According to former Bush White House insider John D. Graham, dean of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the deal is "remarkably creative and practical," especially given the polarized state of the two-party politics.
Indiana University Professor and Nobel Prize laureate Elinor Ostrom will be the keynote speaker this Thursday (Dec. 2) at a forum on community actions against climate change.
Forty years ago this week, A. James Barnes was a first-hand witness to history: the creation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Indiana University professor Elinor Ostrom and the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis have been awarded a $295,000 grant from the Fannie E. Rippel Foundation.
"There is a notable gap between traffic safety progress in the U.S. and other nations that deserves our attention," said committee chairman Clinton V. Oster Jr., professor in the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. "The U.S. could learn from the effective strategies in place elsewhere to reduce traffic injuries and fatalities."
According to Bradley Heim, associate professor at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, who worked from 2006-10 as a financial economist in the Office of Tax Analysis at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the plan would put the U.S. budget on a path toward solvency.
Willkie Quad, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Alpha Omicron Pi were the winners in the first-ever Fall Energy Challenge at Indiana University Bloomington, which ended Wednesday, Nov. 3.
On Wednesday, O’Neill discussed his ideas about what it means to be a true leader and engaged in a question-and-answer session with the audience.
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie announced today (Nov. 1) the formation of a collaboration with O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU), a private university in Haryana, India, just outside New Delhi.
Former Secretary of the Treasury Paul H. O'Neill will return to Indiana University Bloomington next week to speak at the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
According to Graham, the most promising fuel-saving technologies will vary depending on the size and use of the truck.
Elinor and Vincent Ostrom received the Herman B Wells Visionary Award for their lifetime of philanthropic allegiance to and leadership for IU.
School of Public and Environmental Affairs hosted the Indiana 9th District Congressional Debate on Monday, Oct. 18, with Congressman Baron Hill(D), Todd Young(R), & Greg Knott(L) at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington. The moderator, Brian DeLong, is a SPEA Lecturer and IU Debate Coach.
Indiana University Professor and Nobel Prize laureate Elinor Ostrom will present the keynote address at the annual meeting of the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences.
"The NRC assessment confirms that SPEA offers doctoral programs that are among the very best in the nation in public affairs and public policy," said John Graham.
Ostrom is a Distinguished Professor and the Arthur F. Bentley professor of political science and professor of public and environmental affairs at IU Bloomington.
Voters in Indiana's 9th District are invited to submit questions for a debate among three congressional candidates: Democratic Rep. Baron Hill, Republican Todd Young and Libertarian Greg Knott.
An almost $3 billion coal-to-gas power plant that Kokomo’s main electricity provider is building in southern Indiana will result in a more efficient approach to energy, the company’s president said Wednesday.
While the team is currently only competing in parliamentary debate, coach Brian DeLong said he hopes to recruit members to compete in policy debate.
"Restoring trust in government is the first step to restoration of generalized social trust," writes Sheila Suess Kennedy.
Adrian Sargeant, Robert F. Hartsook Chair in Fundraising at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, is being recognized with three significant honors for his efforts to strengthen professional fundraising.
The Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs will host a debate on Oct. 18 between the three candidates on the ballot for Indiana's 9th District congressional seat: Democratic Rep. Baron Hill, Republican Todd Young and Libertarian Greg Knott.
Local Group Seeks Innovative Ways To Protect Indiana Watersheds....By Arianna Prothero and Indiana public media.
The Obama administration's rush to sweep the recent Russian spy scandal off the table as quickly as possible with this swap is a bad move on several counts.
An Indiana University professor says the doom-and-gloom predictions for the Gulf oil spill's effects on coastal wetlands are premature. "In fact, we cannot know the true effects until after the oil has stopped flowing," said Christopher Craft.
John D. Graham, dean of the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs, is available to discuss President Obama's July 1 speech on immigration reform.
Recent books by Indiana University faculty members and titles from IU Press: June 2010 includes John Mikesell's Fiscal Administration: Analysis and Applications for the Public Sector, 8th edition.
Indiana University Bloomington each year selects faculty members with distinguished leadership ability to participate in the Academic Leadership Program (ALP).
In 2008, the IAC enlisted SPEA researchers to implement a survey to better understand the capacity building and technical assistance needs of Indiana arts and culture organizations.
Recent estimates say as many as one in five U.S. households with mortgages are underwater.
According to Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs Professor Jim Barnes, regulators are making a big mistake by not following through on the moratorium.
Federal and local officials stepped up their criticism of BP PLC Thursday as the oil company's own data suggested that far more than 5,000 barrels a day of crude is leaking into the Gulf of Mexico from a well damaged by the destruction of the Deepwater Horizon rig.
Mikesell, an authority on the revenue side of public finance, said the textbook will help students understand where money for public budgets comes from and teach them to "run the numbers."
Advances in social sciences research methods have led to debates over which specific method is best suited for particular projects, and have also caused researchers to become isolated.
SPEA Alum J Thomas Forbes chosen as head of IU Alumni Association.
Professor Craft will be conducting research this week at the University of Georgia Marine Institute at Sapelo Island.
Principal investigators are IU Bloomington faculty members Vicky Meretsky, an associate professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and Olena Chernishenko, a lecturer in Slavic Languages and Literatures.
Indiana University Bloomington anthropologist Emilio Moran has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
Jacqui Bauer earned both a Masters of Science in Environmental Science and a Masters of Public Administration from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.
Mikesell, in current issue of Research & Creative Activity
Former President George W. Bush achieved domestic policy successes that were remarkable in light of his tenuous standing with the public and the sharp partisan divisions that he faced in Congress, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs Dean John D. Graham writes in his recently published book, Bush on the Home Front (Indiana University Press).
Indiana University faculty member Elinor Ostrom, the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize in Economics, will address students receiving graduate degrees at the 2010 Indiana University Bloomington commencement ceremony.
SPEA professor and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, Elinor Ostrom, will be saluted for her newest honor, that of Distinguished Professor.
SPEA doctoral student Sarah Mincey recently received the prestigious Garden Club of America Fellowship in Urban Forestry, which will support her research with an award of $4,000.
The scholarship honors the memory of Chaman Jain's wife, who was well known among international graduate students. Chaman Jain, a senior lecturer in SPEA, said he and his children felt very strongly that this is the way to continue her vision to support education.
SPEA one of IU supporters of initiative on China and global governance in Beijing.
Allan B. Hubbard, an Indiana business owner and top policy adviser to President George W. Bush, will speak Tuesday (April 6) at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
It has been almost 35 years since the manufacture of polychlorinated biphenyls was banned in the United States, but the chemicals, known as PCBs, are still very much with us, according to research from the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
One of SPEA’s former students, Michael Harris, was selected last week as the new chancellor of IU Kokomo. He received his Ph.D. in Public Policy in 1993.
John Graham, dean of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, is available to discuss President Obama's victory on historic health care reform.
When Indiana University Bloomington students return to classes after spring break on March 22, they will find an addition to campus -- a pair of new pedestrian crosswalks in a highly trafficked area and a promotional campaign on how to use them.
Credit scores, developed to make loan processing faster and fairer, account for some of the racial disparities in the types of houses that Americans buy and the neighborhoods in which they live, according to a new study by an Indiana University researcher.
John Graham, dean of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, said he is not surprised that there was little progress made to break the gridlock on health care reform after the first televised summit between President Obama and congressional Democrats and Republicans, which took place Thursday (Feb. 25).
According to John D. Graham, dean of the Indiana University School for Public and Environmental Affairs, President Obama should take a page out of former President George W. Bush's domestic playbook.
Distinguished Teaching Awards "honor our most exceptional faculty, their devotion to their students and their strong commitment to our fundamental missions of excellence in education and research."
Monika Herzig & Friends and ArtsWeek Presents: Nature Songs & All That Jazz on Sunday, February 21, 2010, 2pm, Monroe County Public Library Auditorium, Free Admission.
The full extent of defects in Toyota accelerators, brakes and other equipment may not be known for years, according to automotive safety expert John Graham, dean of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
The School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington announced four undergraduate students as the winners of the SPEA Academic Admission Award for undergraduates.
Indiana University Bloomington is again on the nationwide list of top large universities producing Peace Corps volunteers.
Indiana University graduate student Denise Nogueira had a front-row seat in December for the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen -- as a member of the delegation from her home country, Brazil.
Indiana University Professor Elinor Ostrom, co-recipient of the 2009 Nobel Prize in economic sciences, will present an updated version of her Nobel Prize lecture for an IU and Indiana audience on Feb. 16 at the Indiana University Auditorium.
Michael Rushton, associate professor in the Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs, has assumed the directorship of SPEA’s Master of Public Affairs program.
Strict standards on ground-level ozone, proposed last week by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, comply with health-based recommendations from scientists, says Philip S. Stevens, an environmental chemist and professor in the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. But complying with the standards will require Indiana and other states to once again step up their controls on emissions.
A new book by a wide range of Indiana University Bloomington scholars--including three members of the SPEA faculty-- explains how universities and colleges can improve environmental literacy among their graduates.