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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 Year’s Best Books About Higher Education

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

California finds widespread water contamination of ‘forever chemicals’

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

Jesse Melgar, un vocero con raíces centroamericanas y mexicanas

Jesse Melgar, un vocero con raíces centroamericanas y mexicanas
By Araceli Martínez Ortega |

Presidents aren't immune to treason convictions. Just look to Ukraine.

Presidents aren't immune to treason convictions. Just look to Ukraine.
By Indra Ekmanis |

Is Meritocracy Making Everyone Miserable?

Is Meritocracy Making Everyone Miserable?
By Louis Menand |

New UC students share their hopes and dreams

New UC students share their hopes and dreams
By Nicole Freeling |

New center to address health disparities in inland Southern California

New center to address health disparities in inland Southern California
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

Republicans Changed Their Mind About Higher Education Really Quickly

Republicans Changed Their Mind About Higher Education Really Quickly
By Joe Pinkser |

Sociology and public policy professor wins CHASS distinguished lecturer award

Sociology and public policy professor wins CHASS distinguished lecturer award
By University Communications |

What’s behind the desire for ‘skilled’ immigrants? Racial prejudice.

What’s behind the desire for ‘skilled’ immigrants? Racial prejudice.
By Neil Malhotra and Benjamin Newman |

MPP Students Receive a Grant to Collaborate with the R'Pantry

MPP Students Receive a Grant to Collaborate with the R'Pantry
By Madeleine Bunting |

Internship Program Offers Experience in Policy Work

The UCR School of Public Policy Internship Program provides students an opportunity to apply what they learn in the classroom to the real world.
By Maya Prasad |

Bryan Alexander's Future Trends Forum with Guest Steven Brint

Bryan Alexander's Future Trends Forum with Guest Steven Brint
By Future Trends Forum |

The Unkept Promises of Higher Education

UCR Public Policy Professor Steven Brint's bookTwo Cheers for Higher Education: Why American Universities Are Stronger Than Ever—and How They Meet the Challenges They Face is featured in The American Prospect article.
By David Kirp |

Five myths about the Ivy League

Five myths about the Ivy League
By Jerome Karabel |

'It's a war around the truth': Health experts, Facebook and YouTube play catch-up with anti-vaxxers

'It's a war around the truth': Health experts, Facebook and YouTube play catch-up with anti-vaxxers

Asian women who immigrate to U.S. may have higher breast cancer risk, research finds

Asian women who immigrate to U.S. may have higher breast cancer risk, research finds
By Charles Lam |

Senior Policy Fellow Barry Wallerstein Receives Clean Air Award

Senior Policy Fellow Barry Wallerstein Receives Clean Air Award
By California Air Resources Board |