About Science, Engineering and Technology Policy – Video Resources
- Why Science and Technology Policy – David Allen Grier
- The Role of Scientists in Policy and Politics – Roger Pielke, Jr.
- The “Complicated” Relationship Between Science and Policy – Chris Tyler
- Technology, Policy and Politics – Commonwealth Club
- U.S. Science and Technology Policy – John Holdren (2017)
- Science Policy in a Global Context – Kandeh Yumkella
- Science, Technology and Innovation – European Parliament (Europe 2020 and the role of EP’s Science and Technology Options Assessment – STOA)
- So You Want to Work in Science Policy? – Union of Concerned Scientists (Panel Session)
- Science Policy as a Career for PhDs – Jennifer Hobin
Public Policy Generally
- The Influence of Policy – Amy Hanauer
- Understanding and Changing Public Policy – Nicholas Charney
- Working With Wicked Problems – Philippe Vandenbroeck
These video links are provided for informational purposes to help increase awareness of science, engineering and technology policy and assist viewers seeking to develop a better understanding of significant issues, how policy-making processes work, and/or how the engineering profession can contribute to sound public policy-making. The views expressed are not necessarily those of the IEEE, and no endorsement of particular videos or presenters should be attributed.