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Dr. Agrawal quoted for WKYT story on Kentucky sales tax changes

Senior faculty member, Dr. David Agrawal, was interviewed by WKYT on changes to Kentucky tax laws in 2022 and what those changes might mean for the state and citizenry. From the article and video on the WKYT website: 

Dr. Caroline Weber named Co-Editor of National Tax Journal for 2023

Congratulations to Dr. Caroline Weber on her appointment to this important role at a prestigious tax journal. Read the story republished from the NTA website below.

Martin School Ranks 29th Nationally in Graduate Public Affairs and 4th in Public Finance and Budgeting

Today, U.S. News and World Report released their annual college rankings. The hard work of our faculty and staff resulted in national recognition as we are ranked 29th among all Public Affairs program, 4th in Public Finance and Budgeting, and 29th in Public Policy and Analysis.

Workforce-Aligned Scholarship Programs are Focus of Martin School Grant Award

Dr. Ron Zimmer and Dr. Rajeev Darolia collaborated to win a half-million dollar grant from the Walton Family Foundation to study the effectiveness of workforce-aligned scholarship programs.

Welcome our New Faculty Members

Welcome our new Martin School faculty members, Catherine Annis and Taha Hameduddin. 

Dr. David Agrawal Appointed to Board of Editors of the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy

Dr. David R. Agrawal, Associate Professor in the Martin School of Public Policy & Administration and the Department of Economics, has been appointed to the Board of Editors of the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy for a 3-year term.

Dr. David Agrawal recognized by the American Economic Association for tax research

Dr. Agrawal's recent article, The Internet as a Tax Haven?, was selected as having "the chart of the week" by the American Economic Association.

Dr. Genia Toma to Receive Martha Layne Collins Leadership Award

On November 18th Women Leading Kentucky will honor Dr. Genia Toma with a Martha Layne Collins Leadership Award at their annual luncheon.

Dr. Rajeev Darolia Appointed to Advise Committee on Federal Higher Education Regulations

The U.S. Department of Education has appointed Rajeev Darolia to be the economic and higher education policy analysis advisor for a new rule-making committee tasked with reforming federal regulations related to affordability and student loans.

Dr. Annelise Russell Wins 2021 APSA Award and Publishes Book

"Tweeting is Leading establishes a new perspective on congressional communication - one that explains variation in rhetorical styles of representation by focusing on Twitter's role in aggregating attention.