Elma Hajric is a Doctoral researcher in Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology and a National Science Foundation Trainee in Citizen-Centered Smart Cities and Smart Living. She holds a Master of Science and Technology Policy degree from the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and German from Northern Arizona University. Her primary research interest is critical data studies and emerging technologies, especially in regards to surveillance, ownership and privacy.
Relevant Coursework to date includes: Science and Technology Law, Science and Technology Policy, Ethical Issues in Artificial Intelligence, "Innovation, Economic Mobility & Public Policy", Health and Biomedical Research Policy, Climate Change and Health, Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology, "Science, Power & Politics", Introduction to Smart Cities, Smart Cities Infrastructure, Smart City Sustainability and the Environment, Smart & Resilient Communities, Narrative Methods
She is also a member of the Society Policy Engineering Collective (2019-current)
2021-2022 Events Co-Director for the Graduate Student Organization
And part of the 4th International Conference on Anticipation Organizing Committee