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Landes, London, Wilmoth article on service-connected disability published in Armed Forces & Society

Scott D. Landes, Andrew S. London & Janet M. Wilmoth
August 4, 2021

Heflin, Rothbart, Mackenzie-Liu paper published in Population Research and Policy Review

Colleen Heflin, Michah W. Rothbart & Mattie Mackenzie-Liu
August 4, 2021

Heflin paper on hypertension, diabetes and medication adherence among older SNAP published in JAG

Colleen Heflin, Leslie Hodges, Chinedum O. Ojinnaka & Irma Arteaga
August 4, 2021

Austin Brown paper on substance use disorder recorvery published in The Qualitative Report

Naomi Watkins, Austin McNeill Brown & Kayce Courson
August 4, 2021

Monnat discusses the US drug crisis on CBS News Radio

Shannon Monnat, associate professor of sociology and Lerner Chair for Public Health Promotion, was interviewed on CBS News Radio's "America: Changed Forever" podcast about drug abuse and the role the COVID-19 pandemic may have played in last year's drug-related deaths.
July 28, 2021

Harrington Meyer quoted in NY Times piece on vacationing with grandparents

Madonna Harrington Meyer, university professor of sociology and author of "Grandmothers at Work," is included in the New York Times article, "How to Have a Fun, Multigenerational Family Vacation." 
July 19, 2021

Popp cited in New York Times article on green jobs

David Popp, professor of public administration and international affairs, is included in the New York Times article, "Building Solar Farms May Not Build the Middle Class."
July 16, 2021

Linking Policy Design, Change and Outputs

Saba Siddiki, Chris Koski
July 14, 2021

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July 12, 2021

Flores-Lagunes comments on Northeast labor gains in Business Insider

Alfonso Flores-Lagunes, professor of economics, says that "people are feeling more comfortable going to restaurants, traveling, and right now in the Northeast, it's a good time to travel because it's not as cold."
July 11, 2021

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CPR Seminar Series: Graduate Student Seminar

060 Eggers Hall

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CPR graduate students will present their work as part of the CPR Seminar Series.

Mattie Mackenzie-Liu (virtual) - StopGAP or Solution: Evaluating the Guardianship Assistance Program
Giuseppe Germinario - A Voucher a Day Keeps the Doctor Away: Bounding the Effect of Housing Assistance on Recipients’ Health
Christopher Rick - Can Public School Buses Help Solve the Urban Congestion Problem?
Maeve Maloney - Why Do Home Prices Appreciate Faster in Central Cities? The Role of Risk-Return Trade-offs in Real Estate Markets
Dongmei Zuo - A Lack of Food for Thought: Near-elderly Food Insecurity and Later-life Cognitive Impairments Among Americans
Stephanie Coffey - Did Rosie D. Improve Special Education? Evidence from Massachusetts

For more information, please contact Emily Minnoe at erminnoe@syr.edu.


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