Roughly one-quarter of Indiana membership associations reported a decline in the number of members of their organizations over a three-year period according to a new report from Indiana University researchers.
Eleven faculty members from both O'Neill campuses and a number of students will be attending ARNOVA's 52nd Annual Conference.
A team of health economists, including Distinguished Professor Kosali Simon, have evaluated pre- and post-pandemic healthcare employment levels to identify healthcare subsectors hardest hit by job losses and recovery.
Health care prices—the negotiated rates between insurers and providers such as hospitals and doctors—vary widely across geography even for the same insurer, according to a new JAMA study.
The Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs will have a prominent presence at the 2023 Association For Budgeting & Financial Management Conference in Denver Oct. 26-28.
Purdue Center for Regional Development and Indiana University Public Policy Institute will examine regional impact of state’s READI program.
The Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs is poised to play a prominent role at the annual Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration Conference held Oct. 11-13 in Pittsburgh.
Claudia Avellaneda and David Konisky have been selected as Fellows by the National Academy of Public Administration.
The O’Neill community celebrated the culmination of the school’s 50th anniversary with a celebration in the Tower Ballroom on the Indianapolis campus.
Dean Siân Mooney has accepted an invitation to join the Strategic Advisory Board of Arizona State’s Center for Organizational Research and Design.
Executive Associate Dean Brad Heim met with several high-ranking officials during his trip to Southeast Asia.
Brad Fulton and Matthew Baggetta, both associate professors at the O’Neill School, have been awarded a $437,495 grant from AmeriCorps to continue their Observing Civic Engagement project.
“We think about remote locations, like Kibale National Park, being pristine and void of chemicals, but in reality, chemicals know no borders and travel to faraway locations,” said Marta Venier, an assistant professor in the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs and co-principal investigator on the project.
Indiana University’s Environmental Resilience Institute has been awarded a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help disadvantaged communities in Indiana enhance their resilience to climate change through expansion of urban tree canopies.
Professor Beth Gazley and Rachel Cash, a Ph.D. candidate in public management, have been honored by the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action with the 2023 RGK-ARNOVA President’s Award for their project, “Is the Nonprofit Social Safety Net Prepared for Climate Change?”
The IU Public Policy Institute has selected Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney Erika Oliphant for its 2023 John L. Krauss Award for Public Policy Innovation for her work to promote equitable justice in Monroe County.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus James Perry has received the Award for Excellence in Public Administration Education, a joint award given by the Journal of Public Affairs Education and Teaching Public Administration.
Siân Mooney, dean of the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, has accepted an invitation to serve as a member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Air Act Advisory Committee.
These reports outline the gathering of scholars and artists on topics centered on inequities in the arts as their sector faces challenges in crafting equitable futures amidst ongoing innovations and evolving institutions.
David Konisky, the Lynton K. Caldwell Professor at O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, is part of group awarded $1.125 million EPA grant to study energy efficiency for underserved communities.
Justin Ross, a professor at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, has been appointed to the Interim State and Local Tax Review Task Force by the Indiana General Assembly.
The O’Neill School welcomes eight new faculty members for the 2023-24 academic year, strengthening the school's commitment to excellence in education, research, and community engagement.
April Grudi has been honored with IU’s Faculty Academy on Excellence in Teaching Annual Innovate Award winner for 2023 in the category of community engagement.
Coauthors include Patrick Hancock and Leidy Klotz of the University of Virginia and Shahzeen Attari of the O’Neill School.
Professors Justin Ross and Craig Johnson at the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs have been named editors of the journal Public Budgeting & Finance, the top public finance journal of public administration.
Brian Payne, former president and CEO of Central Indiana Community Foundation and The Indianapolis Foundation, will join the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs as executive in residence.
O'Neill researchers Sanya Carley and David Konisky have created a new dashboard that compiles utility disconnections and related consumer protections and policies nationwide.
NASA’s Carbon Monitoring System Program has awarded a three-year, $950,000 grant to a research team at the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
Gov. Holcomb appointed Kyle Seibert, BSPA'23, as a student trustee to the IU Board of Trustees.
David Konisky has been working to identify and design policy responses to environmental injustices for years.
Collaboration between community organizations and unions is widespread, but come with their own set of challenges. A new study released by researchers at the O’Neill School, including lead author Brad Fulton, and the University of Illinois analyzed field data to identify and mitigate any drawbacks to the partnership.
The Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs is pleased to announce a raft of faculty promotions and hires for the 2023-24 academic year.
O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs Distinguished Professor Kirsten Grønbjerg has been selected as the 2023 M.A. “Venkat” Venkataramanan Distinguished Service Award by Indiana University’s Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs.
Brad Fulton, an associate professor at the O’Neill School, and colleagues from Brandeis University and the University of Texas at Austin, have shed light on this area in a study published in Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
For the sixth time in seven years, the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs is ranked as the nation’s No. 1 public affairs graduate program, this year (2023-24) tied with Syracuse University.
Alberto Ortega has been named an Emerging Poverty Scholars Fellow by the Institute for Research on Poverty.
The report, "COVID-19, Indiana Nonprofit Paid Employment, and the Payroll Protection Program, 2020," tracks how the pandemic impacted paid nonprofit employment in Indiana in key industries over the course of 2020.
This study, co-authored by Marta Venier, provides the first evidence that polymeric PFAS used in food packaging break down into smaller molecules that are still harmful and can leach into food and the environment.
A new journal article from O'Neill researchers urges the EPA to conduct a thorough review of the overall regulatory framework around excess emissions during malfunctions or accidents.
Nine O’Neill undergraduate students have been honored with Indiana University’s Senior Recognition Awards for their leadership and service to the campus community.
Dean Siân Mooney has been named a co-chair of the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA) Comprehensive Schools Section.
The National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI) has announced the election of Kosali Simon as a member to recognize her contributions to health economics and policy scholarship.
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.
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