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  • Ethics and the New Engineer | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Ethics and the New Engineer Reports from the National Academy of Engineering have visualized The Engineer of 2020 2004 and delineated Grand Challenges for Engineering 2008 The reports fall short however on plotting a clear course for the new engineer in contributing to the achievement of ethical and socially responsible outcomes The Grand Challenges report for example scarcely mentions ethics adopts a technocratic stance in equating social progress to technical progress focuses to a great extent on large scale technological fixes and argues that people must adapt to technological change and not the other way around This presentation will provide a critique of the reports especially the Grand Challenges and efforts of engineering educators and professional engineering societies in the wake of the reports suggest a more dynamic characterization of the new engineer and suggest approaches for formulating challenges for engineering that more

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/ethics-and-the-new-engineer (2016-04-29)
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  • Eisenhower's Farewell Address at Fifty | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Eisenhower s Farewell Address at Fifty President Eisenhower s address is mainly remembered for his warning of the perils of a military industrial complex Less widely known but no less important was his caution a few sentences later about the danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific technological elite This seminar explored the historical context and current relevance of Eisenhower s worries about a scientific technological elite CSPO faculty members and authors Dan Sarewitz and G Pascal Zachary spoke along with author and journalist Daniel S Greenberg and journalist and former science analyst for the GAO William Lanouette The panel was moderated by Steve Lagerfeld editor of The Wilson Quarterly Featuring Daniel Sarewitz Co Director Consortium for Science Policy Outcomes Professor of Science

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/eisenhowers-farewell-address-at-fifty (2016-04-29)
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  • Factory Meat and Designer Food: Soon at a Store Near You? | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Factory Meat and Designer Food Soon at a Store Near You Policy makers must grapple with the social implications and governance issues surrounding emerging technologies The August 5 2013 introduction of the first factory hamburger made from stem cells in a production facility followed by its ceremonial consumption is one well publicized example While the cost of the original was over 300 000 estimates are that even using today s technology one could produce factory meat for considerably less perhaps under 500 per kilogram While it is still unclear what technologies will actually be used the implications of such a technological shift ranging from the cultural and social challenges posed by designer food to economic impacts on the beef industry and its suppliers are potentially profound Thus the time to begin thinking about how such a technology

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/factory-meat-and-designer-food-soon-at-a-store-near-you (2016-04-29)
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  • Is STEM Crisis a Myth? | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Is STEM Crisis a Myth It s an issue that has been repeated in countless reports and news stories the United States is facing a looming shortage of scientists technologists engineers and mathematicians a STEM crisis that is The President has repeatedly stated that over the next decade 1 million new STEM graduates will be needed And to make up the difference until then tech companies like Facebook IBM and Microsoft are lobbying to boost the number of H 1B visas temporary immigration permits for skilled workers from 65 000 per year to as many as 180 000 Without these STEM workers the country s ability to innovate and to ensure its national security will be at grave risk And yet numerous studies over the years have shown that in fact there is no such shortage And many critics argue by perpetuating the myth and continuing to pour billions of dollars into STEM programs we are setting up our students our companies and our country for

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/is-stem-crisis-a-myth (2016-04-29)
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  • Creative Nonfiction/Narrative: Forging a Working Bond between Next Generation Science Communicators and Next Generation Science Policy Scholars | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Creative Nonfiction Narrative Forging a Working Bond between Next Generation Science Communicators and Next Generation Science Policy Scholars Communicating science to the general public is difficult But communicating science policy creates even more complexity and challenge for many reasons including the public s incomplete understanding of the ways in which policy is conceived shaped and adapted how economics are fused with potential actions and how policy outcomes are evaluated and measured Compounding the problem science policy scholars are often not experienced nor necessarily comfortable talking to the general public Complicating matters is the fact that science writers are generally more interested in reporting applied science and not policy of which they may be less unaware We will discuss the To Think To Write To Publish a program that bridged those multiple gaps by establishing 12 collaborative 2 person teams comprised of a next generation science policy scholar and a next generation science writer to learn creative nonfiction narrative techniques and to write a creative nonfiction essay together utilizing the scholar s research The results Writers learned much more about the process and importance of research and the key influence of policy and scholars learned

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  • The Boom: How Fracking Ignited the American Energy Revolution and Changed the World | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos The Boom How Fracking Ignited the American Energy Revolution and Changed the World A decade ago Russell Gold noticed something going on in Fort Worth Texas oil drillers were suddenly afire with talk of a strange new phenomenon Employing a new method that seemed a lot more like mining than drilling they were improbably extracting natural gas from rock that had confounded everyone for decades almost imporous shale Since then Gold a senior energy correspondent for The Wall Street Journal has roamed the country investigating the boom created by the Fort Worth discovery It has taken him to an overnight stay with a fracking crew in North Dakota a bumpy ride on a pickup truck with ranchers in south Texas and a hostile welcome by the repair crew on an exploded well in Pennsylvania Along the way he met with neighbors workers oil executives and environmentalists The result is The Boom How Fracking Ignited the American Energy Revolution and Changed the World In his new book Gold unravels the mystery of hydraulic fracturing how it has affected the lives of thousands of Americans propelled a new

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/the-boom-how-fracking-ignited-the-american-energy-revolution-and-changed-the-world (2016-04-29)
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  • The Challenge of Path Dependency and the Need for Anticipatory Governance | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos The Challenge of Path Dependency and the Need for Anticipatory Governance Many experts argue that we need to change a number of our large technological systems in order to adapt to the increasing number of challenges our society faces There are questions about the sustainability of everything from our energy systems to transportation networks But changing such things is never an easy task This is partially a result of a phenomenon known as path dependence a situation in which initial conditions establish a trajectory making changes or reversal increasingly difficult Research on path dependence is critical for understanding how institutions can be adapted to address global change both in the sense of understanding why change is so difficult in some situations and what can be done about it and understanding how negative trajectories can be avoided This presentation will explore how the existence

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  • Soil Carbon Cowboys | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Capital Chapter ASU Alumni Association National Policy Affairs New America Partnership University Innovation Alliance What It Means To Be American Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Soil Carbon Cowboys Filmmaker Peter Byck and leading Grass Fed Beef rancher scientist Allen Williams presented a new 12 minute film Soil Carbon Cowboys Byck and Allen will then discuss the ASU SoilCarbon Nation s regenerative grazing research plans to measure potential benefits carbon sequestration animal health water infiltration retention methane nitrous oxide emissions insect wildlife fungi bacteria populations and rancher well being Featuring Peter Byck Director and Producer Soil Carbon Cowboys and Carbon Nation Professor of Practice School of Sustainability and Cronkite School of Journalism Arizona State University Allen

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