Tells us a bit about your hometown. I grew up in Harvard, Massachusetts (not the university). It's an hour outside Boston, rural, pretty, and very small - population 6,000. I went to public school, and everyone knew everyone else. Harvard has some interesting history:...

By Callie Woods (B.A. '15)

In 2000, Tim Troll (MGA '86 and pictured center) founded The Bristol Bay Heritage Land Trust (BBHLT) in Southwest Alaska. This year, it was selected by the Land Trust Alliance to receive...

By Callie Woods

Current Fels student Chase M. Staub (MPA ’15) has recently published a report concerning Pennsylvania’s implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) titled...

By Callie Woods

The Fels Institute is part of a three-institution consortium that has coordinated a study on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. A recent forum in Washington D.C. regarding the ACA was covered on C-Span, and can be watched in it's...

Since placing as Finalists in the 2014 Public Policy Challenge and receiving additional funding from Fels provided by a generous grant from the Neubauer Family Foundation, the LASaves team from the University of Southern...

"Want better, smaller government? Hire another million federal bureaucrats." That's the headline of a recent Washington Post op-ed by the Chair of the Dean's Academic Advisory Council for Fels, and Fels faculty member, Prof. John DiIulio, Jr.

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By Dylan Hewitt '15 

If you think you have to wait to graduate to make a lasting impact, you’re wrong.

That’s exactly what a group of previous Public Policy Challenge participants want the world to know, especially those that are thinking about applying for next year’...

By Callie Woods

Fels is proud to announce that Richard Nathan will be joining Fels as a visiting scholar for the 2014-2015 academic year. His previous positions include director of the...

Recently for KYW News Radio, David Thornburgh discussed how a person's moving habits throughout his or her life may relate to his or her intelligence. Read the transcription of his on-air piece below.

I’ve always been fascinated by the demographics of mobility0. I’m actually thinking...

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