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Breaches of Peer Review Integrity
An Update from the NIH
It is a priority to us to continue to engage with the community about what constitutes a breach of NIH peer review integrity – including, but not limited to: A reviewer sending grant...
July 15, 2019
News: Retirements and Hirings
Sally Helms retiring after 27 years as Grad. Program Coord.
Good afternoon public policy friends! After 27 years of service at UMBC and the School of Public Policy, our incredible Graduate Program Coordinator Sally Helms is retiring at the end of July....
July 1, 2019
Prof. George La Noue publishes new book: Silenced Stages
On academic freedom and campus policy debates
Public Policy Professor Emeritus George La Noue recently released his newest book, "Silenced Stages: The Loss of Academic Freedom and Campus Policy Debates." Synopsis: Recently, many...
July 1, 2019
Race and Ethnic Politics Conference @ UMD-CP- August 1
PUBL's Dr. Tormos-Aponte presenting
A conference of interest for faculty and graduate students: Race and Ethnic Politics Conference at the University of Maryland College Park, August 1st. Our own postdoctoral research...
June 27, 2019
Graduate assistantship in education of ethics in technology
12-mo Grad Asst position open to start August 2019
ATTN Public Policy Students! Opportunity starting in the Fall 2019 for a graduate research assistant interested in a project on education of ethics in technology. This is to work on the...
June 6, 2019
New proposal policy by the UMBC Office of Sponsored Programs
A new policy for proposal submission is being implemented by UMBC’s Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP). As of August 1, 2019, OSP will require that proposals be received, in a ready-to-submit...
June 5, 2019
Prof. Rennie Short publ blog post on urban imaginaries
Published on Regional Studies Association's online blog
Last week, Prof. John Rennie Short was invited to write a post for the Regional Studies Association's online blog. In the post titled "Three Imaginaries of The Urban Now," Prof. Rennie Short...
March 28, 2019
Public Policy hosts Public Policy Camp for regional students
Alumni, community leaders, and current students joined
On Tuesday, the School of Public Policy hosted a one-day Public Policy Camp with the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) for regional undergraduate students interested in...
March 15, 2019
Summer School Registration begins today!
PUBL 604 and SOCY 606 to be offered
Two Public Policy core courses are being offered this summer. PUBL 604 and SOCY 606. These are six week courses, two evenings a week. Economics is also offering ECON 652 (online)....
March 4, 2019
"Engaging Scientists in the Science and Religion Dialogue"
An AAAS Conference at UMBC
UMBC is one of six universities nationwide selected to host the “Engaging Scientists in the Science and Religion Dialogue” project, administered by the American Association for the Advancement of...
March 4, 2019
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