Erhardt Graeff is an educator, social scientist, and public interest technologist. He works on the design and use of technology for civic engagement, civic learning, and empowerment, and the ethical responsibility of technologists as stewards of democracy. His current research is on articulating the responsibilities of engineers as citizens and developing new forms of civic education within undergraduate engineering. His current pedagogy is organized around creating spaces for student-owned and -led public interest technology projects. He regularly consults with foundations, companies, and nonprofits on civic learning, civic engagement research, and civic technology design. Erhardt is an Assistant Professor of Social and Computer Science at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering and a faculty associate at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University.
- Political Science
- Computer Sciences
- Information Science and Technology
- Journalism, Media, and Communication
- Public Affairs
Olin College of Engineering