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John Fraser

Dr. Fraser is a conservation psychologist, architect, and educator. His research focuses on how our experience with media and community influences learning, attitudes, and motivations for engagement with solving the problems that face society. He holds adjunct faculty positions at Hunter College (CUNY), Columbia University, Canisius College, and Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). He holds the California Academy of Sciences appointment as Associate Editor - Operations for Curator: The MuseumJournal, and serves as a founding editorial board member for Museums & Social Issues. He is also a Research Scientist with Columbia University's Earth Institute.
Data You Can Use: Turning Anecdotes into Impact

John Fraser Christina Shane-Simpson

Click here to access a free preview of the Data You Can Use: Turning Anecdotes into Impact course! Many professionals at a range of organizations, from small start-ups to established...

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Preview of Data You Can Use: Turning Anecdotes into Impact

John Fraser Christina Shane-Simpson

This is a free preview (5 minutes) of the Data You Can Use: Turning Anecdotes into Impact course. The description of the full course (25 minutes) is provided below. Many professionals at...

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