Making the Connection between Science and Decision Making

Course Number: 
GEOG 596M
Department: 
School of Geography and Development
Core Number: 
Core 1 - Overview Courses

The overarching goal of this seminar is to provide students with an understanding of the dynamics behind the interface between scientists and decision making that result in scientific information being incorporated into decision making.  This seminar explores foundational concepts of the science/decision-making interface, such as scientific information supply and demand, boundary organizations, co-production of knowledge, and knowledge networks, as well as the practical aspects of two-way communication to explore the ways in which exchanges take place between scientists and decision makers.

For information about this course visit Professor Connie Woodhouse's website about her courses.

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