Tag: Research Seminar
- Public Policy Research Seminar: Propagating Civic Education Practice in Illinois
Felicia Sullivan presents study findings on how student populations and community contexts create complex educational ecosystems.
- MSIS Research Seminar: PhD Student Farzaneh Nasirian
PhD student Farzaneh Nasirian will present her research.
- Public Policy Research Seminar: Connections Between Unstable Housing and Unstable Schooling
Deirdre Oakley presents study findings on how the low-income private rental housing market in high poverty, highly segregated neighborhoods affect/shape the lives of families with children.
- Public Policy Spring 2017 Research Seminar with Christian Weller
Speaking on women’s economic risk exposure and savings, Christian Weller is a professor of public policy and public affairs in the Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs.
- Public Policy Research Seminar Fall 2016 Aroon Manoharan
From E-Government to E-Governance: The Promise of Mobile Technologies” Aroon Manoharan is an assistant professor, Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs. Sean Mossey is a public policy doctora
- Public Policy Research Seminar Fall 2016 Shunsaku Komatsuzaki
Emotion and attitude formation in radioactive waste management post-Fukushima” Shunsaku Komatsuzaki, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo
- Public Policy Research Seminar Fall 2016 Mark Warren
Building an educational justice movement: Organizing against the School to Prison Pipeline” project. Professor Mark Warren, Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs
- Public Policy Research Seminar: The Power of Numbers
Join us for this research seminar sponsored by John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies, Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs.
- Public Policy Research Seminar: Lifecycle Events and Their Consequences
The purpose of the Public Policy research seminar series is to discuss current research, facilitate professional development and networking, and provide news on current events in the department.