Since the mass school shooting in December, Sanford professors Phil Cook and Kristin Goss
have been active voices in the public discussion of gun control.
Drawing on their separate books on the subject, they were extensively
quoted in the media, including BBC News, NPR, NBC, and more. Cook was profiled in The News & Observer and wrote pieces for The New York Times and The Times of India. Goss has had op-eds published in the Tampa Bay Times, CNN, and the Daily Beast.
Sen. Richard Lugar, who just ended 37 years in the U.S. Senate, will give the Terry Sanford Distinguished Lecture on Feb. 12. He will discuss how to change the current hyper-partisan climate in Washington.
Co-founder and COO Adam Blitzer '02 sold Pardot, a fast-growing Atlanta marketing automation startup, in a deal worth $95 million.
Dress for Success COO Suzanne Elliot ’98 talks about her career as part of our "What Can You Do with a PPS Major?" series of profiles.
Gulnara Febres MIDP '96 has been appointed as the Senior Operating Officer and Task Team Leader for the Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) at the World Bank.
Alex Kline ’11 writes about NFL quarterbacks and his year with Teach for America.
Lauren Hendricks ’12 is in Mongolia on a Fulbright scholarship, teaching English as a second language.
Petrea Moyle Marchand MPP’97 started her own company, Consero Solutions, to deliver public policy priorities that benefit local communities and the environment. Her new clients include local government and an environmental group.
Troubled by trolls on the Internet? Not sure what to call your LGBT friend’s new flame? Steven Petrow ‘78 writes about manners in the 21st century in books and in The New York Times column “Civil Behavior.”
As this chart shows, most of the money contributed to the Sanford Annual Fund goes to support financial aid for students.