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Lyons Award Winner Announced

In conjunction with the department of Political Science, we are excited to announce the recipient of the Lyons Award-- Professor Allison Connelly, the James and Mary T. Lassiter Clinical Professor in the College of Law. She will be honored this coming Wednesday at 3 pm on the 18th floor of POT, with a reception to follow. We invite you to celebrate Professor Connelly's contributions to the University and the community!

Read more about Professor Connelly at UK Now.

Capstone Schedule

Our students have worked really hard on their Capstone Projects. Come watch them defend their work on Thursday, April 21st!

Political Polling in Transition: Event Recap

This election season can be described a lot of ways, but “boring” is not one of them. Watching the news, it seems that pundits agree there are some unusual things happening-- can we trust conventional polling methods, strategy, and political wisdom to make sense of it all?

Learning to Manage Data in Today's World

What are some of the most important things you learn in an MPA/MPP program? Data management would certainly be on that list.

Capstone Chronicles: Part 3

The end is all too near! Students in their final year will head to the ring to defend their projects next week. How are they preparing?

Impressions from CGI U 2016

Three Martin School students attended the Clinton Global Initiative University 2016 conference recently. Beta Ardiansyah shares his key takeaways.

Capstone Chronicles, Part 2

We recently checked up on our Capstone Project cohort! We are more than halfway through the semester at this point, and our group of students has moved on from defining their research question and completing their literature review to finalizing their research design and doing analysis.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. David Agrawal

Taxes, taxes, taxes! Learn more about what Dr. David Agrawal, an Assistant Professor of Economics both at the Martin School and in the Department of Economics, is passionate about.

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MPA Student on Regional Winning Team at NASPAA Competition!

This past weekend, Nathan and Sarah Smith represented the Martin School at NASPAA’s second annual student simulation competition, taking on international climate change policy. Students from all over the midwest region participated at IUPUI’s campus in Indianapolis.