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Dante Chinni, executive in residence, wrote an article for NBC News on May 25 that took a look at the statistical regional differences between families with a member who has served in the military and how the differences relate to urban and rural environments.
Jennifer Lawless, director of the Women & Politics Institute, spoke with the Washington Post on May 23 about how effective celebrity endorsements are for presidential campaigns.
Chris Edelson, assistant professor of government, wrote an op-ed for The Hill on May 22 about presidential candidate Jeb Bush's recent interview remarks regarding the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Betsy Fischer Martin, executive in residence, was featured in an article for Bizwomen on May 18. The feature highlighted Martin's current podcast "Trail Talk" and looked at some of the lessons she learned during her time working for "Meet the Press."
William LeoGrande, professor of government, spoke to Voice of America on May 18 for an article which focused on the U.S. and Cuba potentially re-opening embassies in each other's countries.
Faculty members and a Ph.D. student from the School of Public Affairs recently made an impactful showing at this year's AMERB conference in Izmir, Turkey.
Students, faculty, and friends gathered to celebrate the impact of Dotty Lynch on the field of political communication.
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.