"Health Affairs," a national health policy journal, features study by William & Mary economists in Nov. issue.
Advice for the winner of next week's election.
The William & Mary news staff recently wrote a piece on Professor John Gilmour's article in the November issue of Public Administration Review which has garnered attention from other media sources.
William & Mary study finds competition in state races down, putting uncontested seats at a 10-year high.
This TJPPP study shows a decline in state legislative competition.
With the approach of the second presidential debate, Correspondent Peter Maer speaks with veteran political observer Professor John McGlennon of the College of William and Mary.
TJPPP Interns at The Consumer Federation of America
TJPPP Interns at The Nature Conservancy
Professor finds intergenerational impacts of long-term lease agreements can be significant.
Harrison (MPP '10) is the new business development and research manager at the Virginia Beach Department of Economic Development.
David Feldman, professor and chair of the department of economics, received the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators' 2012 Robert P. Huff Golden Quill Award.
Assistant Professor of Economics and Schroeder Center faculty affiliate, Melissa McInerney, Ph.D., is one of five recipients of a 2012 Steven H. Sandell Grant.
The Thomas Jefferson Public Policy Program recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary.
Sarah Stafford, professor of economics, public policy and law, will take the reins as director of the Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy this summer.
Public policy program announces appointment of two new Program Board members.
Hamline University is pleased to announce that it has named Dr. Eric R. Jensen as its provost.
Seven entries chosen that improve the quality of education at the College while reducing costs or generating revenue that can be reinvested.
The Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy has achieved much in the 25 years since its inception. Programs are really about people, however, and this occasion is a chance to celebrate the contributions of committed faculty, nurturing advisors and other friends of the Program, and talented students. Please join us in celebrating our first quarter-century of public policy education at the College of William and Mary.
Molly Bulman '12 will receive the Monroe Prize for Civic Engagement during William & Mary's Charter Day ceremony.
Paul Manna, Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies and Associate Professor of Government and Public Policy, was recently named one of the nation's top 100 education policy scholars.