Leanne S. Giordono, PhD, MPA
School of Planning, Public Policy & Management
University of Oregon
I am a currently Visiting Faculty at the University of Oregon's School of Planning, Public Policy & Management (PPPM). Prior to pursuing my PhD in Public Policy at Oregon State University under a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, I spent almost fifteen years providing program evaluation and other applied research services to public-sector and non-profit clients. I also hold an MPA from Princeton University’s School of International and Public Affairs. I use she/her/hers pronouns.
April 2022. Shelter from the storm: How perceived extreme event experience and government trust shape public support for climate change mitigation policy in the United States. Keep reading!
March 2022. Understanding SNAP use patterns among older adults. Keep reading!
February 2022. How much does state context matter in emergency savings? Disentangling the Individual and Contextual conributions of the financial capability constructs. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. Keep reading!
For previous publications, see my CV.
Giordono, L., Boudet, H., Zanocco, C. (2021, August 19). This Year’s Extreme Fires and Floods May Change What Americans Think About Climate Change, Our Research Finds. Read more here!
Boudet, H. (2021, March 18). Oregonians views on the 2020 wildfires and climate change. In The Climate CIRCulator. Read more here!
Miller, D. (2020, October 26). OSU researchers develop more accurate measure of Oregon poverty. In Think Out Loud. Listen to the broadcast here!
Weill, K. (2020, September 15). America Is on Fire, and It’s an Inequality Nightmare. The Daily Beast. Read here!
Toussaint, K., & Toussaint, K. (2020, September 2). Natural disasters can inspire better local climate change policies—if they’re notably deadly or weird. Fast Company. Read here!
For more media clippings, see my Media page.