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Link to:Sarah Mills:
Feb 05, 2018
An article by Sarah Mills, "Wind development in Pennsylvania: a reflection on state policy," was published in[...]
Link to:Catch up on Ford School faculty news in the Fall 2017 edition of State & Hill magazine
Dec 29, 2017
Tamar Mitts and Robert Axelrod participated in a trilateral workshop on the roots and trajectories of violent extremism[...]
Link to:Michigan News release: Statewide election survey explores problems, potential reforms
Nov 06, 2017
ANN ARBOR—A statewide survey of local officials shows that a majority are very confident in their jurisdiction's[...]
Link to:Michigan News release: Americans support hotly debated 'net energy metering' policies
Sep 06, 2017
Approximately three out of every four Americans—76 percent—support hotly debated net energy metering policies, which[...]
Link to:Michigan News release: In climate policy, Americans want states to pick up federal slack
Jun 09, 2017
A majority of Americans across the political spectrum believe states are responsible for addressing climate change in[...]

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Apr
18
Free and open to the public. C. Vivian Stringer is the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Rutgers University. With over 40 years of coaching experience, Coach Stringer's unique insights on how the world of sports continues to evolve, she'll share her history as a child growing up in Edenborn, PA, as a basketball/field hockey player at Slippery Rock University and as head women's basketball coach at three different Division I Universities (Cheyney State, University of Iowa and Rutgers University).
2012 - 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
May
05
This conference on the 'Long-run Impacts of Early Life Events,' brought together leading researchers to engage in a broad discussion of new findings and avenues for future research in this area. The conference featured paper and poster presentations from a range of scientific disciplines, including economics, demography, epidemiology, and human development. It was the third in a series of conferences examining the long-run impact of early life events and highlighting the importance of this emerging area of study. The goal of these conferences has been to accelerate
2011 -
Apr
12
In 2007, the U.S. Army introduced its newest counterinsurgency weapon into Iraq and Afghanistan: civilian social scientists. As members of the Human Terrain System (HTS), the social scientists are embedded in combat brigades, where they provide commanders with research and advice. HTS has been controversial from the start; many social scientists attack it for melding academia and national security and for violating research ethics codes. In this talk, I historicize HTS within the broader context of the relationship between social science and national security policy since the 1950s.
2010 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Dec
06
David Goldston is a Visiting Lecturer in the Science, Technology and Environment Program at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and he writes the monthly column 'Party of One' on Congress and science policy for the journal Nature. From 2001 through 2006, Goldston was the Chief of Staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, which has jurisdiction over much of the federal research and development budget.
2007 - 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Nov
15