Profiles in "Citizen Participation" Expertise Area

  • Vidal-Aparicio teaches at Arizona State University and the Maricopa Community Colleges. His doctoral dissertation studies how deliberative democratic innovations can help recover political trust. He is the author of 500 Preguntas al Nacionalismo Español.
  • Ron’s research focuses around two central themes: the political and normative dimensions of the history of political economy, and the democratic theory of the public sphere.
  • Tobias focuses on innovation and transformation in music education and how music learning and teaching might make a positive impact on people's lives and society.
  • Dr. Lee is a community psychologist who looks at policy and environment theory, measurement and intervention approaches to promote physical activity and healthy eating, accessible for everyone.
  • Senko's work links science with innovation and governance to address dynamic coastal conservation challenges of the 21st century. He leads field and lab based research projects in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
  • Darlene Cavalier is a professor of practice at ASU's School for the Future of Innovation in Society, the founder of SciStarter and Science Cheerleaders, and co-founder of ECASTNetwork.org. She's the author of three books.
  • Nicholas promotes engagement among scientists, public audiences, policy makers, and cultural organizations to address uncertain, contested, and technical topics.