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Appendix B: Speakers
Pages 111-130

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From page 111...
... He has authored more than 450 scientific publications, edited five books, and is the founding field chief editor of Frontiers in Genetics. In 2012 he was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
From page 112...
... He is associate editor of Decision Analysis and Psychological Methods, and member of the editorial boards of Applied Psychological Measurement; Journal of Behavioral Decision Making; Journal of Mathematical Psychology; and Multivariate Behavioral Research. He is past president of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making (20002001)
From page 113...
... His book, Theories of Communication Networks (co-authored with Professor Peter Monge and published by Oxford University Press) , received the 2003 Book of the Year award from the Organizational Communication Division of the National Communication Association.
From page 114...
... Julie Downs is director of the Center for Risk Perception and Communication in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University and associate research professor in that department. Her research focuses on how social influences affect decision making, and how people can make better decisions by understanding the nature of these influences.
From page 115...
... He is one of the nation's leading experts in the evolving field of risk assessment and cost-benefit analysis, with 25 years of experience improving methods of analysis and making risk-based decisions to protect workers and the general public from environmental hazards. He is the recipient of the David Rall Award from the American Public Health Association for "a career in advancing science in the service of public health protection." From 1995 to 2005 he was a senior executive at the U.S.
From page 116...
... Her clients include Dell, Fannie Mae, the International Monetary Fund, and the National Academy of Sciences. An adjunct faculty member of the Center for Creative Leadership and its affiliate, the National Leadership Institute, Ms.
From page 117...
... Dr. Hallman's research examines public perceptions of biotechnology and nanotechnology in food production, risk perception and communication related to food safety risks, foodborne illness outbreaks, and food recalls, and public understanding and use of health claims made for food products and dietary supplements.
From page 118...
... She has held adjunct positions in the University of Maryland's Executive MBA and Executive Master's of Information Technology programs as well as Marymount University's graduate ­psychology program. Kathleen Hall Jamieson is the Elizabeth Ware Packard Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication and the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania.
From page 119...
... in marketing from Northwestern University. Anthony Leiserowitz is widely recognized as an expert on how Americans and the international community view global warming, including public perception of climate change.
From page 120...
... His research focuses on the broad question of how public engagement in climate change can be expanded and enhanced. He has written numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, and the book that he edited, Designing Health Messages, earned a distinguished book award from the National Communication Association.
From page 121...
... Dr. Milkman has published extensively in leading social science journals, and her work has been covered in the popular press, including The New York Times and National Public Radio.
From page 122...
... She is a past executive director of Physicians for Social Responsibility and past deputy director of the Arms Control Association at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, as well as a former Dean and Virginia Rusk Fellow at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of Diplomacy.
From page 123...
... She has been published in many decision-making journals, including the Journal of Consumer Research and the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. She currently serves as associate editor for the Journal of Consumer Research and Journal of Marketing Research.
From page 124...
... Dietram Scheufele has received much recognition for his work in mass communication. He is one of only two scholars to win both early career awards in the discipline: the Young Scholar Award for outstanding early career research from the International Communication Association and the Hillier Krieghbaum Under-40 Award for outstanding achievement in teaching, research, and public service from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
From page 125...
... Ross Professor in Science Communication at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and co-principal investigator of the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University. His current research program focuses on public opinion dynamics surrounding controversial science, with an emphasis on the interplay among media, policy makers, and lay audiences.
From page 126...
... He is a certified coach for the Center for Creative Leadership and serves on the faculty of the National Leadership Institute at the University of Maryland and the Uniformed Services University. A licensed psychologist, Dr.
From page 127...
... Paul Weiss is the director of the California NanoSystems Institute, professor of chemistry and biochemistry at UCLA, and Fred Kavli Chair in NanoSystems Sciences. His interdisciplinary research group includes
From page 128...
... He also pursues graduate research studies at George Mason's Center for Climate Change Communication, where he is focused on engaging TV weathercasters as climate change educators. He is particularly interested in the visual rhetoric of climate change communication.  Mr.
From page 129...
... The Institute of Food Technologists awarded her the 2012 Media Award for Excellence in Consumer Journalism, and in 2011 she received the Nutrition Science Media Award from the American Society for Nutrition for fostering public understanding of nutrition issues.


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