2023 Council elections

From January 2023, three positions of the EASST Council (ordinary members) will be vacant due to expiring terms for current representatives. Details of the current council can be found here and the role of the president and council is described in the EASST constitution.

Six colleagues have put themselves forward as candidates for election. Please read their statements below. We have emailed out ballot papers to all paid-up members from our open-source, online voting platform, asking you to select three candidates for Council. Deadline for voting is 15 November.

Alex Rushforth (Leiden University)

I am a researcher, based at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS), Leiden University. I have long felt affinity and admiration for those serving the community through EASST and would be honored to serve as Council Member.

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Richard Tutton (University of York)

I am the Co-Director of the Science and Technology Studies Unit (SATSU) at the University of York in the UK. I have worked in the field of STS for twenty years and co-chaired the Local Organising Committee for the EASST 2018 conference at Lancaster.

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Assunta Viteritti (University Sapienza)

I am Associate Professor of Sociology of Education and STS at “La Sapienza” University of Rome, where I am in charge of a Research Unit that develops teaching and research projects in STS fields.

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