dr. J.A. Beaulieu
Data as Evidence
Bachelor course, Minor Data Wise (OCASYS description)
Big Data in a Digital Society
Masters course, Faculty of Science and Engineering (OCASYS description)
Introduction to Sustainable Energy Transition
Bachelor course, Global Responsibility and Leadership (OCASYS description)
National PhD Training in STS
As scientific coordinator of PhD training of the Netherlands Graduate Research School of Science, Technology and Modern Culture (WTMC), Beaulieu coordinates and develops curriculum for PhDs in the field of Science and Technology Studies together with Bernike Pasveer. See the Series on Teaching and Learning STS on the WTMC website (December 2019) for a detailed overview of the teaching.
Past undergraduate and graduate lecture courses
Energy and Big Data: Transition and the informational turn in Energy
Groningen Energy Summer School
Energy transition is a complex topic which requires expertise and insights from different perspectives. It is a matter of national and international importance, with significant implications for economic, ecological, societal and political welfare.
The Groningen Energy Summer School for PhD students takes an interdisciplinary approach to energy transition. By bringing together and combining a broad range of disciplines, this summer school will offer a unique opportunity to PhD students to become aware of different aspects of the energy transition, to develop novel insights and to create synergy in approaches to energy transition. The summer school is the opportunity to connect to new networks, to learn from experts in the field including practitioners, and to discuss one’s own work. Group work on a case study further ensures an interdisciplinarity experience.
Other courses taught
Qualitative research methods; Philosophy of Knowledge; Science Communication; Controversies in Cognition; Sociology of 20th Century Medicine; Biology and Society; Chemistry and Society; History and Philosophy of Social Science Research Methods
|Last modified:||11 November 2019 10.37 a.m.|