A study led by James Farmer, an associate professor in the Indiana University O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, highlights a 40 percent decrease in Indiana Christmas tree farms since 2002.
A grant from the National Institutes of Health will allow researchers, led by Amina Salamova, from Indiana University to better understand how indoor exposure to environmental contaminants affects the health of older adults who live or spend substantial time in senior care facilities.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $5,999,860 million grant to Indiana University to support long-term measurements of airborne pollutants near the Great Lakes. The cooperative agreement will support the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network, in agreement with the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Action Plan. The award will be distributed incrementally over the next five years and will be overseen by Marta Venier and Amina Salamova, scientists at the O’Neill School. See complete story on News at IU
Americans’ declining religious affiliation is only part of what is happening in faith communities, National Study of Congregations’ Economic Practices finds.
Beth Gazley, professor and associate vice provost for faculty and academic affairs, has been selected by the National Academy of Public Administration (the Academy) for inclusion in its 2019 Class of Academy Fellows, in recognition of her years of public administration service and expertise.
Alumni, faculty, staff, and students will convene in Bloomington next month for the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs’ For the Greater Good Women’s Summit.
A new study from the Indiana University O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs has found that Indiana Christmas tree farms will likely continue decreasing in numbers and are challenged to locally produce tree varieties that are growing in popularity.
The Indiana Nonprofit Survey Data Tool is based on information from more than 1,000 Indiana nonprofits who responded to a survey conducted by the Center for Survey Research and the Indiana Nonprofits Project at Indiana University.
The O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University earned the top spot in public administration in the 2019 Academic Ranking of World Universities' global ranking of academic subjects.
Indiana University has announced the appointment of Siân Mooney as dean of the Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, pending formal approval by the IU Board of Trustees at its June 14-15 meeting.
The Indiana University O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs will present its Distinguished Alumni Award to Srikant K. Sastry on Saturday, May 4, as part of the school’s spring Commencement ceremonies. The honor is the highest award the O’Neill School can bestow on an alumnus.
For the third time in a row, the Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington is ranked No. 1 for its Master of Public Affairs program in the U.S. News and World Report Best Graduate School rankings released today.
"Smart Factories: Issues of Information Governance," a new report from the Manufacturing Policy Initiative at IU's Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, discusses smart manufacturing's dependence on information governance.
Honoring former secretary of the U.S. Treasury and Indiana University alumnus Paul H. O'Neill, IU President Michael A. McRobbie has announced the renaming of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
This is the first public opinion study examining green certification in the context of shale oil and gas development.
The School of Public and Environmental Affairs addition, Ray E. Cramer Marching Hundred Hall and Hodge Hall all received the honor.
Kosali Simon, a nationally known health economist, has been named IU Bloomington's first associate vice provost for health sciences.
$3 million gift will prepare students to manage real-world risk issue.
A study from Indiana University SPEA has found that trees influence whether soil can remove or emit gases that cause smog, acid rain and respiratory problems.