Science, Technology, and Society Program
COVID-19 and Mental Health: A Syndemic of Misinfodemics
Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Reproductive Inequity among Incarcerated Black Women
In my thesis, I will argue that Black incarcerated women face increased reproductive disparities as a result of their multiple marginalized identities. Even though Black women have the fastest growth rate of incarceration there is minimal evidence on how imprisonment...
Cryonics: Definitions of Death and Ethical, Legal, and Moral Implications
Cuba's Agroecological Revolution: Implications for Widespread Adoption
Do straws suck? The drinking straw in American culture: exploring the drinking straw as a symbolic and deeply embedded apparatus in U.S. culture
Drugs, gender, and profit: the continued absence of male contraceptive methods 60 years beyond the pill
Energy Security in the United States Department of Defense: How and why the U.S. Army and Navy are reducing their reliance on fossil fuels and the electrical grid, and what it could mean for the rest of us.
Envisioning Cyborg Hybridity Through Performance Art: A Case Study of Stelarc and His Exploration of Humanity in the Digital Age
In this paper I argue that artistic representation has historically been and continues to be a valuable medium for envisioning new bodily forms and for raising important questions regarding changes in what it means to be human in an era...
Examining the Tension between Public Health and Educational Rights through the Study of Effect of Vaccination Mandate on Childhood Educational Opportunities: Is Childhood Vaccination Mandate Ethically Just for Children’s Educational Rights?
Exploring issues of access to cancer clinical drug trials
Feminized Automobility: Racing the Car as a Cultural and Technological Artifact
There are very few technologies that have so profoundly shaped society as the automobile has. However, what has been a liberating force for some has been an obstacle for others. Since its inception, the automobile has been imbued with masculine...