UGA Transdisplinary Earth System Science for Global Solutions and Public Engagement (ENGAGE)
Michael Cacciatore and Glen Nowak are part of a $2,974,744 five-year University of Georgia proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation to create a UGA Transdisplinary Earth System Science for Global Solutions and Public Engagement (ENGAGE). Mike is a Co-PI on the proposal, which includes a core component related to improving science communication training.
Information Vetting as a Key Component in Social-mediated Crisis Communication: An Exploratory Study
Abstract: In order to understand publics’ information consumption behavior in current media environment, this study addresses how and why individuals vet information (or not) in crisis situations. Grounded in dual-process […]
The State of Crisis Communication Research and Education Through the Lens of Crisis Scholars: An International Delphi Study
Abstract: This Delphi study explores the status of crisis communication research and education qualitatively through the lens of 22 internationally recognized crisis communication scholars, systematically recruited and retained to serve […]