Evan M. H. Faber
Evan M. H. Faber (B.A.,
Philosophy, focus on philosophy of science) is currently pursuing his
in International Science and Technology Policy at the George Washington
University’s Elliott School of International Affairs in Washington DC.
Evan’s academic and professional interests revolve around futures research in a broad range of fields: from philosophy of mind and cognitive neuroscience to perennial philosophy and evolutionary psychology; from cybernetics and complex systems to long-range forecasting and predictive analytics; from technology assessment and responsible innovation policy to human capability enhancement and collective intelligence; and from sustainable democracy and networked governance and management to international development, security, health, and education policy.
Evan currently works with the Institute for Alternative Futures. He is closely affiliated with several futures-related projects in the Washington DC area, including the Project on Forward Engagement, TechCast, LLC, the WFUNA Millennium Project, and the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies and Foresight and Governance Project at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
He also cofounded Banaa: the Sudan Educational Empowerment Network, a scholarship and mentorship organization that equips students who have been directly affected by conflict with technical tools for peacemaking and grassroots development.