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In the Media
Seth Gershenson, assistant professor of public administration and policy, spoke with Education Week on October 1 about his research into classroom instruction and student achievement.
Derek Hyra, director of the Metropolitan Policy Center, spoke to Voice of America on September 30 about the housing dilemma Chinese residents in Chinatown are facing as prices in the area rise.
William LeoGrande, professor of government, appeared on CCTV-America on September 29 to discuss relations between the U.S. and Cuba.
Jennifer Lawless, director of the Women & Politics Institute, spoke with The Hill on September 24 about the lasting impact and damage the email server controversy could have on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Anita McBride, executive in residence, spoke to The Morning Call on September 22 about the upcoming papal visit and its potential significance.
A study by Todd Eisenstadt, Carl LeVan, and Tofigh Maboudi suggests that democracies may be stronger when ordinary citizens are involved in the initial stages of reforming of their country’s constitution.
Paul Christopher Manuel has joined AU School of Public Affairs as new director of the SPA Leadership Program and professor of government.
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