As part of CSTEPS SciOPS initiative, we recently partnered with SciLine, a free service for scientists and journalists based at the nonprofit American Association for the Advancement of Science, to conduct a survey on scientists' experiences and opinions on working with the media.
ASU's School of Public Affairs (SPA) continues to provide top-tier graduate programs in public affairs and public policy, according to 2022 U.S. & World Report Rankings.
Ashlee Frandell, will serve as a student leader for the Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM)'s Student Activities Committee.
CSTEPS students and faculty continue a productive semester by presenting 5 papers at the 42 APPAM
Although we are holding our all team meetings via zoom, CSTEPS research is in full swing as we start the fall semester and we are proud to welcome
Dr. Eric Welch has been a recent co-author on several publications that touch on climate change, global science regulation, genomics, and science policy.
COVID-19 and technological change add complexity to challenges and opportunities
CSTEPS is proud to announce the pilot version launch of SciOPS (Scientist Opinion Panel Survey).
CSTEPS research focuses on timely science and technology policy issues on a global scale.
Current CSTEPS PhD student, Heyjie Jung (pictured), CSTEPS Director, Dr. Eric Welch, and CSTEPS alumn Dr.
We are proud to announce that this spring (2020), two of the Center’s PhD students will graduate and continue their great contributions to the fiel
CSTEPS Associate Director, Dr. Mary Feeney, current PhD students, Fengxiu Zhang and Leonor Camarena, and CSTEPS alum, Dr.