News & Commentary - Archive 2007
Q&A with Pete Kiehart, PPS student and 2006 Student Photographer of the Year
The Sanford Institute of Public Policy's PhD faculty rank first among their U.S. public policy peers, according to a new measure of scholarly productivity.
In a new book, Professor of Public Policy Joel Fleishman argues that although foundations play a vital role in the country's civic life, they must act quickly to mend their arrogant and secretive ways or risk increased public skepticism and government regulation.
DURHAM, N.C. – High achieving high school students often are labeled geeks or nerds -- far from cool. But does this phenomenon have anything to do with race?
Speaking to a capacity crowd at the Sanford Institute for Public Policy on Jan. 29, Gen. Anthony Zinni, USMC (Ret.), gave a sharply critical analysis of both the war in Iraq and the current administration's Middle East policy as a whole.
Gen. Anthony Zinni, USMC (Ret.), will deliver a public lecture, “Iraq: Failures, Realities and the Future,” at Duke University on Monday, Jan. 29.