The Technology Management Program (TMP) at the University of California, Santa Barbara is looking for highly qualified prospective doctoral students who have an interest in technology and work, technology’s implications for society, innovation, and the management of engineers and scientists. We are open to students with a range of backgrounds including all of the social sciences, engineering, the physical sciences, and management. TMP is methodologically and substantively eclectic. We are interested in students who wish to pursue ethnography, survey research, big data analysis and experimental research. UCSB has few disciplinary boundaries, so students can construct their program in ways that suit their interests and abilities. Our aim is to produce a cadre of scholars who can address thorny problems concerning the impact of technology on work and society, the management of technical and scientific personnel, and the sociological and psychological dynamics of innovation.
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