School of Public Affairs
Arizona State University-Downtown
411 N Central Ave, Ste 480B
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Elizabeth A. Corley is the Lincoln Professor of Public Policy, Ethics & Emerging Technologies and an Associate Professor in the School of Public Affairs (SPA) at Arizona State University. Her research interests focus on environmental policy, and her forthcoming book titled Urban Environmental Policy Analysis (with Heather E. Campbell) was published by M.E. Sharpe in 2012.
Professor Corley currently serves as a Co-Principal Investigator for the NSF-funded Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University (CNS-ASU). Her published research has appeared in books and peer-reviewed journals, including Environmental Science & Technology, Evaluation & Program Planning, Evaluation Review, Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, Journal of Technology Transfer, Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, Nature Nanotechnology, Policy Studies, Public Administration, Public Understanding of Science, Research in Higher Education, Research Policy, Review of Policy Research, Science Communication, Scientometrics, Social Science Journal, Society & Natural Resources, and Technovation. She is currently a member of the editorial board for Research Evaluation and Evaluation & Program Planning.
Professor Corley received a B.S.C.E. in Civil Engineering, an M.S.C.E. in Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Water Resources, an M.S. in Environmental Engineering and a Ph.D. in Public Policy - all from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Before joining ASU, she held teaching and research positions at Georgia Tech, Bucknell University, and Columbia University.
For a PDF list of published peer-reviewed articles, please view Professor Corley's ResearcherID page at http://www.researcherid.com/rid/C-5905-2008.
Abbott, K. W., G. E. Marchant and E. A. Corley. 2012. Soft law oversight mechanisms for nanotechnology. Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science & Technology 52:279-312. (link)
White, D. D., E. A. Corley and M. S. White. 2008. Water managers' perceptions of the science-policy interface in Phoenix, Arizona USA: Implications for an emerging boundary organization. Society and Natural Resources 21:230-243.
Peterson, A., P. Howe, M. White, D. White and E. Corley. 2006. Expert perspectives of science, politics, and water management in Phoenix. Poster presented at the May 3, 2006 Community of Undergraduate Research Scholars (COURS) Poster Symposium, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)
Peterson, A., P. Howe, M. White, D. White and E. Corley. 2006. Expert perspectives on science, politics, and water management in Phoenix. Poster presented at the 19 January 2006 CAP LTER 8th Annual Poster Symposium, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)
Redman, C. L., G. Gammage, N. Jones, E. Corley, J. Holway, J. Keane, S. Megdal and R. Quay. 2004. Water supply in Greater Phoenix: Improving regional decision making through university partnerships. Poster presented at the 23 February 2004 Sixth Annual CAP LTER Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ. (link)
White, D. and E. Corley. 2005. Citizen and expert perspectives on water sustainability in Arizona. Presented at the August 5, 2005 Arizona Water Summit, Flagstaff, AZ.