EducationBMath - University of Waterloo MA - University of Toronto PhD - University of Toronto
Scott M. Campbell, Director of the Centre for Society, Technology and Values (CSTV), has been teaching at CSTV since 2007. His research revolves around the history of computing technology and science in Canada, and more broadly the role of technology in Canadian society. He is also curator of the University of Waterloo Computer Museum.
Graeme obtained his BSc in Molecular Biology from Guelph, BA in Classics from Waterloo and MA in Classics from McMaster University.
Graeme has been a teaching assistant for STV 100 and STV 202.
Karl Griffiths-Fulton (BA) studied Fine Art at the University of Ulster, Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Photography and Film at Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Karl began his career as a documentary photographer including a period with the BBC News and Current Affairs Department in London, UK.
He has also worked in the Geography Department at the London School of Economics and Political Science for seven years and at the Coventry Cathedral International Peace Department before coming to Canada in 2001.
Mark Morley has taught STV 203 and STV 205.
PhD (Philosophy), University of Waterloo, 1999
Master of Mathematics (Computer Science), University of Waterloo, 1992
BA (Computer Science), McMaster University, 1990
Philosophy of design, social impact of technology, analogical reasoning, cognition and irony.
A list of my current publications is available from Google Scholar.
Wendy Stocker has been a teaching assistant for STV 100 and STV 202.