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"As public administrators we are able to implement policy to address the most important social problems affecting the greatest number of people." Read more in the new book, Public Policy and Administration for the Curious: Why Study Public Policy and Administration?
Ed Freel's spring lecture series, covering contemporary issues in public policy and administration, are underway and occur most Tuesdays at 5pm in Memorial Hall. March 24: Tony Allen, April 13: Rita Landgraf (rescheduled), April 21: Ed Freel, April 28: John T.S. Keeler, May 5: Collin O'Mara. Get more details.
Research is finding that TV viewers in the tri-state area were shown 4x more political advertisements than actual news about the candidates themselves - which has serious implications for having an informed voter population. Get more details on USA Today.