LSC faculty awarded NSF $450,000 grant to reduce polarization about new science
LSC alum Dennis Dimick visits campus to engage with Wisconsin audiences about the Anthropocene
Career Panel brings Alumni to Hiram Smith Hall
Howell, E. L., Wirz, C. D., Brossard, D., Jamieson, K. H., Scheufele, D. A., Winneg, K. M., & Xenos, M. A. (2018). National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report on genetically engineered crops influences public discourse. (more…)
Witzling, L., & Shaw, B. (2018). Lifestyle segmentation and political ideology: Toward understanding beliefs and behavior about local food. (more…)
Protective Progressives to Distrustful Traditionalists: A Post Hoc Segmentation Method for Science Communication(2018).
Newman, T. P., Nisbet, E. C., Nisbet, M. C. (2018). Climate change, cultural cognition, and media effects: Worldviews drive news selectivity, biased processing, and polarized attitudes