Tidings and Soundings: Timely, Thoughtful, Scholarship for Practice as provided by Max Stephenson, Jr.
The Virginia Tech Institute for Policy and Governance (IPG), led by Max Stephenson, Jr., Professor of Public and International Affairs, maintains an active program of empirical and theoretical research and learning linked to the Institute’s [...]
Broadening the mind, exploring new places: Sustainable Policy-Making and Planning in Europe Study abroad affords fantastic opportunities
Advancing environmental, social and economic sustainability is one of the most important challenges, and opportunities, of our time. Given the complex nature of the ‘wicked’ problems we face, persistent uncertainties and competing interests and priorities, [...]
Virginia Tech’s MPA Program Seeks Adjunct Faculty to Teach Public Budgeting, Policy/Program Evaluation, and Public Policy Processes in Alexandria
VT’s nationally-ranked Masters in Public Administration program seeks adjunct faculty to teach courses in Public Budgeting, Policy/Program Evaluation, and Public Policy Processes at the School for Public and International Affairs campus in Alexandria, Va., starting [...]
Tiffany Absher, April Alford, Dee Anne Brooks, Denny Brooms, Amanda Craig, Barbara Edwards, Oscar Flores, Charlene Guynn, Danyale Lundy, Matt Miller, Melissa Nester, Rebecca Nester, Don Newberry, Katie Newman, Rebecca Oakes, Lisa Patton, Thomas Smith, [...]
Virginia Tech Students Offer Recommendations to the U.S. State Department on Preventing Middle East Conflict
Washington Semester in Global Engagement gives Virginia Tech students real-world experience presenting recommendations to the U.S. State Department
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