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Steven Taylor, associate professor of government, appeared on ABC News on August 19 to discuss the federal government's involvement in finding a solution to the protests occurring in Ferguson, MO.
Patrick Griffin, associate director of CCPS, spoke with Fox News on August 15 about the race to find a new Democratic Senate candidate in Montana.
Derek Hyra, associate professor of public administration and policy, contributed an article to a London School of Economics blog on August 14 regarding the political and cultural effects of gentrification.
Jennifer Lawless, director of the Women & Politics Institute, spoke with The Atlantic on August 13 for an article detailing the role of U.S. Treasurer, a civic office chaired only by women since 1949.
Jon Gould, professor of justice, law, and criminology, contributed an article to The Hill on August 13 arguing that the prevailing wisdom that judges are "neutral umpires" is incorrect and that non-legal factors motivate their work.
August 20 A Home Away From Home
First-year students flock to living-learning programs.
August 12 Tobias to Analyze State Department’s OIG
Bob Tobias was recently appointed to the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) Academy Panel, which will conduct an organizational analysis of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the U.S. Department of State.
AU has the most politically active students
—Princeton Review Best Colleges
In SPA's Politics, Policy, and Law Scholars Program, undergraduates use Washington as a laboratory for experience and learning to earn their bachelor's degree in three years.
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The Washington Institute for Public Affairs Research serves as a bridge between the academic and policy worlds, advancing scholarly research that addresses pressing issues and concerns.
Director of the American Communities Project Dante Chinni explores changes in the fault lines of the United States using a massive data library and a breakdown of communities to understand where the U.S. is going at the local level.