Amanda Sorensen

Amanda Sorensen

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Title Science Communication and Literacy Scientist
Address 504 South Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
68583-0961
Phone 492-472-3471
FAX 402-472-2946
E-mail asorensen8@unl.edu
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Selected Publications

Jordan, R. C., Sorensen, A., Biehler, D., Wilson, S., LaDeau., S. (2018). Civic Ecology and Citizen Science:Bridging the Divide for Adaptive Management in Urban Communities. Civic Ecology and Citizen Science:Bridging the Divide for Adaptive Management in Urban Communities.
Jordan, R., Sorensen, A. (2018). Increasing Park and Potential Greenspace Usership ThroughTailored Framing Efforts. Increasing Park and Potential Greenspace Usership ThroughTailored Framing Efforts.
Shuttler, S., Sorensen, A., Jordan, R., Cooper, C., Shwartz, A. (2018). The role of Citizen Science incombating the Extinction of Experience phenomenon. The role of Citizen Science incombating the Extinction of Experience phenomenon.
Sorensen, A., Coral, L., Dauer, J., Fontaine, T. J. (2018). Integrating authentic scientific research in a conservation course-based undergraduate research experience. Natural Sciences Education, 47(1), 1-10.
Jordan, R. C., Gray, S., Sorensen, A., Pasewark, S., Sinha, S., Hmelo-Silver, C. (2017). Modeling with a Conceptual Representation: It is Necessary? Does it Work? Frontiers in ICT: Digital Education. Online
Jordan, R. C., Sorensen, A., Ladeau, S. (2017). Citizen Science as a Tool for Mosquito Control. Journal of the American Mosquiro Control Association, 33(3), 241-245. Online
Sorensen, A., Jordan, R. C., LaDeau, S. (2017). Reframing Communication about Zika and Mosquitoes to Increase Disease Prevention Behavior. Cogent Environmental Science, 3(1). Online
Sorensen, A., Jordan, R. C., Blaise, G., Brown, J., Aronson, M. F., Campbell, L., Johnson, M. (in press). The Role of Identity and Community in Urban Restoration. The Role of Identity and Community in Urban Restoration.

SNR Program Area(s)

  • Applied Ecology

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