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Community Research Network Advisory Board

Scott Bernstein, Center for Neighborhood Technology (Chicago, Illinois)

Elizabeth Bird, Executive Director, Consortium for Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education; and Research & Technology Policy Project Leader, Center for Rural Affairs (Madison, Wisconsin)

Greg Bischak, Senior Economist, Appalachian Regional Commission (Washington, D.C.)

Frank Emspak, Professor, University of Wisconsin School for Workers (Madison, Wisconsin)

Josephine Ensign, Professor, Dept. of Psychosocial and Community Health, University of Washington (Seattle)

Celia Fisher, Co-Director, Applied Developmental Science-- Interuniversity Consortium (ADS-IUC); and Director, Graduate Program in Developmental Psychology Fordham University (New York)

John Gaventa, Institute for Development Studies, University of Sussex (Brighton, England)

Lois Gibbs, Executive Director, Center for Health, Environment and Justice (Falls Church, VA)

Robert Hackett , Director, Bonner Scholars Program, Bonner Foundation (Princeton, NJ)

Patrick Hamlett, Director, Program on Science, Technology & Society, North Carolina State University

Sandy Ionno, Executive Director, Student Pugwash USA (Washington, D.C.)

Carl Milofsky, Professor, Department of Sociology, Bucknell University; and Editor, Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly

John Mohawk, Professor, American Studies Department, SUNY Buffalo; Editor of Daybreak Magazine; and Seneca Indian activist

Michelle Murrain, Professor of Neurobiology, Hampshire College (Amherst, Mass.); List Manager of the Internet conferences Feminists in Science & Technology (FIST) and Minority Health List

Phil Nyden, Director, Policy Research Action Group (PRAG), Chicago

Carolyn Raffensperger, Director, Science & Environmental Health Network (Windsor, N. Dakota)

Henry Thomas, Director, Master of Public Administration Program, University of North Florida

Lee Williams, Professor of Sociology, Indiana University South East

Frank von Hippel, Professor of Public Policy, Princeton University; and Federation of American Scientists


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