Associate Director of the Battelle Center for Science & Technology Policy
Professor Boardman's research and teaching are focused on boundary-spanning and knowledge-intensive coordinated problem solving, which occurs at the intersection of public policy implementation, organizational and network behavior, and management and leadership. Thus far his research addresses the implementation of national policies promoting scientific and technical innovation.
He is currently associate professor in the John Glenn School of Public Affairs, associate director of the Battelle Center for Science and Technology Policy, evaluator for the National Science Foundation, consultant to the Science and Technology Policy Institute, and associate editor of The Journal of Technology Transfer.
Professor Boardman’s research is published in top public affairs journals including Journal of Policy Analysis & Management and Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory and also in top science and technology policy journals including Research Policy and The Journal of Technology Transfer.
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