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  • MIT STS: Transfer Credit
    UAO for final approval Transfer credit form http web mit edu registrar forms reg addcredit pdf Name and description of class from course catalog Name of the college university where the class was taken Course syllabus and list of readings and major assignments if not on the syllabus Copies of at least one or two papers graded or ungraded written for the class Transcript from non MIT institution an original sealed transcript must be sent to the MIT Registrar s Office Requirements Students must receive a B or better in the class The class may not have been taken while the student was in high school Credit will not be given for classes taken at a community college or junior college or for advanced placement exams The STS UAO will evaluate the class to confirm that it is of the same caliber of an MIT subject The UAO has final say on the approval of transfer requests STS concentrators can use only one non MIT subject to fulfill their requirement STS minors and majors can use two non MIT subjects to fulfill their requirement Exceptions may be granted for minors and majors who study abroad MIT students can cross register

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/academic/transfer.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT STS: Graduate Program
    in philosophy The HASTS graduate program is deeply interdisciplinary On one level it seeks to integrate the perspectives of history and the social sciences in understanding the technological world It goes further however by seeking to integrate both these with the study of science and engineering For example faculty and students in the HASTS program collaborate with other MIT faculty and students in the Engineering Systems Division and in the Health Sciences and Technology degree program Obviously it is impossible for any program to cover the full range of problems raised by the multiple interactions of history social studies science and technology As you will see from other parts of this website especially Faculty Calendar and Connections the HASTS program has developed particular strengths primarily dependent upon the research interests of various faculty members The educational philosophy of the program assumes that it is the responsibility of doctoral students to take the initiative to use the resources of HASTS and of MIT more generally to develop their own approach to STS studies The most successful students show a high degree of initiative in doing this and enjoy the relatively open ended nature of the HASTS program The faculty members associated

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/academic/graduate.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT STS: Graduate Class Schedule
    STS 330J 21A 319J 3 0 9 History and Anthropology of Medicine and Biology Tues 2 5 first meeting Jan 26 HSC 252 Stefan Helmreich David Jones STS 441 2 0 10 Technology and Self Technology and Conversation Click here for enrollment information Tues 1 3 E51 061 Sherry Turkle STS 443 meets with STS 043 2 0 7 Technology and Self Science Technology and Memoir Click here for enrollment

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/academic/graduate-class.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT STS: Knight Program
    fellowship program for science and technology journalists in the world In 1981 major grants from the Mellon and Sloan Foundations enabled the creation at MIT of what was then called the Vannevar Bush Science Journalism Fellowship Program In 1987 when the Program received a long term operating grant from the Knight Foundation it was renamed the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship Program Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Deborah Blum became director on

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/academic/knight.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT STS: Related Programs
    collaborates with the Program in Science Technology and Society and the Anthropology Program in sponsoring the MIT doctoral program in History Anthropology and Science Technology and Society HASTS MIT Anthropology Program The Anthropology Program collaborates with the History Section and the Program in Science Technology and Society in sponsoring the MIT doctoral program in History Anthropology and Science Technology and Society HASTS MIT Comparative Media Studies Writing MIT Technology Policy

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/academic/related.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT STS: Double Major in STS
    STS Leads to one diplomas with both majors listed This can also be called double major and goes through the same MIT process as applying for such However since STS cannot be persued as a stand alone major second major is a more accurate description Fourteen subjects as follows One STS Tier I subject One STS Tier II subject Five other STS subjects forming a coherent group of study STS 091 Critical Issues in STS Pre thesis tutorial STS ThT Thesis STS ThU Four subjects related to the historical and social study of science and technology Plus all requirements of the other major field The full degree chart is posted in the MIT Bulletin For more information about MIT guidelines for a double major visit http web mit edu registrar subjects cmtes coc petitions doublemajor html Students must submit a petition to the Committee on Curricula that indicates the desire to work for this second double major The petition must be approved by faculty advisors in the two appropriate departments before students complete the entire program If you are interested in pursuing a major in STS please contact the STS Undergraduate Academic Officer or STS Academic Administrator For students who

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/academic/double.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT STS: Emeriti Faculty
    the History of Science STS E51 093 617 253 4092 lrg mit edu Keller Evelyn Fox Professor of the History and Philosophy of Science Emerita STS E38 093 617 453 4063 efkeller mit edu Keniston Kenneth Andrew W Mellon Professor of Human Development Emeritus STS E51 178 617 253 4055 kken mit edu Marx Leo Senior Lecturer Kenan Professor of American Cultural History Emeritus STS E51 178 617 253 4056

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/people/emeriti.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT STS: Visiting Faculty
    Events Research Publications Media Faculty Emeriti Faculty Visiting Faculty Visiting Research Other Academic Staff Knight Science Journalism Program Students Visiting Faculty Name Title Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT STS Building

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/people/visitingfaculty.html (2016-02-01)
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