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The commission’s project director, Raymond Scheppach, will also take part in the roundtable. Scheppach, an economic fellow at the Miller Center and professor of practice at the Batten School, is the former executive director of the National Governors Association. read more »

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Open rank, tenure-line positions in Policy Analysis and Economics read more »

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Open rank, tenure-line position in Policy Analysis read more »

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Throughout history, many legislative breakthroughs have occurred in Washington due to efforts that combined outside pressure with an inside game. Author Gerald Warburg discusses his new book “Dispatches From the Eastern Front.” read more »

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I am pleased to share the spring 2014 digital edition of Batten Reports, the magazine of the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia. read more »

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"A leader must have “style,” meaning “you have to be yourself,” Webb said. “If you’re not yourself, people will sense it immediately, and it will affect your ability to convince them to do everything you want to do.” read more »

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“It’s really important to do something you love,” she advised. “Don’t wed yourself to a five-year plan. Life will throw you opportunities and curveballs. You need to learn to hit one and take advantage of the other.” read more »

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Having real money, and a deadline for giving it away, lets students feel both the power and the challenge of charitable donations. Since 2011, the Once Upon a Time Foundation has provided some $2.5 million for hands-on learning at 13 campuses, including the University of Virginia and Princeton. read more »

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Panelist, "The Effectiveness of Public Policy Analysis," 20th Annual Wildavsky Forum for Public Policy, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley, April 10, 2014. read more »

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