Accomplished alumnus Don Baer ’76 will discuss his career, which has spanned leading roles as a media and communications executive for a wide range of business, government and non-profit organizations, on October 10.
Professor Lauen publishes a policy brief for the MyFutureNC commission on elementary and secondary test score achievement trends and the relationship between achievement and postsecondary access.
Students working with WomenNC found that low-income women of color are “particularly burdened” by gentrification in Durham.
Congratulations to Emily for receiving the 2018 University Award for the Advancement of Women for her work as the co-founder of the Carolina Feminist Coalition, co-chair of Carolina Advocating for Gender Equity, senior print editor of The Siren Magazine and a program developer and volunteer at the Carolina Women’s Center.
Carolina Arts and Sciences magazine profiles the UNC Honors Seminar on Public Policy and Global Affairs.
Ashu Handa and Gustavo Angeles’ “Paying for Happiness: Experimental Results from a Large Cash Transfer Program in Malawi” and Jeremy Mouton’s “Who Benefits from Targeted Property Tax Relief? Evidence from Virginia Elections”
Governor Haslam impressed students and faculty with his leadership on education policies at the Carolina Forum.
The Fragile State of the National Institutes of Health Pediatric Research Portfolio, 1992-2015 Doing More With Less?March 22, 2018
Professor Gitterman and colleagues examine the fragile state of biomedical spending on childhood diseases.
The UNC 2018 Public Policy commencement took place Saturday May 12 at 2 pm at The Friday Center.
In this simulation, students portray a variety of roles (policy analyst, Senator, member of the media, bill writer, etc.) and create from the ground up a comprehensive immigration reform bill in the U.S. Senate.
Rachael Chong, CEO and Founder of Catchafire, a community of individuals striving to push the social good sector forward by focusing on efficient and effective ways to give back.
“Answering the Call to Lead: To be the Force for Good for the State of Tennessee” Under his leadership, Tennessee is recognized as a national leader in education, economic development, efficient government and fiscal strength.