Register here for the 2020 Joint 4S/EASST Mentorship Program!
**We are only accepting registration for mentors for the 2020 Mentorship Program. Registration for new mentees is now closed.** Please complete the form below if you would like to participate in the program as a mentor.
During the COVID crisis, mentoring and connecting with each other is more important than ever. So we are happy to announce that the 4S/EASST Mentorship Program will continue this year in a virtual format.
The goal of the program is to exchange ideas with junior scholars and support their career development.
We will match you based on your research interests and then introduce mentors and mentees via email approximately two weeks before the conference. You can then arrange a time to meet virtually during the conference.
A mentoring relationship only assumes one conversation during the annual meeting. We hope that mentoring relationships will also continue with at least two follow-up phone calls, Zoom calls, or email exchanges during the following 12 months.
Please direct any questions about the program to Matthew Harsh (
), 4S Mentorship Program Coordinator.
No acronyms please
In which geographic area are you located?
Central and South America
Please identify your career stage using the following categories:
Graduate Student - Masters
Graduate Student - PhD - Year 1 or 2
Graduate Student - PhD - Year 3 or more
Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer
How many times have you previously attended the 4S Annual Meeting or the EASST Annual Meeting?
3 or more
Would you like to participate as a mentor, mentee or both?
Did you participate in the 4S Mentorship Program last year?
Yes, as a mentee
Yes, as a mentor
Yes, as both a mentor and mentee
Which of the following categories best describes your research?
Sustainable technologies, energy, and environments
Engineering studies or design studies
Ethics or religion and science and technology
Technology, gender, and culture
Media and information technologies
Emerging and converging science and technology
Health, technology and bodies
Globalization, development or postcolonial science and technology
Terrorism, warfare, space and military technologies
Biology, biotechnology, agriculture
Markets and economic sociology
Publics, public engagement, users, theatre studies
Governance, politics, or regulation of science and technology
Please provide TWO further keywords to describe your research
Which of the following methods best describes the majority of your research?
Qualitative - Ethnographic
Qualitative - Other
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