Professors Bill Adams and Donna Lind Infeld Research Attitudes Toward Federal Workers

September 24, 2013

On September 24, 2013, Trachtenberg School Professors William C.

GW Student Journal Celebrates 20 Years, Far Reach of Articles Online

September 11, 2013

For two decades, students earning their masters of public administration and masters of public policy degrees at the George Washington University have been invited to submit articles highlighting their graduate research and analysis to Policy Perspectives, a student-run journal published by the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration in collaboration with the GW Libraries.

2013 Policy Forum: Serving Low-Income Neighborhoods

March 08, 2013

On March 7, students, alumni and members of the community joined the conversation during the George Washington University's Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration 2013 Policy Forum: Serving Low-Income Neighborhoods.

Alumnus Brad Hawkins Elected to Washington State House

March 01, 2013

Brad Hawkins, MPA ’01, recently won election to the Washington State House of Representatives.

LGBT Rights as Human Rights

March 01, 2013

“I serve as a cheerleader for LGBT rights as human rights throughout the State Department by developing new ideas and pushing embassies overseas to protect and promote the rights of gay people,” said Kenneth Kero-Mentz, MPA ’98, the Senior Advisor on LGBT Human Rights at the U.S. Department of State.

Trachtenberg School Faculty Join in Inauguration Collaboration with the Huffington Post

March 01, 2013

As a part of a collaboration between The Huffington Post and the George Washington University surrounding the 2013 Presidential Inauguration, several GW faculty members blogged in a series titled “The Road Forward: Obama’s Second Term Challenges.”

New Book: Welfare Warfare: The Not-So-Hidden Costs of America's Permanent War Economy

March 01, 2013

Dr. Gregory Squires recently edited a book with Marc Raskin, which was published in 2012: Welfare Warfare: The Not-So-Hidden Costs of America's Permanent War Economy.

New Book: Regulation: A Primer

March 01, 2013

Professor Susan E. Dudley’s new book, Regulation: A Primer, co-authored with Jerry Brito, is an accessible guide to regulatory policy, process, theory and analysis and published by Mercatus Center.

New Book: State Tax Policy: A Political Perspective

March 01, 2013

In 2012, Professor David Brunori published the third edition of his book, State Tax Policy: A Political Perspective.

Alumnus Publishes Book: Crisis, Disaster, and Risk: Institutional Response and Emergence

March 01, 2013

Kyle Farmbry recently published Crisis, Disaster, and Risk: Institutional Response and Emergence.

Rachel Krefetz Fyall Joins Faculty at University of Washington

March 01, 2013

Alumni News: Rachel Krefetz Fyall, MPA ’06, recently accepted a teaching position in Public Administration at the University of Washington.

Faculty Member Scott Pace Testifies Before House Committee on Science, Space, & Technology

January 01, 2013

Scott Pace, George Washington University’s Space Policy Institute Director and affiliated faculty with the Trachtenberg School, testified before the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology in December 2012.

Faculty Emeritus Jed Kee Visits Egypt with Family, Speaks about Democracy

December 01, 2012

Professor Jed Kee traveled to Egypt in November 2012 for a family vacation.

Faculty Members Paula Lantz & Sara Rosenbaum Join Institute of Medicine

November 01, 2012

In October of 2012, the Institute of Medicine elected Trachtenberg affiliate faculty Paula Lantz and Sara Rosenbaum for membership in their distinguished organization.

Fall 2012 GW Students Ensure Homeless Doesn't Mean Voteless

October 01, 2012

In an election season that's been noted for the initiatives to restrict voter registration, George Washington University students sought opportunities to educate and enfranchise an often overlooked group. Homeless individuals vote at the lowest rate in the country. Many people don't realize that homeless individuals can register to vote using the address of a shelter, park or street corner as their residence.