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Reeher Discusses Rep. Katko's Retirement With The Hill, WRVO

January 20, 2022
Rep. John Katko (R-NY 24th District) announced his retirement last week, creating an opportunity for Democrats to pick up a seat. But some experts warn that nominating someone who is too far to the left could turn off moderate voters, such as those who voted for both Biden and Katko in 2020.

Gadarian Quoted in Newsweek Article on Feds Financing Bridge Repair

January 19, 2022
Professor Shana Kushner Gadarian says that the federal government must ensure that a community's residents understand that the infrastructure improvements came from Washington and not locally or from the state. 

Gadarian Discusses Forthcoming Book on Politics, COVID With Raw Story

January 13, 2022
Professor Shana Kushner Gadarian is the co-author of the forthcoming "Pandemic Politics: How COVID-19 Exposed the Depth of American Polarization" (Princeton University Press).

Mihm Speaks to FedScoop About Biden's Learning Management Agenda

January 7, 2022
On FedScoop's "The Daily Scoop" podcast, Chris Mihm, adjunct professor of public administration and international affairs and former managing director for strategic issues at the Government Accountability Office, explains what’s important about the learning agenda and the process of taking in comments on it.

Reeher Weighs in on Gov. Hochul's 2022 Strategy in Spectrum News Piece

January 4, 2022
“What I see her doing right now is pushing restrictions and regulations about as far as they can be pushed given the appetite of the people for them at this point,” says Professor Grant Reeher, director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute.

In the Washington Post, Griffiths Discusses Secessionist Movements

January 3, 2022
In the Washington Post article, “Secession might seem like the lesser of two evils. It’s also the less likely,” Ryan Griffiths, associate professor of political science, says, “In the long run, there will be another secessionist movement in the United States. It will just happen. No country is permanent. It will change. It will break apart in some way.”

Lambright Discusses How NASA Administrators Transfer Power on Federal News Network

December 9, 2021
Professor Harry Lambright recently penned a report which draws on insights from recent and past NASA administrators to chart how leaders have passed the torch toward enabling machine and human space exploration of Mars, and its long-term impact on strategic priorities for the space program. 

Monmonier Weighs in on Upstate NY in Westchester Magazine

November 30, 2021
Mark Monmonier, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Geography and the Environment, weighs in on the upstate-downstate breakdown in the Westchester Magazine article, "So Where Does “Upstate” New York Really Begin?"

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