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Professor Warburg advises one of his students outside Garrett Hall. (Photo by Sanjay Suchak, University Communications)

The first month of 2021 is nearly over, but that doesn’t mean your chance to make the new year a great one has ended. Among tips from other professors, Batten's Warburg says, "We can do the hard work. Our nation is strong and the vast majority of our citizens are determined to work together for the common good."


In recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 18, please join Dean Ian Solomon, Associate Professor of Public Policy Paul Martin, and Social Equity Advisor Marrissa Jones for a virtual MLK community reading and dialogue.


The Ambassador’s presentation, “The Slovak Entrepreneurial Ecosystem and the Visegrád Group of Four States,” covered recent efforts by the Slovak Embassy in Washington, DC, as well as the country’s government in Slovakia.


Throughout our history, the years immediately following military conflicts have often proved rich in reform.


Hyper-partisanship and the politics of personal destruction are plagues of our time. So, too, is the pervasive distrust of institutions citizens have built up and looked to for generations.


Working with a team of colleagues, 4th-year Batten student Emmanuel Agyemang-Dua established the 21st Century Citizens Initiative (21st CCI), whose aim it is to help Ghanaian youth embrace technology and become more involved in local policy issues and their creation.


Professor Christopher Ruhm presented his research at the Paid Family and Medical Leave Findings Symposium, hosted by the Department of Labor.


The Batten School’s recently unveiled Center for Leadership Simulation and Gaming prepares students for public life by allowing them to test real-world solutions in a virtual environment.


American medical care may be helpful much of the time, but rarely is it timely or convenient.


In October, Congressman Bobby Scott (D-VA), discussed critical issues in Congress, including reforming our nation’s criminal justice system, improving access to a quality higher education and updating the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.