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Ann Helen Haugerud Bostrom

Ann Helen Haugerud Bostrom, American public policy educator. Achievements include research in mental models of hazardous processes and on risk communication and decision making.

Background

  • Bostrom, Ann Helen Haugerud Daughter of Albert Ralph and Helen Augusta Haugerud.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in English, University Washington, 1983. Master of Business Administration, Western Washington University, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy in Public Policy Analysis, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, 1990.

    Career

    • Research associate Bureau Labor Statistics, Washington, 1991—1992. Assistant professor public policy Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 1992—1998, associate professor public policy, since 1998. Director, decision risk and management science program National Science Foundation, Ballston, Virginia, 1999—2001.

      Associate dean research Ivan Allen College, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, since 2004. Councilor Society for Risk Analysis, 2001—2004, chair, risk communications specialty group, 2000—2001. Consultant National Research Council, Institute Medicine, Transportation Research Board.

      Consultant board science counselors United States Environmental Protection Agency.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in mental models of hazardous processes and on risk communication and decision making.

    Works

    • Co-author: (book) Risk Communication: A Mental Models Approach, 2002. Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.

    Personality

    Interests

    Violin.

    Connections

    • Married Douglas Kaj Bostrom, June 21, 1985. 1 child Kaj Alexander Nelson.
    • father: Albert Ralph
    • mother: Helen Augusta Haugerud
    • spouse: Douglas Kaj Bostrom
    • child: Kaj Alexander Nelson Bostrom
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    Nationality
    • 1983
      University Washington
    • 1986
      Western Washington University
    • 1990
      Carnegie Mellon University
    • 1991 - 1992
      Research associate, Bureau Labor Statistics
      Washington, United States
    • 1992 - 1998
      assistant, professor public policy Georgia Institute of Technology
      Atlanta, North-West, South Africa
    • 1999 - 2001
      director, science program National Science Foundation
      Virginia, United States
    • 1999 - 2001
      decision risk and management, science program National Science Foundation
      Virginia, United States
    • 2004
      associate, Georgia Institute
      Atlanta, North-West, South Africa
    • 2004
      Technology, Georgia Institute
      Atlanta, North-West, South Africa
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