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GLIN==> Final Report: Risk Perception Mapping Demonstration Project



The Great Lakes Commission proudly announces the conclusion of its first 
fellowship project hosted through the Great Lakes Commission Fellowship 
Program. This program was established in 1998 to create opportunities 
for Great Lakes professionals to work with GLC staff for up to 12 months 
on issues of shared interest.

The Program's inaugural fellow, John Stone, was sponsored by the 
Environmental Anthropology Fellowship Program of the Society for Applied 
Anthropology (SfAA) and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Region 5). 
His fellowship project, titled the "Risk Perception Mapping 
Demonstration Project," was conducted at the Commission between August 
1999 and July 2000, and demonstrated the utility of an ethnographic 
approach to public participation in Great Lakes environmental 
management. The final report of this project is now available at 
http://www.glc.org/about/scholarships/jvstone-report.html

Further information regarding the Risk Perception Mapping Demonstration 
Project may be obtained directly from John Stone (jvstone@umd.umich.edu; 
517-546-4981). For additional information about the SfAA/EPA 
Environmental Anthropology Fellowship Program and other joint SfAA/EPA 
activities, see http://www.sfaa.net/eap/abouteap.html.

Contact Dr. Michael Donahue (mdonahue@glc.org; 734-665-9135) for further 
information regarding the Great Lakes Commission Fellowship Program.


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