Archive for 2002

Presidential Column

Bringing Research on Judgment, Decision Making to Public Policy

As part of this years continuing series illustrating the experiences of interdisciplinary research, Harvard Business School professor Max Bazerman reflects on the applicability of interdisciplinary decision science for solving some […]... More>


Observer Article

Getting Published: Revise and Resubmit

One of the most important steps in the research process is communicating findings to colleagues. However, as anyone who has submitted research to a journal knows, getting your research published […]... More>


Observer Article

The Role of Institutional Culture and Values: What Really to Look for in the Job Hunt

Many years ago, when I was a young and foolish assistant professor, a student came to me for advice regarding which of two job offers I thought she should take. […]... More>


In Appreciation: Robert Mills Gagne (1916 – 2002)

Robert Mills Gagne died April 28, 2002, in Signal Mountain, Tennessee. He was in his eighty-sixth year of life. Gagne was one of the great bridge builders between laboratory and […]... More>


Observer Article

APS Fellows Elected to NAS

Known as the highest honor to be awarded to a scientist or engineer, election to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) brings together national and international experts from 31 scientific […]... More>