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Faculty Research and Achievements

Faculty Research and Achievements

Media Mention April 29, 2021

Jeremi Suri: History of American Power

Presidential historian Jeremi Suri talks about the history of American Power.

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Media Mention April 21, 2021

Joe Biden faces major test building U.S. credibility at climate summit

Josh Busby spoke to The Guardian about this week's climate summit and American credibility in the return to climate diplomacy. 

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Media Mention April 21, 2021

James Galbraith: « Les Américains ne voient pas l’Etat comme un monstre »

Joe Biden met en place des plans de relance et d’investissement massifs. La population est-elle prête à accepter un rôle accru de l’Etat ? Selon l’économiste James Galbraith, professeur à l’université du Texas, le nouveau locataire de la Maison-Blanche a compris que le vrai danger politique

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News April 9, 2021

Todd Olmstead on team awarded $3.5M grant to study peer recovery support in substance use treatment

LBJ School Professor of Public Affairs Todd Olmstead is a co-investigator on a recently awarded National Institutes of Health grant to examine the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of using peer recovery supports (paraprofessionals who have "lived experience" with substance use problems) to improve treatment adherence and reduce treatment dropout among emerging adults (ages 18-25) with substance use disorders.

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News April 9, 2021
April 5, 2021

Why women are suffering the biggest career losses during the pandemic

If the trend continues, advocates warn it could wipe out decades of gains.

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News April 2, 2021

April 2: Faculty Research, Policy Engagement and News

10 features from the week 

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Media Mention April 2, 2021

Report gives Maine poor rating for COVID data transparency in prisons, jails, juvenile facilities

A report, released in March and written by Michele Deitch and William Bucknall of the University of Texas Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, gave Maine a D-minus grade for the transparency of its COVID-19 data in the state prison system, a D for data transparency in juvenile facilities and an F for transparency in the jail system.

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Media Mention March 31, 2021

Is Boise like Austin 20 years ago?

Lessons from Texas's capital city provide clues to Boise's possible future.

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News March 30, 2021

2022 USNWR best grad schools: LBJ School of Public Affairs ranks #7

The LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin ranks No. 7 in graduate public affairs schools in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report's (USNWR) 2022 edition of "Best Graduate Schools," released Tuesday morning.

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An LBJ graduate tosses her mortarboard into the air on commencement day

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