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University of Nebraska Public Policy Center

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MOST RECENT POLICY TALK ISSUES

  • June 2017
    Public Policy Center Involved in “Partners for Places” Project
    REI Blog Features Work of Center Researcher
    Registration is Open for the Great Plains Disaster Behavioral Health Conference 2017
    Sorensen Policy Seminar Speaker Interviewed for News Story on the End of Sustainability
    Public Policy Center is Hiring; Open Position for Senior Research Director
  • April 2017
    Public Policy Center Partnering with Nebraska Department of Education
    University of Utah Professor Speaks at Recent Sorensen Policy Seminar
    Center Researchers Working With Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
    Save the Date for 2017 Great Plains Disaster Behavioral Health Conference
    Public Policy Center is Hiring; Open Position for Senior Research Director
  • March 2017
    Upcoming Event: Thomas C. Sorensen Policy Seminar Series
    Center Researcher Presents on NIH Funded Work at National HIV Conference
    Center Researcher Serving on City of Lincoln Open Data Governance Committee
    Save the Date for 2017 Great Plains Disaster Behavioral Health Conference
  • February 2017
    Risk Communication 101
    Public Policy Center Director Assisted FBI on Threat Assessment Monograph
    Center Researchers Working on Early Childhood Education
  • January 2017
    Inside Inauguration Day
    Public Policy Center Partnering on Project to Counter Violent Extremism
    Center Researchers Partnering on Integrated Care Grant
    Topic of Spring Seminar Focuses on A Collaborative Water Project
  • December 2016
    2016 in Review
    Project to End Chronic Homelessness in Lincoln Gets Underway
    Public Policy Center Staff Presentations Available Online
    Center Researcher Works on Water Issues through SBSRC Seed Grants