The ISTPP Fellows program recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution to the development of the Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy and to its mission, aims, and objectives. Participation as an ISTPP Fellow is by invitation from the Institute. Fellows are selected based upon current and past collaboration with the Institute on interdisciplinary proposals, projects, and scholarship, as well as distinguished accomplishments within the individual's discipline.
Dr. Stoutenborough is a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Political Science at Idaho State University. His research interests include public policy, U.S. state politics, public opinion, and political psychology with a substantive interest in science and technology issues like climate change and renewable energy. Dr. Stoutenborough currently researches institutional and behavioural paradigms and how to better integrate them.James W. Stoutenborough
Dr. Rogers is an associate professor of political science in the Liberal Arts Program at Texas A&M University in College Station and Qatar. Dr. Roger's research considers how institutions interact in separation-of-power systems with a focus on the role of courts in those systems. Dr. Rogers also specializes in the use of mathematical models to analyze political phenomena, focusing on the design and engineering of political and legal institutions.James R. Rogers