The O’Neill School welcomed alumni and friends to a weekend of celebration commemorating 50 years of service.
A study from O'Neill School assistant professor Marta Venier and colleagues warns that school uniforms could have a negative impact on the health of children.
A $1.6 million NSF grant will help O’Neill researchers investigate the benefits of cover crops for climate change mitigation.
More than half of all low-income households engaged in coping strategies—some of them risky—to reduce their energy bills, according to a study from O’Neill researchers.
“Clean and Just: Electric Vehicle Innovation to Accelerate More Equitable Early Adoption,” by O’Neill Ph.D. candidate Madeline Yozwiak, O’Neill Professor Sanya Carley, and Lynton K. Caldwell Professor David Konisky, shows that three key barriers to EV adoption—range, price, and charge time—are more pronounced for individuals in low-income and disadvantaged communities.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Open shows that the COVID-19 era worsened racial and ethnic disparities in the use of major medications to treat patients with opioid use disorder.
O'Neill Visiting Clinical Professor Jayma Meyer grew up swimming competitively but found limited opportunities for women. The inequities inspired her work as an attorney.
O'Neill Associate Professor Amanda Rutherford is one of five IU faculty members honored with IU's Inclusive Excellence Award.
Joseph Shaw, associate dean for research and an associate professor at the Paul H. O’Neill School for Public and Environmental Affairs, contributed to the report.
Five faculty members from the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs have been honored with the 2022 Trustees Teaching Award from Indiana University.
O’Neill families and friends gathered at two ceremonies to recognize the academic achievements of the O’Neill Class of 2022 at the Indiana University Auditorium. The events took place in-person after two years of virtual celebrations.
The O’Neill School has announced a number of promotions that will take effect this summer as well as the hiring of four new faculty.
The Climate Action Planning Committee will be charged with developing recommendations, and identifying new strategies in areas beyond facilities, to continue long-term carbon emission reduction.
The Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington is tied at the No. 1 spot for its master's program in public affairs in the just-released U.S. News and World Report Best Graduate School rankings.
Tips on finding and supporting charities involved in Ukraine humanitarian relief.
The Household Energy Insecurity Tracking Survey Wave 1 Report, led by O’Neill School professors Sanya Carley and David Konisky, is the first in a project that will span the next two years, with new survey-based findings released quarterly.
Jennifer Silva, O’Neill School, is one of five assistant professors to receive the 2022 Indiana University Bloomington Outstanding Junior Faculty award, which identifies promising tenure-track faculty and provides resources to further develop their research programs or creative activity.
O'Neill Associate Professor Adam Ward named a 2021-22 faculty Fulbright U.S. Scholar.
A new analysis from Indiana University, the nonprofit Rand Corp., and the University of Michigan highlights the changes in the U.S. healthcare workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic. Kosali Simon is one of the study's co-authors.
Kosali Simon is one of five exceptional faculty members that have earned IU's highest academic appointment as distinguished professors for their pursuit of excellence in their fields.
The Indiana Data Partnership, launched by the state of Indiana with O'Neill's IU Public Policy Institute, IUPUI Polis Center, and the Indiana Business Research Center provides key data for decision-making.
Through O'Neill Online Week, online master’s students at the IU O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, with help from the IU Center for Rural Engagement, make an impact in the region.
The grant will expand programs that help Indiana communities take action against climate change and connect students with valuable career training in sustainability and the environment.
Election to the academy, considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine, recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service.
The inaugural Ron Hites Prize in Environmental Science will be awarded in the fall of 2022. The prize was endowed by Prof. Hites, who is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Indiana University, and his family, friends, and colleagues.
O'Neill School Distinguished Professor David B. Audretsch has been named a Clarivate Citation Laureate, an international honor reserved for researchers whose work has been deemed to be "of Nobel class" as demonstrated by analysis carried out by the Institute for Scientific Information.
Anthony DeMattee, an O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs doctoral graduate has been honored with three national awards, making history along the way.
Professor Sanya Carley has received the prestigious David N. Kershaw Award from the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management.
O'Neill professor Anh Tran and Teshome Alemneh, associate vice president for international research and development and head of IU's Office of International Development, will spearhead the project.
Professor Kosali Simon has been named to the Congressional Budget Office’s Panel of Health Advisers, the office announced earlier this month.
New and returning students to the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs will have even greater access to mental health and wellness resources than ever before when they arrive in Bloomington this fall, with the help of a new pilot program in collaboration with the IU Student Health Center.
O’Neill Professor David Konisky leads a team of IU researchers who conducted a review of federal and state environmental justice mapping tools used across the country.
O'Neill Associate Research Scientist Amina Salamova will explore the prevalence of toxic chemicals near two former defense sites on Alaska's St. Lawrence Island island, as well as the risks those chemicals pose to the people who live there.
A research team from Indiana University including O'Neill Associate Scientist Amina Salamova and the nonprofit research institute RTI International is seeking help from "citizen scientists" in four states for its study of a group of chemicals known as PFAS in private wells.
Black and Hispanic Americans suffered greater COVID-19 health burdens than their white peers during the COVID-19 pandemic according to a new study co-authored by O'Neill's Professor Kosali Simon, along with Harvard Kennedy School Professors Marcella Alsan and Amitabh Chandra.
IU researchers including Kosali Simon, in collaboration with University of Minnesota researchers, examined U.S. trends in COVID-19-associated hospitalizations and mortality rates before and after states reopened their economies in summer 2020.
Reports covering regions across Indiana provide nearly two decades of data on nonprofits' impact on Hoosier communities. (Originally released on March 11, this release was updated on June 15 to add reports from economic growth regions throughout the state.)
Makeup wearers may be absorbing and ingesting potentially toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), according to a new study co-authored by Marta Venier, assistant professor at the O’Neill School.
Former U.S. Sen. and Indiana Gov. Evan Bayh will join Indiana University at the Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
A new study co-authored by Amina Salamova, recently published by Environmental Science & Technology, found toxic PFAS (per- and polyfluorinated substances) in one hundred percent of breast milk samples tested.
Resources for the Future collaborated with a team of 15 scholars across the United States—including Professors Sanya Carley and David Konisky from the O’Neill School.
The O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs’ Jim Perry has been selected to receive the 2021 Keith Provan Award.
More than two-fifths (43%) of Indiana nonprofits engaged in advocacy and/or public education activities in 2017, according to a new report from Indiana University.
The Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington is ranked second for its master's program in public affairs in the just-released U.S. News and World Report Best Graduate School rankings.
A project involving Indiana University researchers was awarded $23.3 million from the European Commission to shape chemical safety regulation without the use of animal testing.
Acceptance of Medicaid increased 34 percent at residential treatment facilities and 9 percent at intensive outpatient facilities after a waiver was implemented.
Indiana nonprofits reported greater demand for their services even before the COVID-19 pandemic reduced many organizations’ capacity to provide them, according to a new report from the Indiana Nonprofits Project at Indiana University.
Sameeksha Desai has been named the new director of the Manufacturing Policy Initiative (MPI), a multifaceted effort focusing on U.S. manufacturing policy within the Indiana University Public Policy Institute and the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
Nearly 4.8 million low-income American households were unable to pay an energy bill last year, a problem that intensified during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic and disproportionately hurt Black and Hispanic households.
Indiana University’s O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs has joined a new national initiative that seeks to expand public service learning experiences for undergraduates on the Bloomington campus.