Lock, Simon J
Dr Simon J Lock is a Lecturer in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at University College London. His research focuses on the governance of science, sociology of new technology and science in public. His focus is interdisciplinary examining the public dimensions of new science and technology from sociological, historical and policy-related perspectives.
> simon.lock (at) ucl.ac.uk
> 020 7679 3763
> 22 Gordon Square, room 1.2
An Education for Global Citizenship is part of UCL's overall teaching and learning strategy. You can learn more about the strategy here.
Simon has, over the past five years, been part of a small team responsible for the introduction of new teaching and learning for global citizenship in the STS department. As part of this the Department now runs a study abroad programme in Global Citizenship for overseas students and has embedded global citizenship activities as a core part of our own undergraduate degrees.
Watch one of our past students talk about the programme.
Go to our study abroad webpages for more information, videos and application details on the study abroad programme.
Our suite of global citizenship courses for 2012-13 are:
HPSC2014 Science Policy Issues in Global Perspective (formerly Science, Technology and Global Citizenship)
HPSC2016 Globalization in Theory and Practice (formerly Science, Communication and the Global Community)
HPSC2017 Global Citizenship in Action
HPSC3030 Science and Global History
These courses are available to all undergraduate students studying at UCL. Go to the STS module listings for more details.
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