Sandy Alkoutami has been chosen as a James C. Gaither Junior Fellow in Middle Eastern studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Read more.
Professor Hemelt will serve a 3 year term with the organization whose mission is to promote understanding of means by which resources are generated, distributed, and used to enhance human learning.
As part of Brookings’ conference Can big data improve economic measurement?—offered simultaneously as a webcast—Professor Moulton’s work on using Zillow microdata to value housing services will be part of the discussion of case studies using big, privately gathered data.
The Russell Sage Foundation awarded Professor Carmen Gutierrez a grant for her project “The ACA and the Demography of the U.S. Criminal Justice Population.”
Sabrina Marcos, a newly hired assistant state attorney, won a mock trial opening statement contest.
Stephen Friedman is an Emmy and Peabody award-winning creator of social impact campaigns. Using the power of storytelling and SYP’s experience in large-scale transformation, he partners with CEOs and philanthropists to tackle some of the biggest social challenges we face.
Priya, whose academic interest is particularly focused on the intersection between criminal justice and mental health, and an Oxford University Professor of Forensic Psychiatry worked on a systematic review examining prison healthcare last summer.
Averi highlights the immediate human health impact of the rapid rates of deforestation in Indonesia due to forest loss-induced spikes in malaria in her guest post.
Highlighting her work for the NSF-funded research study “Investigating the Impact of Hurricanes and School Responses on Students in Texas and North Carolina,” Professor Davis is in the UNC Office of Research Development Faculty Spotlight.
In addition to publication of her findings on healthcare coverage before and after the Affordable Care Act, Professor Gutierrez discusses the roles of employment, marriage, and other factors in explaining patterns of insurance coverage on “The Measure of Everyday Life.”
The recent convergence of abortion and contraceptive politics has led to areas where affordable contraception is difficult to come by.
The Public Sector Internship Fair on Friday, November 30, will feature internship opportunities with a variety of public sector organizations as well as skill-building workshops that will prepare you for your next big opportunity. All students are welcome!
President of the Association of American Universities and UNC alumna Mary Sue Coleman will deliver the 2018 Lambeth Lecture on November 29.
On Wednesday, Nov. 28, 12:30-2:00 pm, join students from the Capstone, Internship, and Applied Qualitative Research Methods courses as they share their work with community partners.
Please join us at a lunch conversation with Stephen Friedman as he discusses his career path and experiences with innovation and entrepreneurship.