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October 31, 2019
In a country terrorized by constant fear of another mass shooting, industry experts, advocates, legislators, and survivors don’t see a path to effective policy under the current administration.
October 28, 2019
White House
Adam Scher MPA '03 has been appointed as a White House Fellow in the Office of Management and Budget.
October 28, 2019
Claudia Lopez MPA '03 has been elected mayor of Bogota, Colombia.
October 15, 2019
Exponent Philanthropy
Danielle Garbe Reser MPA '01 , CEO of Sherwood Trust, received Exponent Philanthropy's 2019 "Outsized Impact Award" for creating a funders’ tour to promote rural philanthropy.
September 22, 2019
Neos Kosmos
John Sitilides MIA ’86 gave an in-depth interview to Neos Kosmos about being a first-generation American working as a strategist in Washington.
August 30, 2019
Anya Schiffrin discusses how the major impact of fact-checking has not been the building of trust or the suppression of online content or what has been debunked and flagged, but rather, the impact on the profession of journalism.
August 28, 2019
Washington Post
In a 2018 study, Alexander Hertel-Fernandez et. al. concluded that anti-union right-to-work laws caused the Democratic vote share to drop by 3.5 percent in states that passed such laws.
August 26, 2019
Valerie Mukherjee MPA '99 is running for Congress in Illinois's 10th district.
August 23, 2019
El Tiempo
Luis Alberto Rodriguez MPA-EPM '16 , the youngest technical vice minister of finance to hold that position in Colombia, will now assume the direction of the Department of National Planning (DPN).
August 23, 2019
University of Oxford SBS
Tsechu Dolma MPA '15 is the recipient of a Skoll Scholarship to pursure entrepreneurial solutions for urgent social and environmental challenges at the Said Business School.