The U.S. military is increasingly focused on the national security threats posed by climate change, and video from a recent conference co-sponsored by the Triangle Institute for Security Studies and the U.S. Army War College is helping to move the national and international dialogue on these threats forward.
Christina Gibson-Davis, assistant professor of public policy and psychology, was named a W.T. Grant Scholar, while Associate Professor of Public Policy Studies and History Robert Korstad was awarded a Bass Chair.
An analysis of student behavior and performance on end-of-grade exams suggests that sixth graders with older students in middle school has lasting negative effects [News release] [Research report (PDF)]
Can sanctions help avert Iran’s acquisition of nuclear weapons? In “Sanctions against Iran: Key Issues,” a new report for The Century Foundation, Duke Professor of Public PolicyBruce Jentlesonanalyzes the merits of incentives and sanctions. [Read news release (PDF)] [Read Report]