Public Administration and International Affairs Department News, Media Commentary and Research
Saba Siddiki Named Chapple Professor
Saba Siddiki has been named the Chapple Family Professor of Citizenship and Democracy at the Maxwell School. She is the fourth faculty member to hold the professorship, created in 2006 with a gift from alumnus and Maxwell School Advisory Board member John H. Chapple ’75 B.A. (PSc)/’11 Hon.
See related: Giving, Promotions & Appointments
Heflin Discusses Teen Food Insecurity, Education on This Week in Sociological Perspective Podcast
Professor Colleen Heflin was interviewed on the This Week in Sociological Perspective podcast about her upcoming paper, "Exposure to Food Insecurity during Adolescence and Educational Attainment."
See related: Children, Adolescents, Food Security, Social Justice, U.S. Education, United States
What’s at Stake in Ukraine? Maxwell Faculty Examine the Impact of Russia’s Invasion
The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs hosted a panel discussion and Q&A Monday, titled “What’s at Stake in Ukraine?” The event brought together respected faculty experts who examined the repercussions of Russia’s invasion.
See related: International Affairs, International Governmental Organizations, NATO, Russia, Ukraine
Banks Talks to New York Observer About NATO, Cyberwarfare
See related: Cybersecurity, NATO, Russia, Ukraine
Delta Democracy: Pathways to Incremental Civic Revolution in Egypt and Beyond
See related: International Affairs, Middle East & North Africa
Schwartz, Rothbart Piece on Expanding Access to Free School Lunch Published in Education Next
See related: Children, Adolescents, Food Security, Nutrition, U.S. Education, United States
Williams Discusses NATO Options Regarding Russia, Ukraine in AC Blog
Perceived access to PrEP as a critical step in engagement
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Conceptualising Policy Design in the Policy Process
In this article, Saba Siddiki, associate professor of public administration and international affairs, and her co-author discuss how scholars guided by different orientations to studying policy design are addressing and measuring common policy design concepts and themes, and offer future research opportunities.
Mihm Speaks to FedScoop About Biden's Learning Management Agenda
See related: Economic Policy, Government, United States
O'Keefe Talks to The Guardian About SpaceX's Latest Venture
See related: Space Exploration, United States
Tracking COVID’s Toll
Pandemic research by Maxwell faculty and students is shaping policy and perception on everything from aging to opioid addiction.
See related: COVID-19, Food Security, Mental Health, Parenting & Family, United States
Alumni Spotlight: Joining the Global Conversation
Jen Proch ’21 M.A.I.R. took advantage of an internship with the Council of Europe and the Atlantis Program, which enables students to earn master’s degrees from both Maxwell and the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin.
See related: Internships, Student Experience, Study Abroad
Anger, Despair and Seeds of Hope
Maxwell alumni wonder whether the changes they worked for in Afghanistan will endure after the ‘heartbreaking’ U.S. withdrawal.
See related: Afghanistan, Civil Rights, Foreign Policy, Gender and Sex, Human Rights, International Affairs
Herrold Piece on the Summit for Democracy Published in Foreign Policy
See related: Foreign Policy, Government, United States
The impact of pork-barrel capital funding in schools: Evidence from participatory budgeting in NYC
See related: Economic Policy
Lambright Discusses How NASA Administrators Transfer Power on Federal News Network
See related: Government, Space Exploration, United States
Impacts of Property Tax Levy on Housing Price and Rent
See related: China
WP 243 Using Pupil Transportation Data to Explore Educational Inequities and Outcomes: Case Study