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Elizabeth Corley

Professor
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 3720
Professor
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 3720
Professor
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 3720
Senior Sustainability Scientist
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 3720
Professor
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 3720
Biography

Elizabeth A. Corley is a professor in the School of Public Affairs (SPA) at Arizona State University. Her research interests focus on environmental policy, technology policy and research policy. 

Her published research has appeared in books and peer-reviewed journals, including Energy Policy, Environmental Science & Technology, Evaluation & Program Planning, Evaluation Review, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics, Journal of Environmental Planning & Management, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, Journal of Technology Transfer, Journal of Women & Minorities in Science & Technology, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science & Technology, Nature Nanotechnology, Policy Studies, PS: Political Science & Politics, Public Administration, Public Understanding of Science, Research Evaluation, Research in Higher Education, Research Policy, Review of Policy Research, Science & Public Policy, Science Communication, Scientometrics, Social Science Journal, Society & Natural Resources, and Technovation.

She received a B.S.C.E. in Civil Engineering, an M.S.C.E. in Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Water Resources, an M.S. in Environmental Engineering and a Ph.D. in Public Policy - all from the Georgia Institute of Technology.  

Education
  • Ph.D. Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • M.S. Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • M.S.C.E. Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Water Resources, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • B.S.C.E. Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Research Interests

Environmental policy, technology policy, policy evaluation

Publications

For a PDF list of published peer-reviewed articles, please view Professor Corley's ResearcherID page at http://www.researcherid.com/rid/C-5905-2008 
Books
Campbell, Heather E. and Corley, Elizabeth A. (2012). Urban Environmental Policy Analysis. New York, NY: Routledge.
Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Ahn, Jeong Joo, Kim, Yushim, Lucio, Joanna, Rugland, Erin, & Molina, Angel. (2018, In Press). Conceptualizing Lenses, Dimensions, Constructs and Indicators for Urban Park Quality. Environmental Justice. 
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Bozeman, Barry, Zhang, Xuefan, & Tsai, Chin-Chang (2018, In Press). The Expanded Scientific and Technical Human Capital Model: Adding a Cultural Capital Dimension. Journal of Technology Transfer. 
  • Akin, Heather, Yeo, Sara, Wirz, Christopher, Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2018, In press). Are Attitudes Toward Labeling Nano Products Linked to Attitudes Toward GMO? Exploring a Potential "Spillover" Effect for Attitudes Toward Controversial Technologies. The Journal of Responsible Innovation. 
  • Yeo, Sara K., Su, Leona Y., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2018, In Press). The Effect of Comment Moderation on Perceived Bias in Science News. Information, Communication & Society. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael, A., Yeo, Sara K., Scheufele, Dietram A., Xenos, Michael, Brossard, Dominique, Corley, Elizabeth A. (2018). Is Facebook Making Us Dumber? Exploring Social Media Use As a Predictor of Political Knowledge. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 95(2), 404-424.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Browning, Nick, Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2018). Opposing Ends of the Spectrum: Exploring Trust in Scientific and Religious Authorities. Public Understanding of Science, 27(1), 11-28.
  • Kim, Youngjae, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2017). Nano-scientists and Political Involvement: Which Characteristics Make Scientists More Likely to Support Engagement in Political Debates? Science and Public Policy 44(3): 317–327.
  • Akin, Heather, Rose, Kathleen M., Scheufele, Dietram A., Simis-Wilkinson, Molly J., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2017). Mapping the Landscape of Public Attitudes on Synthetic Biology. BioScience, 67(3), 290-300.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Kim, Youngjae, & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2016). Scientists’ Ethical Obligations and Social Responsibility for Nanotechnology Research. Science and Engineering Ethics, 22(1), 111-132. 
  • Tsai, Chin-Chang, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Bozeman, Barry. (2016). Collaboration Experiences across Scientific Disciplines and Cohorts. Scientometrics, 108(2), 505-529. 
  • West, Joe & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2016). An Exploration of State Legislator Communication Technology Use and Importance. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 13(1), 52-71. 
  • Ahn, Jeong Joo, Kim, Youngjae, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2016). Laboratory Safety and Nanotechnology Workers: An Analysis of Current Guidelines. Nanoethics, 10(1), 5-23. 
  • Su, Leona Yi-Fan, Cacciatore, Michael A., Brossard, Dominique, Corley, Elizabeth A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Xenos, Michael A. (2016). Attitudinal Gap: How Experts and Lay Audiences Form Policy Attitudes toward Controversial Science. Science and Public Policy, 43(2), 196-206. 
  • Liang, Xuan, Su, Leona Yi-Fan, Yeo, Sara K., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael, Nealey, Paul, and Corley, Elizabeth A. (2014). Building Buzz: (Scientists) Communicating Science in New Media Environments. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 91(4), 772-791.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Yeo, Sara K., Scheufele, Dietram A., Xenos, Michael A., Choi, Doo-Hun, Brossard, Dominique, Becker, Amy B., and Corley, Elizabeth A. (2014). Misperceptions in Polarized Politics: The Role of Knowledge, Religiosity, and Media. PS: Political Science & Politics, 47(3), 654-661.
  • Huang, Wan-Ling, Welch, Eric, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2014). Public Sector Voluntary Initiatives: The Adoption of the Environmental Management System by Public Waste Water Treatment Facilities in the United States. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 57(10), 1531-1551.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2014). Another (Methodological) Look at Knowledge Gaps and the Internet’s Potential for Closing Them. Public Understanding of Science, 23(4), 377-395. 
  • Yeo, Sara K., Cacciatore, Michael A., Brossard, Dominique, Scheufele, Dietram A., Runge, Kristin K., Su, Leona Yi-Fan, Kim, Jiyoun, Xenos, Michael, Corley, Elizabeth A. (2014). Partisan Amplification of Risk: American Perceptions of Nuclear Energy Risk in the Wake of the Fukushima Daiichi Disaster. Energy Policy, 67, 727-736.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Kim, Youngjae, & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2013). The Current Status and Future Direction of Nanotechnology Regulations: A View from Nano-Scientists. Review of Policy Research, 30(5), 488-511.
  • Ho, Shirley S., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013).  Factors Influencing Public Benefits-Outweigh-Risks Perception of Nanotechnology: Assessing the Roles of Mass Media, Interpersonal Communication, and Elaborative Processing.  Public Understanding of Science, 22(5), 606-623.  
  • Anderson, Ashley A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, & Corley, Elizabeth A.   (2012). The Role of Media and Deference to Scientific Authority in Cultivating Trust in Sources of Information about Emerging Technologies.  International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 24(2), 225-237.
  • Binder, Andrew R., Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Shaw, Bret R., & Corley, Elizabeth A.  (2012). Measuring Risks/benefits Perceptions of Emerging Technologies and Their Potential Impact on Communication of Public Opinion toward Science.  Public Understanding of Science, 21(7), 830-847.
  • Ladwig, Peter, Dalrymple, Kajsa E., Brossard, Dominique, Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2012). Perceived Familiarity or Factual Knowledge? Comparing Operationalizations of Scientific Understanding. Science and Public Policy,   39 (6),   761-774.  
  • Kim, Youngjae, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2012). Classifying U.S. Nano Scientists – Of Cautious Innovators, Regulators, and Technology Optimists. Science and Public Policy, 39(1), 30-38. 
  • Corley, Elizabeth A, Kim, Youngjae, & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2012). Public Challenges of Nanotechnology Regulation. Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 52(3). 
  • Abbott, Kenneth W., Corley, Elizabeth A., & Marchant, Gary E. (2012). Soft Law Oversight Mechanisms for Nanotechnology. Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 52(3). 
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Kim, Youngjae, & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2011). Leading US Nano-scientists' Perceptions about Media Coverage and the Public Communication of Scientific Research Findings.  Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 13(12), 7041-7055.
  • Youtie, Jan, Carley, Stephen, Shapira, Philip, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2011). Perceptions and actions: relationships of views on risk with citation actions of nanotechnology scientists. Research Evaluation, 20(5), 377-388. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael, Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2011). From Enabling Technology to Applications: The Evolution of Risk Perceptions about Nanotechnology. Public Understanding of Science, 20(3), 385-404.
  • Ho, Shirley S., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2011). Value Predispositions, Mass Media, and Attitudes toward Nanotechnology: The Interplay of Public and Experts. Science Communication, 33(2), 167-200. 
  • Youtie, Jan, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2011). Federally-Sponsored Multidisciplinary Research Centers: Learning, Evaluation, and Vicious Circles. Evaluation and Program Planning, 34, 13-20.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2010). Outreach going wrong: When we talk nano to the public, we are leaving behind key audiences. The Scientist, 24(1), 22.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., & Sabharwal, Meghna. (2010). Scholarly Collaboration and Productivity Patterns in Public Administration: Analyzing recent trends. Public Administration, 88(3), 627-648. 
  • Gaughan, Monica, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Science Faculty at U.S. Research Universities:  The Impacts of University Research Center Affiliation and Gender on Industrial Activities. Technovation, 30, 215–222. 
  • Ho, Shirley S., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Making Sense of Policy Choices: Understanding the Roles of Value Predispositions, Mass Media, and Cognitive Processing in Public Attitudes toward Nanotechnology. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 12, 2703–2715. 
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Hu, Q. (2009). Of Risks and Regulations: How Leading U.S. Nano-Scientists Form Policy Stances about Nanotechnology. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 11(7), 1573-1585.
  • Neff, Mark & Corley, Elizabeth A.  (2009). 35 Years and 160,000 Articles: A Bibliometric Exploration of the Evolution of Ecology. Scientometrics, 81(1).
  • Sabharwal, Meghna & Corley, Elizabeth A.  (2009). Faculty Job Satisfaction across Gender and Discipline. Social Science Journal, 46, 539–556. 
  • Scheufele, Dietram A., Corley, Elizabeth A., Shih, Tsung-Jen, Dalrymple, Kajsa E., & Ho, Shirley S. (2009). Religious Beliefs and Public Attitudes to Nanotechnology in Europe and the US. Nature Nanotechnology, 4(2), 91-94.
  • Boardman, P. Craig & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). University research centers and the composition of research collaborations. Research Policy 37, 900-913.
  • Sabharwal, Meghna & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). Categorization of Minority Groups in Academic Science and Engineering. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 14(4).
  • White, Dave D., Corley, Elizabeth A., & White, Margaret S. (2008). Water Managers’ Perceptions of the Science-Policy Interface in Phoenix, Arizona: Implications for an Emerging Boundary Organization. Society & Natural Resources, 21, 230-243. 
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2007). A Use-and-Transformation Model for Evaluating Public R&D:  Illustrations from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Research. Evaluation and Program Planning, 30, 21-35.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. & Sabharwal, Meghna (2007). Foreign-Born Academic Scientists and Engineers: Producing More and Getting Less than their U.S.-Born Peers? Research in Higher Education, 48(8), 909-940.
  • Minteer, Ben A. & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2007). Conservation or Preservation?: A Case Study of the Foundations of Environmental Management. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 20, 307-333.
  • Scheufele, Dietram A., Corley, Elizabeth A., Dunwoody, Sharon, Shih, Tsung-jen, Hillback, Elliott, & Guston, David (2007). Scientists Worry about Some Risks More than the General Public. Nature Nanotechnology, 2(12), 732-734.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Boardman, P. Craig, & Bozeman, Barry (2006). Design and the Management of Multi-Institutional Research Collaborations: Theoretical Implications from Two Case Studies. Research Policy, 35(7), 975-993.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2005). How Do Career Strategies, Gender, and Work Environment Affect Faculty Productivity in University-Based Science Centers? Review of Policy Research, 22(5), 637-655.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. & Gaughan, Monica (2005). Scientists’ Participation in University Research Centers: What Are the Gender Differences? Journal of Technology Transfer, 30(4), 371-381.
  • Bozeman, Barry & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2004). Scientists’ Collaboration Strategies: Implications for Scientific and Technical Human Capital. Research Policy, 33(4), 599-616.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2004). U.S. National Forest Policies Regarding Logging: A Case Study of Citizens and Scientists in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Policy Studies, 25(2), 103-120.
  • Minteer, Ben A., Corley, Elizabeth A., & Manning, Robert (2004). Environmental Ethics Beyond Principle? The Case for a Pragmatic Contextualism. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 17(2), 131-156.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Dehart-Davis, Leisha, Lindner, Jim, & Rodgers, Michael (2003). Inspection/Maintenance Program Evaluation:  Replicating the Denver Step Method for an Atlanta Fleet. Environmental Science and Technology, 37(12), 2801-2806.
  • Dehart-Davis, Leisha, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Rodgers, Michael (2002). Evaluating Vehicle Inspection/Maintenance Programs Using Onroad Emissions Data: The Atlanta Reference Method. Evaluation Review, 26(2), 111-144.

Invited Contributions

  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2018, Forthcoming). U.S. Scientific Collaboration on Research and Policy: The Necessity of Global Engagement. In W. Canzler, S. Kuhlmann, & D. Simon (Eds.), Handbook of Science and Public Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Yeo, Sara K., Scheufele, Dietram A., Xeno, Michael A., Choi, Doo-Hun, Brossard, Dominique, Becker, Amy B., Corley, Elizabeth A.  (2014). “In Politics, Caricatures Can Become Facts, and That is Bad for Everyone." The London School of Economics Daily Blog on American Politics and Policy (September 15): Published Online at: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/usappblog/2014/2009/2015/in-politics-caricatures-...
  • Yeo, Sara K., Brossard, Dominique, Scheufele, Dietram A., Nealey, Paul, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013). Tweeting to the top. The Scientist.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Scientists' Attitudes Toward Nano. In David Guston (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society (Vol. 2, pp. 704-706). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Dunwoody, Sharon, Corley, Elizabeth A., Guston, David H. & Peters, Hans P. (2009). Are scientists really out of touch? The Scientist, http://www.the-scientist.com/news/display/55875/.
  • Scheufele, Dietram A, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). The Science and Ethics of Good Communication. Next Generation Pharmaceutical, 4(1), 66.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2003). Review of Haller, Stephen, Apocalypse Soon? Wagering on Warnings of Global Catastrophe. Journal of Philosophy, Science and Law, 3.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2003). Planning. Shultz, David (Editor). The Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy. New York: Facts on File.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2003). Clean Water Act. Shultz, David (Editor). The Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy. New York: Facts on File.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Bozeman, Barry, & Gaughan, Monica (2003). Evaluating the Impacts of Grants on Women Scientists' Careers: The Curriculum Vita as a Tool for Research Assessment. In Philip Shapira & Stefan Kuhlmann (Eds.), Learning from Science and Technology Policy Evaluation: Experiences from the United States and Europe. Northampton, Massachusetts: Edward Elgar.

Conference Papers & Presentations

  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Rugland, Erin, Lucio, Joanna, & Kim, Yushim. (2018). Conceptualizing Dimensions of Park Quality. Urban Affairs Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.
  • ​Jun, Hyoyeun, Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Corley, Elizabeth A., Xenos, Michael A., & Brossard, Dominique. (2017). Reevaluating Regulation: Exploring Shifts in Public Perceptions Across Different Regulatory Domains. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Conference, Chicago, IL. 
  • Rugland, Erin, Kellogg, Anna, Mayon, Marli, Lucio, Joanna, Kim, Yushim, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2017). A Tale of Two Urban Parks: Placemaking and Civic Engagement in Phoenix. Poster Presented at Annual Meeting for the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS), Tucson, AZ.
  • Kellogg, Anna, Kim, Yushim, Lucio, Joanna, Rugland, Erin, Mayon, Marli & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2017). The Development and Distribution of Urban Green Spaces: A Case Study of Phoenix, Arizona. Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Kim, Youngjae, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2016). The Role of Scientific Advice in the Political Process: An Investigation of Nanoscientists’ Perceptions about Political Involvement. Paper presented at the 2016 Technology Transfer Society Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Jun, H., Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Corley, Elizabeth A., Brossard, Dominique, & Xenos, Michael A. (2016). Polarization and Mainstreaming Effects: The Role of Political Ideology, Media and Elaborative Processing on Public Science Attitudes. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan.
  • kuhlmann Heather, Hardy, Bruce, Brossard, Dominique, Scheufele, Dietram A., Xenos, Michael A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2016). The Pitfalls of Popularizing Science Beyond the Proverbial Choir: Lessons from Cosmos 2.0. Poster Presented at Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Washington, DC. 
  • Akin, Heather, Rose, Kathleen M., Scheufele, Dietram, Simis, Molly J., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2015). Public Attitudes on Synthetic Biology: Mapping Landscapes and Processes. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, San Francisco, CA.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Yeo, Sara K., Scheufele, Dietram A., Corley, Elizabeth A., Brossard, Dominique, & Xenos, Michael A. (2014). Framing, Priming and Recency Effects in Risk Communication: Exploring Opinion Formation of “Post-Normal” Science. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Society for Risk Analysis, Denver, CO. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Browning, N., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2014). Opposing Ends of the Spectrum: Predicting Trust in Scientific and Religious Authorities. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Montreal, Canada. 
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  • Liang, Xuan, Su, Leona Y., Yeo, Sara K., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael, Nealey, Paul, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2014). Building Buzz: (Scientists) Communicating Science in New Media Environments. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of The International Network on Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST), Salvador, Brazil.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013). The Science of Science Communication II: Creating Collaborations for Communication about Nanotechnology Regulation, Presenter and Co-Leader of Nanotechnology Regulation Workshop, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.
  • Su, Leona Yi-Fan, Cacciatore, Michael A., Brossard, Dominique, Scheufele, Dietram A., Xenos, Michael A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013). Attitudinal Gap: How Experts and Lay Audiences Form Policy Attitudes toward Controversial Science. Paper presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM), Washington, DC. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Browning, N., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2014). Opposing Ends of the Spectrum: Predicting Trust in Scientific and Religious Authorities. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Montreal, Canada. 
  • Liang, Xuan, Su, Leona Y., Yeo, Sara K., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Xenos, Michael, Nealey, Paul, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2014). Building Buzz: (Scientists) Communicating Science in New Media Environments. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of The International Network on Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST), Salvador, Brazil.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013). The Science of Science Communication II: Creating Collaborations for Communication about Nanotechnology Regulation, Presenter and Co-Leader of Nanotechnology Regulation Workshop, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.
  • Su, Leona Yi-Fan, Cacciatore, Michael A., Brossard, Dominique, Scheufele, Dietram A., Xenos, Michael A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013). Attitudinal Gap: How Experts and Lay Audiences Form Policy Attitudes toward Controversial Science. Paper presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM), Washington, DC. 
  • Kim, Youngjae, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2013). The Role of Social Responsibility in Leading Nano-scientists’ Perceptions about Nanotech Research and Regulation. Paper presented at the First Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics, Phoenix, Arizona, USA. 
  • Kim, Youngjae, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2013). How Do Leading U.S. Nano-scientists View their Social Responsibility for Nanotech Research? Paper presented at the Second Conference of the Sustainable Nanotechnology Organization, Santa Barbara, CA. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013). Explaining Attitudes toward Nanotechnology: The Interaction between Risk Perceptions and Regulatory Trust on Public Support. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Boston, MA. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Yeo, S.K., Xenos, Michael A., Choi, Doo-Hun, Brossard, Dominique, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013). Misperceptions in Polarized Politics: The Role of Knowledge, Religiosity, and Media. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, London, UK. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Yeo, Sara K., Brossard, Dominique, Scheufele, Dietram A., Runge, Kristin K., Su, Leona Y., Kim, Jiyoun, Xenos, Michael A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013). Partisan Amplification of Nuclear Energy Risk in the Wake of the Fukushima Daiichi Disaster. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, DC. 
  • Choi, Doo-Hun, Cacciatore, Michael A., Xenos, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2013). How Do Individuals Develop Attitude Extremity in the New Media Environment? The Interplay Between the Internet, Schema, and Information Seeking. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, DC.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Yeo, Sara K., Su, Leona Y., Choi, Doo-Hun, Xenos, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, Anderson, Ashley A., Kim, J., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2012). Is Facebook Making Us Dumber? Exploring Social Media Use as a Predictor of Political Knowledge. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, Chicago, IL. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Corley, Elizabeth A., Shapira, Philip, & Youtie, Jan. (2012). Practicing What They Preach? Comparing Self-Reported Attitudes of Nanoscientists with their EHS Publication Records. Paper presented at the 12th International Public Communication of Science and Technology Conference, Florence, Italy.
  • Youtie, Jan, Carley, Stephen, Shapira, Philip, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2011). Perceptions and Actions: Examining the Relationship Between Societal Perceptions and Citation Actions of Nanotechnology Scientists. Paper presented at the Atlanta Science & Technology Conference, Atlanta, GA. 
  • Kim, Youngjae, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2011). How Should We Regulate Nanotechnology? Perceptions of Leading U.S. Nano-scientists. Paper presented at the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Choi, Doo-Hun, Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2011). Unpacking the Relationships between Religiosity, Deference to Scientific Authority and Support for Nanotechnology: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach. Paper presented at the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ. 
  • Choi, Doo-Hun, Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2011). Nanotechnology and Talk:  Differential Gains Model on an Emerging Technology Paper presented at the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2011). Institutional Trust, Risk Information Processing and Support for an Emerging Technology. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, St. Louis, MO.
  • Choi, Doo-Hun, Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2011). Connecting Interpersonal Discussion and the Internet: How Interpersonal Discussion Moderates the Effect of the Internet on Being Informed about Nanotechnology. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, St. Louis, MO. 
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Choi, Doo-Hun, Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2011). Support for Emerging Technologies: Disentangling the Predispositional, Affective and Cognitive Pathways. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, St. Louis, MO. 
  • Corley, Elizabeth  A. (2011). Soft Law Mechanisms for Nanotechnology Governance. Presented at the Workshop on Soft Law Oversight Mechanisms for Nanotechnology, Scottsdale, AZ. 
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2011). Public attitudes about nanotechnology regulation.  Presented at The Biggest Issues for the Smallest Stuff: Regulation and Risk Management of Nanotechnology, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Kim, Youngjae, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2011). Should we regulate nanotech at the local, national or international level? Paper presented at the CNS-ASU All Hands Meeting, Tempe, AZ.
  • Shih, Tsung-Jen , Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Exploring item non-response in public opinion surveys about nanotechnology: Evidence from 21 countries. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Shih, Tsung-Jen , Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). A multilevel model of risk and benefit perception. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Ladwig, Peter, Dalrymple, Kajsa E., Scheufele, Dietram A., Brossard, Dominique, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Perceived or factual knowledge? Comparing operationalization of science knowledge. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Convention, Denver, CO.
  • Ho, Shirley S., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Integrating models of mass-interpersonal communication: Testing moderation and mediation effects of elaborative processing and interpersonal discussion on scientific knowledge and public attitudes toward nanotechnology. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association, Singapore. *Awarded Top Faculty Paper (Second Place).
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Expert and public perceptions about nanotechnology risks, benefits and regulations. Paper presented at the David Lincoln Lecture Series, Paradise Valley, AZ.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Public attitudes about nanotechnology. Paper presented at the NNI Capstone Workshop: Risk Management Methods & Societal, Ethical, and Legal Implications of Nanotechnology, Washington, DC.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). A new (methodological) look at science knowledge gaps: Merging trend-data to examine widening nanotechnology knowledge gaps. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, Denver, CO.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). The emergence of nanotechnology knowledge gaps: Differences in knowledge across education levels and media exposure. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, IL.
  • Binder, Andrew R., Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Shaw, Bret R., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Measuring perceptions of emerging technologies: Errors in survey self-reports and their potential impact on communication of public opinion toward science. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, Denver, CO.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Public and Nano-Scientist Perceptions about Nanotechnology. Conference on Emerging Technologies, Military Operations and National Security Case Western University, Cleveland, OH.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). In God We Trust? Exploring the Link Between Religiosity and Risk Perceptions in Nanotechnology Attitude Formation. Paper presented at the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research: Exploring the Future of Public Opinion Research, Chicago, IL. 
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., & Youtie, Jan. (2009). Learning to Manage Multi-institutional Multidisciplinary Research Centers: A Case Study the LIFE Center. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Public Management Research Association Conference.  Columbus, OH.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Eliciting Public Understanding of and Values toward Emerging Technologies through Opinion Polls. Paper presented at the Society for the Study of Nanoscience & Emerging Technologies, Seattle, WA.
  • Cacciatore, Michael A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). It depends on what you’ve heard: Exploring the link between risk perception and attitudes across different applications of nanotechnology. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication.  Boston, MA.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Centers, Universities and the Scientific Innovation Ecology. Paper presented at the NSF Workshop, Arlington, VA.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Evaluating Publicly-Funded R&D. Paper presented at the SRI International, Palo Alto, CA.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Nanotechnology and the Public: New Data for Decision Makers. Paper presented at the Briefing before the U.S. Congressional Nanotechnology Caucus, Washington, DC.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). ST&E Policy Lab Research Symposium. Paper presented at the University of Illinois - Chicago, Chicago, IL.
  • Dalrymple, Kajsa, Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Proximity to experts? Rethinking operationalizations of cognitive outcomes based on dual-source measures. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association Conference.  Chicago, IL.
  • Ho, Shirley S., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Making sense of policy choices: A closer look at the mediating roles of elaborative processing and interpersonal discussion on public perceptions of nanotechnology. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Communication Association Conference.  Chicago, IL.
  • Ho, Shirley S., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Value predispositions, mass media, and attitudes toward nanotechnology: The interplay of public and experts. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication.  Boston, MA.
  • Huang, Wan-Ling, Welch, Eric, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Public Sector Voluntary Initiatives: The Adoption of the Environmental Management System for Biosolids by Public Waste Water Treatment Facilities in the United States. Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference.  Chicago, IL.
  • Jimenez, Benedict, Welch, Eric, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Explaining Differences in the Quality and Effectiveness of Environmental Management Systems in Public Organizations: The Experience of Public Sewage and Wastewater Treatment Facility Operators in the U.S. Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference.  Chicago, IL.
  • Wang, Jing, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Welch, Eric. (2009). Barriers and Motivators for the Adoption of Public Sector Environmental Management Systems. Paper presented at the Western Social Science Association.  Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Campbell, Heather, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). A Graphical System Model for Analyzing Urban Environmental Policy. Paper presented at the Thirtieth Annual Research Conference for the Association for Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM).  Los Angeles, CA.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). Engineering Education Evaluation Thought Leaders' Workshop, National Science Foundation.  Washington, DC.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). Scientist and the Public Risk Perceptions about Nanotechnology. Paper presented at the Societal Implications of Nanotechnology 2008 Principal Investigators’ Meeting at National Science Foundation.  Washington, DC.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). Scientists and the Public: Comparing Views on Nanotechnology Risks and Benefits. Paper presented at the All Hands Meeting for the Center for Nanotechnology in Society.  Tempe, AZ.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). Societal Dimensions of Nanotechnology: An Exploration of Public and Scientist Perceptions. Paper presented at the Young Engineering Scientists Symposium, French Embassy.  Washington, DC.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2008). A Comparative Look at Markets, Media, and Emerging Attitudes about Nanotechnology. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting.  Boston, MA.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Hu, Qian. (2008). Exploring Public and Scientist Attitudes about the Risks and Regulation of Nanotechnology Research: What Does the Future Hold for Policy-making? Paper presented at the Thirtieth Annual Research Conference for the Association for Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM).  Los Angeles, CA.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). Scientists and the Public: Comparing Views on Nanotechnology Risks and Regulations. Paper presented at the Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes (CSPO) Enlightening Lunch.  Tempe, AZ.
  • Ho, Shirley S., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). Influences of Mass Media, Interpersonal Communication, and Cognitive Processing on Risks versus Benefits Perception of Nanotechnology. Paper presented at the Annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.  Chicago, IL.
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  • Sabharwal, Meghna, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). Examining the Personal Characteristics and Career Trajectories of Doctoral Graduates in Public Policy and Administration Fields. Paper presented at the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) 69th Annual Conference.  Dallas, TX.
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  • Scheufele, Dietram A., Corley, Elizabeth A., Shih, Tsung-Jen, Dalrymple, Kajsa, & Ho, Shirley. (2008). Public Opinion Dynamics Surrounding Emerging Technologies in Europe and the U.S. Paper presented at the Annual convention of the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research.  Chicago, IL.
  • Boardman, P. Craig, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2007). University Research Centers and the Composition of Research Collaborations. Paper presented at the Twenty-Ninth Annual APPAM Research Conference: What Else Shapes Public Policy Analysis and Management?  Washington, DC.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2007). Paper presented at the National Science Foundation ADVANCE Workshop for Women, Minorities and Interdisciplinarity.  Columbia University, New York, NY.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2007). Exploring Scientist and Public Views of Nanotechnology. Paper presented at the All Hands Meeting for the Center for Nanotechnology in Society.  Tempe, AZ.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., & Sabharwal, Meghna. (2007). Scholarly Collaboration & Productivity Patterns In the Public Policy Literature: Analyzing Recent Trends. Paper presented at the Twenty-Ninth Annual APPAM Research Conference: What Else Shapes Public Policy Analysis and Management?.  Washington, DC.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Scheufele, Dietram A., Hillback, Elliott, Shih, Tsung-jen, Dunwoody, Sharon, & Guston, David. (2007). Nanotechnology Attitudes among Scientists and the Public. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Society for Social Studies of Science.  Montréal.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2006). Mentoring and Collaborative Relationships in Public Organizations (Session Chair). Paper presented at the Twenty-Eighth Annual APPAM Research Conference: Tax and Spend: Designing, Implementing, Managing and Evaluating Effective Redistributional Policies.  Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Melkers, Julia, & Johns, Kimberly. (2006). Measuring Interdisciplinary Collaboration Within University-Based Science Centers Using Innovative Evaluation Techniques. Paper presented at the The Atlanta Conference on S&T Policy 2006: US-EU Policies for Research and Innovation.  Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Johns, Kimberly, Melkers, Julia, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2006). Emerging and Developed Social Networks: Interdisciplinary Collaboration within University-Based Science Centers. Paper presented at the Twenty-Eighth Annual APPAM Research Conference: Tax and Spend: Designing, Implementing, Managing and Evaluating Effective Redistributional Policies.  Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Neff, Mark, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2006). How Climate Changed Ecology: A Bibliometric Analysis of the Changing Focus of Ecological Research. Paper presented at the Gordon Research Conference on Science and Technology Policy.  Big Sky, Montana.
  • Neff, Mark, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2006). How Climate Changed Ecology: A Bibliometric Analysis of the Changing Focus of Ecological Research. Paper presented at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting.  Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Peterson, Arianne, Howe, Peter, White, Margaret, White, Dave, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2006). Expert Perspectives on Science, Politics, and Water Management in Phoenix. Paper presented at the Central Arizona-Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research (CAP LTER) 8th Annual Poster Symposium.  Tempe, AZ.
  • Welch, Eric, Melkers, Julia, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2006). Building and Benefiting from Center-Based Interdisciplinary Research: Analysis of Process and Outcomes. Paper presented at the 2006 Technology Transfer Society Conference: Next Generation Innovation: New Approaches and Policy Designs.  Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2005). Assessing the Capacity for Innovating (Panel Discussant). Paper presented at the Twenty-Seventh Annual APPAM Research Conference: Understanding and Informing Policy Design.  Washington, D.C.
  • Gaughan, Monica, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2005). Scientists’ Participation in University Research Centers: What Are the Gender Differences? Paper presented at the Technology Transfer Society Annual Conference: Advancing Innovation and Entrepreneurship.  Kansas City, MO.
  • Gaughan, Monica, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2005). University-Based Science Centers: A New "Old Boy's" Academic Club? Paper presented at the 100th Annual Meeting of American Sociological Association: Comparative Perspectives, Competing Explanation: Accounting for the Rise and Declining Significance of Sociology.  Philadelphia, PA.
  • White, Dave D., Corley, Elizabeth A., & White, Meg. (2005). Citizen and Expert Perspectives on Water Sustainability in Arizona. Paper presented at the Arizona Water Summit: Urban Water Sustainability Session.  Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2004). Evaluating U.S. Science Centers: Innovative Methods and Techniques (Panel Organizer). Paper presented at the Twenty-Sixth Annual APPAM Research Conference: Creating and Using Evidence in Public Policy Analysis and Management.  Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2004). Science & Technology Policy: Who Wins, Who Loses, Who Cares? (Poster Committee Member). Paper presented at the Gordon Research Conference in Science & Technology Policy.  Big Sky, Montana.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., & Bozeman, Barry. (2004). Evaluating Research as a “Knowledge Value Collective:” The Case Study of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Research. Paper presented at the Twenty-Sixth Annual APPAM Research Conference: Creating and Using Evidence in Public Policy Analysis and Management.  Atlanta, Georgia.
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  • Redman, Charles L., Gammage, Grady, Jones, Nancy, Holway, Jim, Corley, Elizabeth A., Keane, J., et al. (2004). Water Supply in Greater Phoenix: Improving Regional Decision Making Through University Partnerships. Paper presented at the Central Arizona - Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research Sixth Annual Poster Symposium.  Tempe, AZ.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2003). The Technology Divide: Distributional Consequences of Science and Technology Policy (Panel Chair). Paper presented at the Twenty-Fifth Annual APPAM Research Conference: The "M in APPAM": Taking a Special Look at the Capacity of Government to Implement Public Policies.  Washington, D.C.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A. (2001). Temporal Scales and Logging in the Chattahoochee National Forest: A Content Analysis and Reflections on Public Involvement. Paper presented at the Twenty-Third Annual APPAM Research Conference: Public Policy Analysis and Public Policy: Making the Connection.  Washington, D.C.
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., Bozeman, Barry, & Gaughan, Monica (2000). Constraints on the Careers and Productivity of Women Scientists: Implications for Research Policy. Paper presented at the Twenty-Second Annual APPAM Research Conference: Doing and Using Public Policy Analysis and Management Research. 
  • Corley, Elizabeth A., & Rodgers, Michael O. (2000). Evaluating Inspection/ Maintenance Program Effectiveness: Reconciliation of the Denver Step and Atlanta Reference Methods. Paper presented at the Tenth CRC On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop.  San Diego, CA.
Research Activity
Fall 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
PAF 546Environmental Policy and Mgmt
Spring 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 503Public Affairs
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
PAF 546Environmental Policy and Mgmt
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 503Public Affairs
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
PAF 546Environmental Policy and Mgmt
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 503Public Affairs
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
PAF 546Environmental Policy and Mgmt
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 503Public Affairs
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
PAF 546Environmental Policy and Mgmt
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
PAF 505Public Policy Analysis
Honors / Awards
  • Member, Cohort III of the Leadership Academy at Arizona State University (2015-2016)
  • Nominee, ASU Commission on the Status of Women, Achievement Award (2014) 
  • Lincoln Professor of Policy, Ethics and Emerging Technologies (2009-2013)
  • ASU School of Public Affairs Distinguished Research Award (2009-2010)
  • ASU School of Public Affairs Distinguished Teaching Award (2004-2005)
Editorships

Research Policy, Advisory Editor (2014-present)

Editorial Board Membership:

  • Journal of Technology Transfer (2013-present)
  • Evaluation & Program Planning (2009-present)
  • Research Evaluation (2006-2015)
Professional Associations

Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management
American Society for Public Administration

Service

Book Manuscript Reviewer

  • Columbia University Press
  • Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • Oxford University Press
  • Prentice Hall
  • Handbook of Science and Technology Studies

Ad Hoc Journal Reviewer

  • American Journal of Evaluation
  • Environmental Health Perspectives
  • Environmental Management
  • Environmental Science and Policy
  • Evaluation and Program Planning
  • International Journal of Learning and Change
  • International Public Management Journal
  • Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association
  • Journal of Environmental Management
  • Journal of Higher Education
  • Journal of Human and Ecological Risk Assessment
  • Journal of Management Studies
  • Journal of Nanoparticle Research
  • Journal of Public Affairs Education
  • Journal of Risk Research
  • Journal of Technology Transfer
  • Journal of Women and Minorities in Science & Engineering
  • Minerva
  • Nano-ethics
  • Policy Studies Journal
  • PS: Political Science & Politics
  • Public Understanding of Science
  • Research Evaluation
  • Research Policy
  • Science & Education
  • Science & Public Policy
  • Science, Technology and Human Values
  • The Lancet
  • Water Resources Research