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Michelle Woods Joins National Governors Association (NGA)

Michelle Woods (MPA ’07) began working as the Program Director for Homeland Security at the National Governors Association (NGA) in Washington D.C in November 2020. Michelle has extensive experience in homeland security policy through her previous position as the Director for Homeland Security for the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, where she led major homeland security initiatives. She has also worked for the U.S.

Jinsol Park Successfully Defends Dissertation

Jinsol Park

Recently, Martin PhD candidate Jinsol Park successfully defended her dissertation. She explains her dissertation research this way, "In this dissertation, I have sought to advance our knowledge about the effects of devolving the fiscal authority of governments to lower-level actors. The devolution of fiscal power can occur at varying levels, such as from the central to lower-levels of governments or from the government to the public.

Henry Clay Craft of Compromise Virtual Event: Racial Justice

We're looking forward to seeing you on the Zoom call.

Date: 
Wednesday February 24 02:30 PM

2021 Spring Seminar: Mike Devereux

This book undertakes a fundamental review of the existing international system of taxing business profit. It steps back from the current political debates on how to combat profit shifting and how taxing rights over the profits of the digitalized economy should be allocated. Instead, it starts from first principles to ask how we should evaluate a tax on business profit—and whether there is any good rationale for such a tax in the first place. It then goes on to evaluate the existing system and a number of alternatives that have been proposed.

Date: 
Friday January 29 11:00 AM

UK Martin School and Henry Clay Center Join Forces to Promote Bipartisan Engagement

Henry Clay Center gold seal

“As a public institution, UK is a place where all voices and opinions have a right to be heard, and this partnership extends our commitment to creating a respectful, safe space in which our words and actions align with our values,” said Capilouto. “By preparing our leaders of tomorrow to engage in dialogues across all perspectives, we are ensuring a productive and prosperous future for the Commonwealth and beyond.”

Graduate Open House

We're Hosting an Open House! 

Do you want to make a difference in the world? Do you want to do so by creating or analyzing policies? Do you want to manage finances in public and nonprofit organizations? If you answered yes to any of these, then the Martin School has graduate programs designed for you!

Date: 
Tuesday December 8 01:00 PM to 04:00 PM

Graduate Open House

We're Hosting an Open House! 

Do you want to make a difference in the world? Do you want to do so by creating or analyzing policies? Do you want to manage finances in public and nonprofit organizations? If you answered yes to any of these, then the Martin School has graduate programs designed for you!

Date: 
Friday November 20 12:00 PM

Graduate Open House

We're Hosting an Open House! 

Do you want to make a difference in the world? Do you want to do so by creating or analyzing policies? Do you want to manage finances in public and nonprofit organizations? If you answered yes to any of these, then the Martin School has graduate programs designed for you!

Date: 
Wednesday November 4 06:00 PM to 10:00 PM

2020 Fall Seminar: David Merriman

 “Do Graduated Rate Tax Systems Lead To More Frequent Tax Rate Changes?”

Date: 
Friday October 16 11:00 AM

2020 Fall Seminar Series: Iuliia Shybalkina

“Assessing the Implications of a Community Development Policy”

Date: 
Friday September 25 11:00 AM

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