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Elizabeth Corley's research interests focus on environmental policy and technology policy. She currently is the principal investigator for the external evaluation of the NSF-funded Learning in Formal and Informal Environments (LIFE) Center, and is the co-leader of the CNS-ASU projects RTTA 2 (Public Opinion and Values) and RTTA 4 (Reflexivity, Assessment and Evaluation), and leads RTTA 2/3 (Scientists' Opinions). She has a joint appointment with CSPO.
Corley's published research has appeared in book chapters and peer-reviewed journals, including Review of Policy Research, Research Policy, Evaluation & Program Planning, Evaluation Review, Policy Studies, Journal of Technology Transfer, Society & Natural Resources, Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics, Research in Higher Education, Environmental Science & Technology, Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, Scientometrics, Social Science Journal, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, Public Administration, Public Understanding of Science and Nature Nanotechnology. Corley received three engineering degrees and a doctorate in public policy from the Georgia Institute of Technology.