Many Experts, Many Audiences: Public Engagement with Science and Informal Science Education (with Ellen McCallie, Larry Bell, Tiffany Lohwater, John H. Falk, Brice V. Lewenstein, Cynthia Needham, and Ben Wiehe), A CAISE Inquiry Group Report (2009)


Discussing Dialogue: Perspectives on the Value of Science Dialogue Events that do not Inform Policy (with Sarah Davies, Ellen McCallie, Elin Simonsson, and Sally Duensing), Public Understanding of Science (2009)

While theoretical work and empirical research have examined science policyinforming “dialogue events,” dialogue events that...



Should Women Vote? (with E. Thomas Ewing, Heather L. Gumbert, David Hicks, Amy Nelson, and Robert P. Stephens), Journal of Women's History (2008)


The Value of “Dialogue Events” as Sites of Learning: An Exploration of Research and Evaluation Frameworks (with Ellen McCallie, Sarah R. Davies, Brandiff R. Caron, Benjamin Gammon, and Sally Duensing), International Journal of Science Education (2007)

In the past five years, informal science institutions (ISIs), science communication, advocacy and citizen action...



The Globally Competent Engineer: Working Effectively with People Who Define Problems Differently (with Gary Lee Downey, Juan C. Lucena, Barbara M. Moskal, Rosamond Parkhurst, Thomas Bigely, Chris Hays, Brent K. Jesiek, Liam Kelly, Jonson Miller, Sharon Ruff, and Amy Nichols-Belo), Journal of Engineering Education (2006)

This paper offers and tests an approach to conceptualizing the global competency of engineers. It...


Conference Proceedings

When, Why, How, Who– Lessons from First Year Female Engineering Students at Cal Poly for Efforts to Increase Recruitment (Annual Conference of the Pacific Southwest Section of the American Society for Engineering Education) (with Helene Finger and Beverley Kwang) (2012)

Today, an increasing number of women enter, remain, and succeed within science, technology, engineering, and...