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The PBS NewsHour. Dec. 29. Associate Professor of Public Policy David Schanzer discusses the cost-effectiveness of investing in screening devices to combat terrorist attempts on airplanes with host Gwen Ifill.
The Washington Post.Dec. 29. A former illegal immigrant, now a citizen, acts as a "cultural concierge," helping more recent immigrants assimilate to the U.S. said Jacob Vidgor, professor of public policy.
The News and Observer. Dec. 28. Professor of Public Policy Philip Cook discusses the findings in his new study that the death penatly costs the state of North Carolina nearly $11 million a year.
Duke Today. December 17. Research by Associate Professor of Public Policy Kate Whetten shows that orphans are a viable option for some children in Asia and Africa.
Fox Business News. Dec. 16. Professor of Public Policy James Hamilton talks about his research into personality traits and their impact on decision-making for his book "You Are What You Choose."
Durham Herald-Sun. Dec. 16. Visiting Lecturer Christopher Gergen launches a new social entrepreneur program called Bull Durham Forward. Gergen runs the Entrepreneurial Leadership Initiative within the Hart Leadership Program at Sanford.
WUNC 91.5. Dec. 10. Professor of Public Policy Jay Hamilton discusses his new book "You Are What You Choose" on radio show "The State of Things."