Neil Stenhouse

Neil Stenhouse
Bio: 

Neil is a doctoral student in communication and graduate research assistant for 4C. His interests include communicating the scale and nature of the risks involved with climate change, and building understanding of (and support for) the transformation of global energy systems.

At 4C, Neil's current projects include research on NASA's climate website, an analysis of American Meteorological Society (AMS) members' views on the conflict at AMS over global warming, and an investigation of the research needs of a variety of climate communication practitioners.

Prior to arriving at Mason, Neil studied social cognition, cognitive ergonomics, and philosophy of science at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He also studied political science and international relations at the University of Auckland.

Education: 

BSc (’05), Psychology, University of Otago
PGDipSci (’06), Psychology, University of Otago
GradDipArts (’10), Political Studies, University of Auckland