The University of Massachusetts Amherst

Public Engagement

Schalet, Amy T., Linda R. Tropp, and Lisa M. Troy.  2020. "Making Research Usable Beyond Academic Circles: A Relational Model of Public Engagement." Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy.

Chasan-Taber, Lisa. 2018. "10 Tips for Successful Grant Writing." The Chronicle of Higher Education. February 14.

Schalet, Amy. 2018. "The Media: Helping Journalists Use and Interpret Your Research." In Making Research Matter: A Psychologist's Guide to Public Engagement. Tropp, Linda (Ed). Washington DC: APA Books.

Tropp, Linda R. (Ed.) 2017. Making Research Matter: A Psychologist's Guide to Public Engagement. Washington, DC: APA Press.

Badgett, M.V. Lee. 2016. The Public Professor: How to Use Your Research to Change the World. New York: NYU Press.

Badgett, M.V. Lee. 2016. “Becoming a Public Professor,” Contexts 15(1): 82-83.

Badgett, M.V. Lee. 2016. “Using Your Research For Change,” Inside Higher Ed. January 13.

Badgett, M.V. Lee. 2016. “Handling the Hot Water,” Inside Higher Ed. January 27.

Troy, Lisa and Kathryn Kietzman. 2016. "Enhancing Evidence-Based Public Health Policy: Developing and Using Policy Narratives.Journal of Gerontological Nursing 42(6): 11-17

Kietzman, Kathryn G., Lisa M. Troy, Carmen R. Green, and Steven P. Wallace. 2016. "Pathways to Advancing Aging Policy-Relevant Research in Academic Settings." Gerontology & Geriatrics Education 37(1): 81-102.

McCall, Lelsie, Gabriel Hetland, Arne Kallenberg, Alondra Nelson, Sarah Orvink, Amy Schalet, Laurel Smith-Doerr, Michele Lamont, Amy Schalet, Annette Laureau, Matt Wray. 2016. “What Counts? Evaluating Public Communication in Tenure and Promotion.” Final Report of the ASA Subcommittee on the Evaluation of Social Media and Public Communication in Sociology. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. Retrieved January 25, 2017. 

Schalet, Amy. 2016. “Should Writing for the General Public Count Toward Tenure?” The Conversation. August 19 (10,000+ Readers).

Misra, Joya and Jennifer Lundquist. 2016. “Making a Difference Through Public Engagement.” Inside Higher Ed. November 10.​

In appreciation of their generous support, the UMass Public Engagement Project would like to thank the Office of the ProvostUniversity Relations, and the Colleges of Natural SciencesSocial and Behavioral Sciences Humanities and Fine ArtsEngineeringPublic Health and Health Sciences, and Education.  The UMass Public Engagement Project also recognizes and appreciates in-kind contributions and collaborations with the Center for Research on Families and the Institute for Social Science Research