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Anna Krome-Lukens wins Chapman Family Teaching Award

February 15, 2024

Anna Krome-Lukens, Teaching Associate Professor and Director of Experiential Education, is a 2024 recipient of the prestigious Chapman Family Teaching Award! Her work in the Senior Capstone has made a tremendous impact on both Public Policy students and the communities … Read more

MPP Student Featured on Panel

February 13, 2024

Master of Public Policy student, Caitlyn Yaede, participated as a panelist following a screening of the Independent Lens documentary Breaking the News. Discussion topics: equality and diversity in media, the power of media and journalism, underrepresented journalists and more.   Great … Read more

Steve Hemelt Coauthors EdResearch for Action Brief

February 7, 2024

Results for America and the Annenberg Institute at Brown University released a new EdResearch for Action brief – Promoting Student Success in Early College Credit Courses – expanding the conversation about early college credit courses from equal enrollment to equal … Read more

PhD Student First Authors Article

December 18, 2023

PhD student, Katherine Burley, recently had her work published in a Nature article entitled, “Cities and regions tackle climate change mitigation but often focus on less effective solutions.” Katherine was named first author of this work-  which is incredibly impressive … Read more

PLCY Winter Graduate Heads to New Zealand

December 12, 2023

Emma Cohn, a Public Policy and Global Studies major, is graduating this December with a 4.0 GPA. Cohn’s post-graduation plans are as unconventional as her time at Carolina. Read more about her undergraduate journey, as well as her plans for … Read more

PhD Student Authors Report

December 11, 2023

PhD student, Samuel Akau, authored a report entitled, “Understanding Multidimensional Fragility in South Sudan: A Baseline Study of Kajo-Keji, Yei, Bor, and Wau Counties.” The report is online here.   Outstanding work, Samuel!

Public Policy in Action

November 9, 2023

The North Carolina legislature has recently allocated $2.5 million in hopes of enhancing outdoor recreation in the town of Old Fort. This town is significant to public policy students, as it has been the focus of two semesters of public … Read more