Lisa PytlikZillig is a researcher at the University of Nebraska Public Policy. Her research focuses on the application of social psychological and educational theories to science communication and public engagement.


Publications:
Using Public Engagements to Provide Input and Insights into Policy, Legal, Ethical, and Other Impacts of Science

This paper focuses on the experimental investigation of public engagements used to provide input and insight into ethical, legal, and social issues, and inform scientists and policymakers.

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Fostering Climate Change Education in the Central Great Plains: A Public Engagement Approach

Are different approaches to climate change education needed for rural agricultural producers, communities, educators? This article reports and discusses results from focus groups conducted to explore this question.

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