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SPIA faculty currently serve on the editorial boards of 31 academic journals including:
Administration & Society (Brian Cook, Karen Hult, and Laura Jensen)
American Review of Public Administration (Patrick Roberts)
Athens Journal of Social Sciences (Max Stephenson)
Congress & the Presidency (Karen Hult)
Environmental Health Perspectives (Steve Hankey, member of editorial review board)
Europe and the World Book Series, Lexington Books (Joel Peters, Co-Editor)
Fast Capitalism (Tim Luke, Co-Editor)
Housing Policy Debate (David Bieri; Tom Sanchez as Editor-in-chief (2010-2021)
International Journal of Sustainable Transport (Ralph Buehler)
Journal of Collaborative Healthcare and Translational Medicine (Shalini Misra)
Journal of Transport and Land Use (Ralph Buehler)
Land (Tom Sanchez)
New Political Science (Tim Luke, Associate Editor)
Opolis (Tom Sanchez)
Policy Studies Journal (Laura Jensen)
Presidential Studies Quarterly (Karen Hult)
Review of Evolutionary Political Economy (Giselle Datz, Associate Editor)
Rhetoric & Public Affairs (Karen Hult)
Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy (Patrick Roberts)
Urban Affairs Review (Maggie Cowell)
Urban and Regional Resilience eJournal (David Bieri, Editor/Curator)
Sustainability (Max Stephenson)
Telos Press Publishing (Tim Luke, Book Line Editor)
Transport Reviews (Ralph Buehler, Book Review Editor)
Transportation Research Part-D (Ralph Buehler)
Transportation Research Record (Ralph Buehler, Associate Editor)
Urban Findings (Tom Sanchez, Editorial Advisory Board)
Urban Planning (Tom Sanchez)
Urban Science (Tom Sanchez)
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Yang Zhang, associate professor in the School of Public and International Affairs, has been appointed associate dean for research in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies.
Redirect ItemInstitute for Policy and Governance (IPG) , redirect
IPG is an entrepreneurial, interdisciplinary community of collaborating faculty, staff and students that conducts research, learning and engagement efforts concerning significant democratic governance challenges.
General ItemNSF CAREER Award Project on Air Pollution
Professor Steve Hankey received a $500,000 NSF award to fund a five-year project to measure air pollution using various sensors and engage the public by tracking their pollution intake using a smartphone app.
General ItemSPIA Faculty & Student Research Awards
Explore the many research initiatives currently ongoing at SPIA.
Home ItemInternational Refugee Research Project , home
Launched in 2016, the International Refugee Research Project, comprising several international partners, is dedicated to expanding the study of the realities of the refugee condition in order to improve them.
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SPIA Professors Shalini Misra and Kris Wernstedt highlighted in VT News for their NSF-backed research on social distancing and digital information during the COVID-19 pandemic
Redirect ItemDr. Jessica Agnew and Dr. Ralph Hall help land project to develop app that improves food security in Kenya , redirect
Dr. Jessica Agnew and Dr. Ralph Hall help land a $250,000 one-year project to develop a smartphone app using blockchain technology to address inefficiencies in African Indigenous Vegetables (AIV) value chains in Eastern Kenya
Redirect ItemMargaret Cowell: Giving Voices to "Those in the Shadow" , redirect
Margaret Cowell helps communities remain or become economically successful and works to increase equity surrounding economic development in local communities
Redirect ItemManaging salt pollution to protect drinking water resources and freshwater ecosystems , redirect
Doctors often tell us, “cut back on your salt.” And just like too much dietary salt is bad for blood pressure, too much salt in our nation’s streams, lakes, and reservoirs threatens ecosystem health and the security of our nation’s drinking water and food supplies.
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Patrick Roberts discusses important factors to consider in developing a set of norms for the regulation of artificial intelligence.
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