Professor Valerie Cooley Awarded Presidential Faculty Fellowship

Valerie Cooley teaching Introduction to Public Policy:

Taubman lecturer Valerie Cooley has been awarded a Presidential Faculty Fellowship from Rhode Island Campus Compact. The fellowship program provides funds to college educators to foster civic and community engagement beyond the classroom. Cooley will pilot a state budgetary analysis as part of this spring’s Introduction to Public Policy class. 

(Distributed January 30, 2014)

2012-2013 Taubman Center Annual Report

Find highlights from the past academic year in the newly published annual report for the A. Alfred Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions.

(Distributed September 13, 2013)

Q+A with Jennifer Paolino: Traveling with the President

Jennifer Paolino with Air Force One in Mexico City, May 2013:

As a protocol officer for the U.S. Department of State, Taubman Center alumna Jennifer Paolino researches and procures official gifts given to foreign government officials on behalf of the President, Vice President, Secretary of State and their spouses. Here she shares what it’s like to travel abroad with the President and the art of gift giving in the diplomatic realm.

(Distributed September 13, 2013)

Taubman Center MPA Students Present Analysis to Town of Narragansett

Master of Public Affairs students Graham Sheridan '14 and Adolfo Bailon '14 will present results from their study of the Town of Narragansett’s vehicle maintenance program to the Narragansett Town Council on Monday, September 16 at 6:30 p.m. The second-year MPA students were commissioned by the Council to conduct the study this past summer.

(Distributed September 12, 2013)

Taubman Lecturer to Co-Chair TRI-Lab

Adjunct lecturer in public policy Elizabeth Burke Bryant will co-chair the university’s new TRI-Lab initiative. The first TRI-Lab, which stands for Teaching, Research, and Impact, begins during the 2013–2014 academic year.

(Distributed September 3, 2013)
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