Veeraraghavan, of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, will speak about his new book, Patching Development: Information Politics and Social Change in India, at the Feb. 24 online event.
In addition to the Zoom session, on Feb. 17 at 4 p.m., prospective students are invited to virtual drop-in admissions sessions every Tuesday and Thursday through April.
The work, “Sex Segregation as Policy Problem: A Gendered Policy Paradox,” received the 2021 Best Article Award from the journal Politics, Groups, and Identities.
SPP's director is the recipient of the American Society for Public Administration’s Riggs Award, the most prestigious award in the field of comparative public administration.
As an aide to state Rep. Lindsay Sabadosa, Mathis is working on a bill that would expand abortion services at public universities in Massachusetts, a project she began while an intern in the legislator's office.
The bachelor’s in public policy will be a liberal arts degree based in the social sciences that will provide students a multidisciplinary lens through which to understand, analyze, and craft solutions to public problems.
The new reports from the UMass Political Economy Research Institute list top corporate air and water polluters and top greenhouse gas emitters in the United States.
Shoub, whose research interests include issues of race, gender, and policing in public policy, will join SPP next fall. "Kelsey is doing pathbreaking research on questions of critical importance," said Director Alasdair Roberts.