Sesssion Summary: Making Public Policy Research Useful and Used: Lessons from Health Services Research and Beyond

First-year MPP graduate student Brianna Keys attended and worked as a student assistant at the APPAM spring 2015 conference, How Policymakers Use APPAM Member Research, on April 11 in Washington, DC. The goal of the spring APPAM conference was to begin a dialogue among academic researchers; policymakers, who create policy; and practitioners, who implement policy in order to advance the […]

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MPP Student Summarizes APPAM Conference

The Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) held its spring conference earlier this month.  The spring conference is typically devoted to the administration of public policy (and public administration) programs.  Bloustein School MPP student, Becky Kelleman gave a student perspective on the conference now available online here.

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EJB policy students assist at 2012 APPAM conference

Earlier this month, three Bloustein School policy students were among five chosen to assist with the communications efforts at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) 2012 conference in Baltimore. The students were Shreya Barot, Katherine Centore, and Claire Phelan. Read more about them below. Congratulations to each! Shreya Barot Shreya Barot is in her first […]

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