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NewsDecember 3, 2019

Time to apply: First-round application deadline for Fall 2020 entry is Dec. 15

The application deadline for early funding for the 2020–21 academic year at the LBJ School of Public Affairs is Dec. 15. Here's an overview of the LBJ School's programs and application requirements.

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NewsOctober 10, 2019

LBJ faculty talk future of public policy at 2019 NASPAA Conference

Several professors from the LBJ School of Public Affairs will lead conversations on innovations in public policy and emerging challenges involved in training students to build sustainable and inclusive democracies at the 2019 Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) Annual Conference. The conference, "Reconstructing Governance for the Next 50 Years," will take place in Los Angeles Oct. 16-19, 2019.

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October 3, 2019

Graduate Adviser Sherri Greenberg on what makes the MPAff program unique

LBJ Professor Sherri Greenberg (left) with Dean Angela Evans at the Under the Dome reception at the state capitol for students and alumni on Feb. 5, 2019.

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NewsSeptember 4, 2019

Application deadline for early funding is Dec. 15 — learn more

The application deadline for early funding for the 2020–21 academic year at the LBJ School of Public Affairs is Dec. 15. Here's an overview of the LBJ School's programs and application requirements.

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NewsAugust 27, 2019

Aug. 29 at the LBJ School: Public forum on homelessness in Austin

The LBJ School of Public Affairs and the LBJ Foundation invite you to a public forum featuring Mayor Steve Adler to discuss recent changes to Austin's public order ordinances and the city's plan to move forward with solutions for individuals experiencing homelessness.

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Media MentionJuly 28, 2019

Against fresh faces in race to unseat John Cornyn, Dallas' Royce West says his record sets him apart

The 66-year-old Dallas power broker has made winning look easy. Will it be easy in 2020? 

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NewsMay 30, 2019

Austin team to deliver mainstage keynote on affordable housing app at Code for America Summit 2019

Austin CityUP, the Housing Authority of the City of Austin, the City of Austin Neighborhood Housing and Community Development and the LBJ School of Public Affairs today announce that the Affordable Housing Solutions project team will serve as a mainstage keynote at Code for America Summit 2019 on May 31, 2019 at the Marriott City Center in Oakland, California. Code for America is a nonpartisan and nonprofit group that uses tech to make government services simpler and easier to access. The annual Code for America Summit is the premier event for public servants, advocates, entrepreneurs, technologists and volunteers to tackle some of government’s biggest challenges in the digital age.

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NewsMarch 14, 2019

Application deadline: March 15 — find out what the LBJ School is like, how to apply, how to pay for it and more

The March 15 application deadline for the 2019-20 academic year at the LBJ School of Public Affairs is fast approaching. There is time to gather the materials to apply — here's an overview of the LBJ School's programs and application requirements.

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NewsMarch 4, 2019

LBJ School roundup at the Texas Legislature 2019

The 86th Texas Legislature runs from Jan. 8 to May 27. While lawmakers, including LBJ School alumni, debate bills and bring policy to life, our students and faculty are working both behind the scenes and in front of the camera at the State Capitol. These LBJ School students, professors and researchers are delivering public testimony, informing politicians, reporting with the media and even interning in senators’ and representatives’ offices.

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Media MentionFebruary 13, 2019

Gov. Greg Abbott backs bill taking aim at San Antonio's paid sick time ordinance

"In a swipe at the paid sick time ordinance San Antonio passed last year, Gov. Greg Abbott has backed a bill in the Texas Legislature that would bar local governments from stipulating what types of benefits employers must offer" — illustrating the ongoing push and pull over the limits of local control, said LBJ School Professor and former state representative Sherri Greenberg. 

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