Abel Gustafson is an Assistant Professor of Public Relations and Environmental Communication in University of Cincinnati's School of Communication, Film and Media Studies and is a PEWS faculty affiliate. This research, done in collaboration with the Yale Program on Climate Change Collaboration, is supported by PEWS. The global transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy … Continue reading Are moral appeals about renewable energy more persuasive?
The Center for Public Engagement with Science has now released the full Sustainability Highlights interview series, one part of the sustainability initiative funded by Research 2030. The series includes interviews with: Dr. Carlie Trott, Assistant Professor of Psychology, is a community psychologist whose work focuses on participatory research that engages project participants as co-investigators, thus … Continue reading Sustainability Highlights Interviews
The Center for the Public Engagement with Science has launched an interview series highlighting sustainability research happening at the University of Cincinnati, as part of its sustainability initiative funded by Research 2030 of UC’s Office of Research. You can view the first three interviews of this series on the Center’s Youtube channel and on the … Continue reading Announcing the Sustainability Highlights Interview Series
Dr. Abel Gustafson This week, we highlight the work of our newest Faculty Affiliate with the Center for Public Engagement with Science, Dr. Abel Gustafson, Assistant Professor in the UC Department of Communication. Research Focus Dr. Gustafson studies public opinion and strategic communication in science and environmental issues. Using surveys and communication experiments, he assesses how various demographic and political groups think about and … Continue reading Affiliate Spotlight: Dr. Abel Gustafson