The Science Studies Program at UC San Diego was established in 1989. At present, the Program involves twenty core faculty members and forty-two graduate students from the Program's "home" departments of communication, history, philosophy, and sociology. Students and faculty in the Program are committed to working toward deeper understanding of scientific knowledge in its full cultural and historical context. The Program offers students an opportunity to integrate the perspectives developed within the communication of science, history of science, sociology of science, and philosophy of science, while receiving a thorough training at the professional level in one of those disciplines.
For further information on the Science Studies graduate program or minor in Science, Technology, and Society, write, call, or e-mail:
Science Studies Program
University of California, San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive #0113
La Jolla, CA 92093
Staff office: HSS 1003, 1st floor