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Five panels organized by faculty Yasmine Ergas and Eugenia McGill examine challenge across varied policy arenas.

Kakadu National Park in Australia is successful example, write Professor Ben Orlove and co-authors.

Professor discusses his new book, ‘Climate Shock,’ in advance of March 30 event.

Proposal for competition at Penn would support increased family engagement in New York public schools

“I get to do something every day that affects people’s lives,” he says.

A chance encounter led to an appearance at SIPA by Arun Jaitley, India’s finance minister, who spoke about economic challenges and opportunities for India just two days after he released a much-anticipated national budget...

Sazak discusses his recently published article in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and how SIPA has influenced his views.

Johnathan Rynhold, author of The Arab-Israeli Conflict in American Political Culture, considered the foundations of American identification with Israel in a recent talk at the Saltzman Institute.

Rodin, a 2014 recipient of SIPA’s Global Leadership Award and former president of the University of Pennsylvania, discussed her new book in a recent visit.

The honor, which recognizes young scholars for “distinguished performance and a unique potential to make substantial contributions to their field,” brings $50,000 in research support.

PaisaBack will use mobile technology to encourage women in India to get preventive health care; Terranga’s mobile app will connect travelers worldwide with local residents of the places they visit.

Officials from the National Intelligence Council visited SIPA February 11 to discuss the upcoming version of the Global Trends Report—a declassified document that attempts to aid policymakers in long-term planning by predicting the major ..

Despite current impediments, says Kevin Ryan of Gilt Groupe and Business Insider, “these things will happen.” 

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and SIPA's David Dinkins are among featured participants.

The Dean’s Public Policy Challenge Grant is a competition among students to develop innovative projects that use digital technology and data to improve the global urban environment.


In this year’s Silver Lecture, he says WTO will remain pillar of global economic government.

Technology, surveillance, and profiling have come together to create tension with traditional models of jurisprudence, said the author and Columbia Law School professor.

Panagariya, a SIPA faculty member for more than a decade, will serve in the cabinet of Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India.

Alumna discusses data revolution, public policy, and new Columbia boot camp in computational tools that will help shape future policymaking.

The United Nation’s Conference of the Parties (COP 20) took place in Lima, Peru.

Dean Janow accompanied students presenting papers on a variety of subjects.

A beta version of a multimedia website, Stateless Voices, is currently online.

Event is December 11 at 6:30 p.m. on IAB’s 15th floor.

The departing diplomat, who will teach at SIPA next semester, discussed her career, plans for her course, and more.

Contributions by Rohit T. Aggarwala to MTA commission are based in part on findings in spring workshop.

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