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SPA professor looks at the expansion of presidential power since 9/11.
A constitution does not necessarily lead to more democracy, but it could if a country is willing to involve citizens of all types and backgrounds, in crafting it early on.
Robert Tobias, an SPA Distinguished Practitioner in Residence, was nominated by President Obama for a second five-year term as a member of the Internal Revenue Service Oversight Board.
SPA Assistant Professor Lewis Faulk has been appointed a research fellow of the Center for Organization Research and Design at the Arizona State University School of Public Affairs.
Three environmental leaders recently discussed financing low-carbon energy resources at the AU School of Public Affairs Scher Sustainability Forum on Private-Public Financing for Global Sustainability.
According to a new study published in the journal Children and Youth Services Review, children are at risk for food insecurity in communities across the income spectrum.