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How might the coronavirus change the world around us?

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By TESS EYRICH |

Unintended Consequences of Water Conservation on the Use of Treated Municipal Wastewater

A manuscript created by SPP Professors Kurt Schwabe and Mehdi Nemati, along with Refat Amin (MPP '18), Quynh Tran, and David Jassby, has been accepted by Nature Sustainability.

David Brady and Bruce Link on the Consequences of Child Poverty

David Brady and Bruce Link on the Consequences of Child Poverty
By Maya Prasad |

Riverside’s First Latina City Councilwoman to Speak at UCR

Riverside’s First Latina City Councilwoman to Speak at UCR
By Maya Prasad |

Have you ever wanted to become a City Manager?

Have you ever wanted to become a City Manager?
By Maya Prasad |

Social Services Panel: A Discussion on Alleviating Homelessness in Southern California

Social Services Panel: A Discussion on Alleviating Homelessness in Southern California
By Maya Prasad |

SPP Hosts Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren

SPP Hosts Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren
By Maya Prasad |

Community Health Organization CEO Talks Public Policy

Community Health Organization CEO Talks Public Policy
By Maya Prasad |

Ready for a Major Change? PBPL May Be Right For You.

Ready for a Major Change? PBPL May Be Right For You.
By Maya Prasad |

Former San Bernardino County CEO Speaks at Randall Lewis Seminar

Former San Bernardino County CEO Speaks at Randall Lewis Seminar
By Maya Prasad |

“R’Vote Matters” and “Reproductive Justice on R’Campus”

“R’Vote Matters” and “Reproductive Justice on R’Campus”
By Maya Prasad |

The Difference A Day Makes: How Pretrial Detention Informs Future Criminal Justice Involvement

The Difference A Day Makes: How Pretrial Detention Informs Future Criminal Justice Involvement
By Maya Prasad |

Introducing APPAM's Incoming 2020 Policy Council Members

UCR School of Public Policy Dean Anil Deolalikar was elected as a Policy Council Member for APPAM.
By APPAM |

Hotter, Drier, And On Fire: Will The IE Still Be Livable In 2100?

UCR School of Public Policy Associate Dean Kurt Schwabe participated in KPCC's podcast on Inland Empire's livability after 2100.
By Kurt Schwabe, Tim Krantz, Jonathan Parfrey, Andrea Vidaurre |

The Southern California Affordability Symposium: What is the Role of Water?

The Southern California Affordability Symposium: What is the Role of Water?
By Maya Prasad |

Evolution of Telecommunications: SPP Hosts Julio Figueroa

Evolution of Telecommunications: SPP Hosts Julio Figueroa
By Maya Prasad |

The Year’s Best Books About Higher Education

The Year’s Best Books About Higher Education
By Steven Brint |

SPP Hosts President of California Community Colleges Trustees

SPP Hosts President of California Community Colleges Trustees
By Maya Prasad |

#MeToo and #TimesUp: From Social Media and Public Protest to the Capital and Beyond

#MeToo and #TimesUp: From Social Media and Public Protest to the Capital and Beyond
By Maya Prasad |

California finds widespread water contamination of ‘forever chemicals’

California finds widespread water contamination of ‘forever chemicals’
By Anna M. Phillips, Anthony Pesce |