Cynthia Selin

Cynthia Selin is an interdisciplinary scholar of Science, Technology and Society (STS) with significant research, outreach and training experience at the intersections between sustainability, foresight, imagination and the governance of innovation. Dr. Selin’s research investigates novel scenario methods and future-oriented deliberative processes that merge art and science. Dr. Selin has published broadly on foresight, time & technoscience, and alternative ways of knowing. In addition to her theoretical and applied research into the ways and means of the future, Dr. Selin has worked extensively and pragmatically with scenarios and strategy across a diverse array of organizations including large companies, laboratories, cities, museums, non-profits and multi-stakeholder groups.

Associate Professor
Arizona State University
Phoenix, United States
Focus area: Cultural Practices, Social Practice, STEAM, Pedagogy, Education, Design, Public Art, Placemaking, Site Specific, Writing, Literature, Poetry, Culture, Sociology