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Public Policy Undergrads Have Live Web Class with Chinese Students

On December 1, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy Geri Augusto’s senior seminar, Science and Technology Policy in the Global South (PPAI-1701G), held a live web conference with a corresponding class at Tsinghua University, School of Public Policy and Management, taught by Professor Zhou Yang. 

(Distributed January 6, 2012)

Geri Augusto Gives Keynote Address at Nanoscience Conference

In November, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy Geri Augusto gave a keynote address at the annual conference of the Society for Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (SNET), in Tempe Arizona, hosted by the NSF-funded Center for Nanotechnology in Society, at Arizona State University. Her talk was “Shape-shifting, Ancestor Plants & Low-tech Rebels: What If Converging Technosciences Had a Globalized Imagination.”

(Distributed December 20, 2011)

New Poll Finds Strong Support for Pension Reform

A recent statewide public opinion survey conducted by the Taubman Center at Brown University finds strong support for the recently enacted pension reform bill introduced by Gov. Lincoln Chafee and State Treasurer Gina Raimondo. While Raimondo’s approval rating has risen sharply, Chafee’s approval numbers have dipped.

(Distributed December 15, 2011)

Professor Arenberg's Oral History Posted to the U.S. Senate Website

 

Staff to Senators Paul Tsongas, George Mitchell and Carl Levin

Richard Arenberg came to Washington in 1975 to serve as legislative director for Representative Paul Tsongas. In 1978 he helped Tsongas win an upset election to the Senate, defeating the popular Massachusetts senator Edward Brooke.

(Distributed October 25, 2011)
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