School of Public Policy Professor Charlie Schweik and alumna Pammy Eisner were among the founders of the project, which brings educational resources to schools and libraries in Malawi.
In a new article, the scholar of socially responsible companies looks at the ways consumers, employees, and investors are influencing corporate behavior.
As early learning services program monitor at the Minnesota Department of Education, Solie works to improve the quality of early learning programs and increase access for all children.
The report is the first to examine the link between the expansion of the jail and prison population and overdose deaths at the county level.
The newly formed American Economic Association committee will monitor the status and support the advancement of LGBTQ people in the profession.
Laurie Johnson of the Economics Department and Adam Friedman, executive director of Voter Choice Massachusetts, will speak about efforts to bring the electoral reform to Massachusetts.
"What surprised me the most was the complexities of town politics in smaller rural municipalities. Every nuance of professional and personal relationships in these close-knit communities affects the outcome of an issue."