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Zhu paper on the effects of adjunct instructors on student outcomes published in Econ of Edu Review

Maria Zhu
Zhu paper on the effects of adjunct instructors on student outcomes published in Econ of Edu Review
October 22, 2021

Yingyi Ma Discusses Experiences of Chinese Students in US

Yingyi Ma, associate professor of sociology and director of Asian/Asian American Studies, took part in a virtual program, "People-to-People Exchange: Chinese Students in the U.S.," hosted by the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations (NCUSCR).
October 6, 2021

See related: China, Education, United States

Risk Factors Explaining Military Deaths From Suicide, 2008–2017: A Latent Class Analysis

Scott D. Landes, Janet M. Wilmoth, Andrew S. London
Sociologists Scott Landes, Andrew London and Janet Wilmoth examine the risk factors in military deaths by suicide.
September 25, 2021

See related: Mental Health

Three Faculty Members Named O’Hanley Scholars

Each was selected for outstanding teaching, scholarship and other accomplishments, including success with external grant support and service to the institution.
September 17, 2021

AP Article: Popp Weighs in on Biden's Proposed Civilian Climate Corps

David Popp, professor of public administration and international affairs, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "Biden, Dems push Civilian Climate Corps in echo of New Deal."
September 9, 2021

Rosenthal paper on effects of mortgage payment burden on underwater homeowners published in REE

John P. Harding, Jing Li, Stuart S. Rosenthal & Xirui Zhang
August 28, 2021

See related: Housing

Leonard Lopoo Named Volcker Chair at Maxwell School

A faculty member since 2004, he additionally serves as the director of the Center for Policy Research and director and co-founder of the Maxwell X Lab. 
August 19, 2021

Heflin paper on childhood injuries and food stamp benefits published in BMC Pediatrichealt

Colleen M. Heflin, Irma Arteaga, Jean Felix Ndashimye & Matthew P. Rabbitt
August 5, 2021

Montez article on US state policies, politics and life expectancy published in Milbank Quarterly

Jennifer Karas Montez, Jason Beckfield, Julene Kemp Cooney, Jacob M. Grumbach, Mark D. Hayward, Huseyin Zeyd Koytak, Steven H. Woolf, Anna Zajacova
August 5, 2021

Chen, Popp article on green stimulus in a post-pandemic recovery published in ERE

Ziqiao Chen, Giovanni Marin, David Popp & Francesco Vona
August 5, 2021

See related: COVID-19

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We continue to follow the advice of local public health officials in regards to in-person events. Please check Syracuse University’s Stay Safe website for the latest safety protocols before coming to campus or other in-person venues.

Paul Volcker Lecture in Behavioral Economics

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Dr. Brigitte Madrian (Brigham Young University) will present the Sixth Annual Paul Volcker Lecture in Behavioral Economics, titled "Applying Behavioral Insights to the Design of Public Policy".


Dr. Madrian is the Dean and Marriott Distinguished Professor in the Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business where she has a joint appointment in the Department of Finance and the George W. Romney Institute of Public Service and Ethics. Her current research focuses on behavioral economics and household finance, with a particular focus on household saving and investment behavior. Her work in this area has impacted the design of employer-sponsored savings plans in the U.S. and has influenced pension reform legislation both in the U.S. and abroad. She also uses the lens of behavioral economics to understand health behaviors and improve health outcomes.


This is a virtual event via zoom. Registration is required. Please submit the registration form

For more information about the Volcker Lecture, please visit the Volcker Lecture website or contact Katrina Fiacchi at kfiacchi@syr.edu.


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