More Concerned about Science & Technology than the Public. Upsteam Engagement with Science and Technology: Opportunities and Challenges: A mini symposium. (Jul 2011).
  26. Jameson M. Wetmore Late Lessons from Early History: Change is Hard. American Society for Environmental History Annual Meeting. (Apr 2011).
  27. Jameson M. Wetmore Late Lessons from Early History: Change is Hard. American Society for Environmental History Annual Meeting. (Apr 2011).
  28. Jameson M. Wetmore The Challenges of Path Dependance and the Need for Anticipatory governance. Resilience 2011. (Mar 2011).
  29. Jameson M. Wetmore Embracing Design for Safety. Safety in Design and Construction: A LIfecycle Approach. (Mar 2011).
  30. Jameson M. Wetmore Engaging the Public in Societal Issues. Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network Annual Meeting, San Francisco. (Oct 2010).
  31. Jameson M. Wetmore Scenarios. Emerging Terraformations: Climate Change, Geoengineering and Science Fiction. (Oct 2010).
  32. Jameson M. Wetmore Nano and Society: The American Experience. IHEST European Summer School: Which Place for Science in the Public Debate?. (Aug 2010).
  33. Jameson M. Wetmore Science Outside the Lab. Annual Symposium of the International Research Training Group, University of Rothenberge. (Jul 2010).
  34. Jameson M. Wetmore What have we learned? Where do we go from here?. The Rightful Place of Science. (May 2010).
  35. Jameson M. Wetmore Opportunities for Engaging with the Public. Asilomar International Conference on Climate Intervention Technologies. (Mar 2010).
  36. Jameson M. Wetmore Negotiating Responsibility: Automotive Safety as a Parable for thinking about Liability. Safety in Design and Construction: A Lifecycle Approach, Harvard School of Public Health. (Feb 2010).
  37. Jameson M. Wetmore Lessons of Engagement: Learning from Policymakers and the Public. Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. (Feb 2010).
  38. Jameson M. Wetmore Best Practices of NSECs and MRSECs for Advancing NSE Education - Diversity Aspects. NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Grantees Conference. (Dec 2009).
  39. David H. Guston and Jameson M. Wetmore Overview of CNS-ASU. NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Grantees Conference. (Dec 2009).
  40. Jameson M. Wetmore Getting your First Academic Job. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science. (Oct 2009).

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Wetmore,Jameson Michael * . Doctoral Dissertation Research: Imagining community renewable electricity Treviso Italy and Flagstaff Arizona. NSF-SES (3/15/2014 - 2/28/2015).
  2. Wetmore,Jameson Michael * Zachary,Gregg Pascal . Capacity Building in Computer Science as a Driver of Innovation. NSF-SES (9/15/2013 - 8/31/2015).
  3. Wetmore,Jameson Michael * Bennett,Ira Mccoy . ASU Site: National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network - SEI Activities Supplement. CORNELL UNIV (7/1/2013 - 6/30/2014).
  4. Panchanathan,Sethuraman * , Panchanathan,Sethuraman * , Artiles,Alfredo , Baker,Dale Rose , Boradkar,Prasad , Candan,Kasim Selcuk , Fonow,Mary Margaret , Hedgpeth,Terri M , Hurlbut,James Benjamin , Klein,Jay Frederic , Li,Baoxin , Mcdaniel,Troy Lee , Miller,Clark Anson , Miller,Clark Anson , Nallure Balasubramanian,Vineet , Santello,Marco , Wetmore,Jameson Michael , Wilcox,M Jeanne , Wilcox,M Jeanne , . IGERT: Person-centered Technologies and Practices for Individuals with Disabilities. NSF-EHR (8/15/2011 - 7/31/2016).
  5. Ellison,Karin D * Herkert,Joseph Raymond Herkert,Joseph Raymond Wetmore,Jameson Michael Wetmore,Jameson Michael . Developing and Assessing Macroethics Modules for the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative Responsible Conduct of Research Courses. NSF-SES (10/1/2010 - 12/31/2013).
  6. Guston,David H * , Bennett,Ira Mccoy , Boradkar,Prasad , Corley,Elizabeth , Fisher,Erik , Lim,Merlyna , Lobo,Jose A , Lobo,Jose A , Meldrum,Deirdre Ruth , Miller,Clark Anson , Seager,Thomas Payson , Selin,Cynthia Lea , Selin,Cynthia Lea , Van Der Leeuw,Sander , Van Der Leeuw,Sander , Wetmore,Jameson Michael , Wiek,Arnim , Wiek,Arnim , . NSEC/Center for Nanotechnology at ASU. NSF-SES (9/15/2010 - 8/31/2015).
  7. Miller,Clark Anson * , Miller,Clark Anson * , Andino,Jean M , Chhetri,Netra B , Chhetri,Netra B , Golden,Jay Stuart , Herkert,Joseph Raymond , Herkert,Joseph Raymond , Vivoni,Enrique , Vivoni,Enrique , Wetmore,Jameson Michael , Wetmore,Jameson Michael , . Partnership for Education on Climate Change Engineered Systems and Society. NAE (9/15/2010 - 8/31/2013).
  8. Bryan,Harvey John * , Aggarwal,Rimjhim M , Goodnick,Stephen Marshall , Goss,Jeffrey , Haag,Susan G , Herkert,Joseph Raymond , Honsberg,Christiana B , James,Timothy Jon , Maracas,George Nicolas , Miller,Clark Anson , Nielsen,David Ross , Pasqualetti,Martin J , Phelan,Patrick E , Posner,Jonathan Dov , Reddy,T Agami , Reddy,T Agami , Squires,Kyle D , Tamizhmani,Govindasamy , Wetmore,Jameson Michael , Zhang,Yong-Hang , . Science Master's Program: Solar Energy Engineering Commercialization. NSF-EHR (7/1/2010 - 9/30/2013).
  9. Herkert,Joseph Raymond * , Allenby,Braden Richard , Bennett,Ira Mccoy , Canary,Heather Elaine , Ellison,Karin D , Guston,David H , Mcgregor,Joan Lucy , Posner,Jonathan Dov , Wetmore,Jameson Michael , Williams,Joann Clara , . Integrating Microethics and Macroethics in Graduate Science and Engineering Education: Development and Assessment of Instructional Models. NSF-SES (10/1/2008 - 9/30/2012).
  10. Guston,David H * , Bennett,Ira Mccoy , Boradkar,Prasad , Boradkar,Prasad , Boradkar,Prasad , Carlson,Marilyn P , Conz,David B , Corley,Elizabeth , Corley,Kevin Gene , Fisher,Erik , Hackett,Edward John , Meldrum,Deirdre Ruth , Miller,Clark Anson , Monahan,Torin Michael , Nelson,Alan C , Poste,George Henry , Robert,Jason , Sarewitz,Daniel , Sarewitz,Daniel , Sarewitz,Daniel , Sarewitz,Daniel , Schneider,Anne L , Selin,Cynthia Lea , Wetmore,Jameson Michael , . NSEC: Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University. NSF-SBE (9/21/2007 - 3/31/2012).

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Service

  1. Arizona Science Center Nano Around the World, Facilitated Nano Around the World for Adult Night at the Museum (2013 - present)
  2. Yard Gnome Bookstore's "Books and Beakers", Science Cafe Speaker (2012 - present)
  3. World Wide Views on Biodiversity, Facilitator (2012 - present)
  4. Spring STEMfest, Co-Organizer and Participant (2012 - present)
  5. Maumee Valley Country Day School, Invited Keynote Speaker (2012 - present)
  6. Arizona Science Center Science Cafe, Speaker (2012 - present)
  7. Berkeley Hall of Science, presenter (2011 - present)
  8. Technology and Culture, Reviewer (2011 - present)
  9. Nano Today, reviewer (2011 - present)
  10. Science & Engineering Ethics, Reviewer (2011 - present)
  11. ASU Informal Science Communication Project, co-ordganizer (2010 - present)
  12. ASU Informal Science Communication Project, co-ordganizer (2010 - present)
  13. Arizona Science Center, co-ordganizer (2010 - present)
  14. Professional Science Masters Program in Solar Engineering and Commercialization, Faculty (2010 - present)
  15. Professional Science Masters Program in Solar Engineering and Commercialization, Faculty (2010 - present)
  16. Professional Science Masters Program in Solar Engineering and Commercialization, Faculty (2010 - present)
  17. Triple Helix: The International Journal of Science, Society, and Law at Arizona State University, Faculty Review Board (2009 - present)
  18. Triple Helix: The International Journal of Science, Society, and Law at Arizona State University, Faculty Review Board (2009 - present)
  19. Triple Helix: The International Journal of Science, Society, and Law at Arizona State University, Reviewer (2009 - present)
  20. CLAS Science and Society Committee, member (2008 - present)
  21. Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology PhD Program, Executive Committee (2007 - present)
  22. Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology PhD Program, Executive Committee (2007 - present)
  23. Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology PhD Program, Executive Committee (2007 - present)
  24. International Journal of Technoethics, Editorial Board (2009 - 2014)
  25. SHESC's undergraduate curriculum committee, chair (2012 - 2014)
  26. The Quanta Foundation, Faculty Review Board (2012 - 2014)
  27. Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network, Content Steering Group (2010 - 2014)
  28. I served as a reviewer for many of the major journals in STS (see in Add Info), Reviewer (2012 - 2013)
  29. International Journal of Technoethics, Editorial Board (2009 - 2013)
  30. Applied Ethics Review Committee, Member (2012 - 2013)
  31. SHESC's undergraduate curriculum committee, chair (2012 - 2013)
  32. Center for Nanotechnology in Society - ASU Nanodays presentation, co-organizer (2013)
  33. SHESC Targeted Hire Search Committee, Co-Chair (2012 - 2013)
  34. Global Engagement Committee, Member (2012)
  35. I served as a reviewer for many of the major journals in STS (see in Add Info), Reviewer (2012)
  36. NSF's Science, Technology, and Society Program, Reviewer (2012)
  37. MIT Press's Inside Technology Series, Book manuscript Reviewer (2012)
  38. Center for Nanotechnology in Society - ASU Nanodays presentation, co-organizer (2012)
  39. SHESC 7 year program review self study committee, Member (2011 - 2012)
  40. Congress on Teaching the Social and Ethical Implications of Research, Organizer (2010 - 2011)

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