Each student is required to participate in the departmental research seminar each semester they are in residence. This bi-weekly seminar provides an opportunity for faculty, students and outside guests to share their research methodology and findings. While students are expected to participate in the seminar each year, they must sign up for three graduate credits for the seminar one time. This is typically done during the student's second year. The formal requirements of the seminar are for the student to present a piece of original research in his or her second year.
All talks will be in the PA conference room (209 Eggers), Thursdays from 12:20-1:50 pm (unless otherwise noted):
Dates for Spring 2018
Amy Ellen Schwartz
Academic CV Workshop
2nd-Year PhD Student Paper Presentation: David Schwegman
"The Direct Evidence of Accountability-Driven Middle School Closure: Evidence from New York City."
|Speaker: Ingrid Gould Ellen; New York University Wagner School of Public Service|
2nd-Year PhD Student Paper Presentation: Ziqiao Chen
"State Policies and Innovation for Renewable Energy"
2nd-Year PhD Student Paper Presentation: Emily Gutierrez
"Weighing in on education finance equality: Do comprehensive pupil weights matter?"
|Guest Speaker: Rajeev Darolia; University of Kentucky Martin School of Public Policy and Administration|
2nd-Year PhD Student Paper Presentation: Jeehee Han
"Public housing and gentrification: Does access to better neighborhood resources improve student outcomes for low-income kids?"
2nd-Year PhD Student Paper Presentation: Hannah Patnaik
“The Impact of the Productive Safety Net Programme on Disease Progression and Food Security Among People Living with HIV in Ethiopia.”