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Application Deadline: July 15!

June 28 Thursday 02:04 PM

Have you been thinking about applying to one of our graduate programs? Don't wait! You have until July 15 to get your application in for Fall 2018. For our master's degree programs, you'll need GRE or GMAT test scores, two letters of recommendation, and a biographical sketch describing why you are interested in our program. 

If you have questions, check out the following links or contact Sarah Adkins directly! 

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Wendell H. Ford Lecture Series Focuses on Immigration Reform

June 28 Thursday 01:26 PM

On April 11, we welcomed former Congressman Mazzoli to campus to deliver the Wendell H. Ford Public Policy Lecture. The Congressman focused his remarks on immigration policy. He, alongside his co-author, spearheaded immigration reform efforts in the 1980's. During his remarks, Congressman Mazzoli highlighted the importance of tenacity and political leadership.

As a topic salient to not only historical events but also today, Mazzoli's reflections were paired with a panel discussing the key challenges and aspects of immigration reform today. Former U.S. District Court Judge Jennifer Coffman moderated a panel including Dave Adkisson, president and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and Robert King, president of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. 

Conversations of the past, current, and potential future challenges regarding immigration policy had many commonalities-- immigration is a multi-faceted policy area, regardless of political ideology or affiliation.


Dr. Darolia Receives Major Award

June 27 Wednesday 03:17 PM

Dr. Darolia, one of our newest faculty members, is a recipient of the prestigious National Academy of Education’s (NAEd)/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship, which is awarded to exceptional researchers to support their work. This is an enormous honor, and you can read more about it on UKNOW. Congratulations, Dr. Darolia!

IPPMI Student Bo Yung Yoon Featured in Kentucky City

March 20 Tuesday 10:53 AM

The Martin School IPPMI is proud to see Bo Yung Yoon featured in an article published by Kentucky City for his work concerning Parks and Recreation. Read the full article here!

Brookings Post Features Dr. Darolia's Research on College Student Loan Debt Letters

December 6 Wednesday 01:24 PM

Concern has been growing about the lack of information available to students regarding student indebtedness. In order to address these rising concerns, several states have passed laws requiring universities to send out debt letters to their students. How has this effort impacted student indebtedness? In a new Brookings post, Dr. Darolia and his colleagues offer analysis based on their research of the impact of student loan debt letters: