LeBas and Gray

Research ·

Research Examines Perception of African Authoritarian Rulers by Electorate

Candidates with Authoritarian Pasts Find Homes in Kenyan Parliament
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Decarbonization: The View from Some Economic Sectors

Environment ·

Economic Sector and Policy Experts Discuss Climate Change Efforts and Challenges

Representatives from industry and academia said avoiding severe climate change will take a continuous and escalating effort over the next three decades.
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Cris Dinu

Achievements ·

SPA’s Graduate Student Mentoring Program Makes Vital Connections in Disconnected Times

New expanded program now serves all SPA graduate students
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Robert Putnam, Shaylyn Romney Garrett, Jim Thurber

Government & Politics ·

Can Today’s Polarized America Come Together Again?

James Thurber interviews authors of The Upswing
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polar ice melting

Environment ·

SPA Kicks Off Webinar Series on Pathways to a Decarbonized Economy and a More Livable Planet

Panel of international experts weighed in on global progress on decarbonization
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Dan Fiorino

Research ·

Partisanship Disrupts Governmental Collaboration on the Environment

SPA Professor and Student Publish Article Analyzing Federal-State Relationship on Environmental Policy Over Time
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Todd Eisenstadt

Environment ·

SPA Professor Takes on the Politics of International Climate Change

Eisenstadt’s agenda showcases evidence-based issues and solutions through webinar series, multiple publications, and a textbook.
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SPA Ranked 13 in U.S. News & World Report

Announcement ·

AU’s School of Public Affairs Is Top Ranked in D.C. in New U.S. News & World Report Rankings

School of Public Affairs Is Ranked No. 13 in 2022 U.S. News & World Report Rankings
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Gun store counter

Research ·

SPA Professor Studies Relationship Between Mass Shootings and Gun Sales

National conversations about gun control cause knee-jerk gun shopping, especially among first-time handgun buyers
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empty classroom desks

Research ·

SPA Professor Refutes Link Between Immigration Status and School Violence

Data shows no or negative association, reshaping the conversation about resource allocation in schools
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