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2018 midterms turnout — a look back at which groups have been more likely to vote and what that means
2018's midterm election brought an estimated 113 million Americans to the polls, the highest total for a non-presidential election in U.S. history. As we continue to look at the demographics from exit polls, a look back at past voter turnout and a test of the hypothesis that the more the class bias in voter turnout is skewed toward the rich, the more likely we are to see income inequality, and less likely to see egalitarian legislation.
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Anthony Bertelli to deliver 2020 Herbert Simon Award Lecture
Anthony Bertelli, Sherwin-Whitmore Professor of Liberal Arts and professor of public policy and political science, will present "Democracy Administered: Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Representative Government" for the Midwest Political Science Association’s 2020 Herbert Simon Award lecture at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18.
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Lilliard Richardson joins faculty as inaugural program director; Christopher Witko also joins public policy faculty
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The School of Public Policy's virtual and in-person events provide discussions about our academic programs, policy research, profiles of policymakers, and leadership development. Please click on the link associated with each event to register or for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked questions about The School of Public Policy's MPP program.
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Get an early start on your master's degree!
Are you a current Penn State student approaching your senior year? You have the option to take up to fifteen credits toward your MASTER OF PUBLIC POLICY degree while completing your B.A. or B.S. degree.
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Incoming Faculty Member Receives Research Grant from Resources for the Future
Resources for the Future (RFF) Awards $300,000 to Researchers to Quantify the Economic and Societal Benefits of Satellites. Through the call for proposals for Grants for Assessing the Benefits of Satellites (GABS), RFF sought proposals for research that can quantify the benefits of using satellite data in decisions that improve socioeconomic outcomes for people and/or the environment.
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Current accelerated integrated undergraduate/graduate master of public policy degree options include criminology, sociology, and political science.
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