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Joseph Young, associate professor of justice, law, and criminology, spoke to International Business Times on November 20 about how law enforcement will need to adapt to prevent potential suicide bombers in light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.

Tricia Bacon, assistant professor of justice, law, and criminology, was interviewed by MSNBC on November 19 to discuss the challenges and benefits of coordinating efforts between nations in combating ISIS.

Chris Edelson, assistant professor of government, wrote an article for the American Constitution Society on November 19 arguing that it is important to unite Americans of all faiths in light of the recent terrorist attacks rather than divide them based on religion.

Jennifer Lawless, director of the Women & Politics Institute, spoke to Roll Call on November 18 about how voters now view party affiliation as more important than any gender biases in their election choices.

Dave Marcotte, professor of public administration and policy, wrote an article for The Baltimore Sun on November 18 about the importance of states funding public universities.

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Laura Langbein accepts the JCPA and ICPA-Forum's Best Comparative Paper Award. AU's School of Public Affairs' graduate program in public administration is ranked #3 according to graduateprograms.com
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