The Center for Science, Technology, and Society (CSTS) provides opportunities for humanists, scientists (social, behavioral, and natural), and engineers to collaborate on innovative research that addresses how science and technology shape, and are shaped by, our society, culture, politics, and the environment.

S&T's first Biomedical Humanities Symposium, co-sponsored with the Center for Biomedical Research, took place on April 11th.  If you participated in the Symposium as a presenter or an audience member, please click on this link to provide some feedback about your experience.  We think the Symposium was quite successful, but are very interested in improving the experience for all in the future.  Take the survey!