A large number of faculty, representing diverse programs across two ASU campuses, offer courses applicable to the PSM program, and may serve as mentors for the applied research projects.
Ronald Calhoun (School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy), Associate Professor and Senior Sustainability Scientist, PhD, fluid dynamics and atmospheric sciences, (480) 727-7032, Ronald.Calhoun@asu.edu
Susan Haag (Center for Research on Education in Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology), Associate Research Professional, PhD, performance assessment and project evaluation, (480) 965-7840, email@example.com
Joseph Herkert (School of Applied Arts and Sciences), Lincoln Associate Professor of Ethics and Technology, PhD, social, ethical & policy implications of engineering, (480) 727-1548, Joseph.Herkert@asu.edu
Clark Miller (School of Politics and Global Studies), Associate Professor, Associate Director, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes, & Director, PSM in Science and Technology Policy, PhD, science, technology, & globalization, (480) 965-1778,Clark.Miller@asu.edu
Patrick Phelan School for Engineering of Matter, Transport, & Energy and Senior Sustainability Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability, PhD, thermofluid sciences and sustainable energy, (480) 965-1625, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Seager (School of Sustainable Engineering & the Built Environment), Associate Professor, Ethics education for sustainable engineers, environmental impacts of alternative energy, environmental decision analysis, sustainable theory, Thomas.Seager@asu.edu
Jameson Wetmore (School of Human Evolution & Social Change & the Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes), Assistant Professor, PhD, science, technology, ethics and public policy, (480) 727-0750, Jameson.Wetmore@asu.edu