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COPP wins Corporate DiversityFIRST Leadership Award Date: 10/05/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Demography Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff Policy Studies Center

The College of Public Policy has been recognized as one of this year's Corporate DiversityFIRST Leadership winners for commitment to the pursuit of cultural diversity and inclusion in the community and workplace.

Special Lecture: Dr. Corey Dolgon to give talk on capitalism and the U.S. political climate, Oct. 19 Date: 10/06/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Demography Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff Policy Studies Center

Dr. Corey Dolgon, professor of sociology will talk about his recently published book Kill It to Save It:  An Autopsy of Capitalism's Triumph over Democracy, Oct. 19.

COPP, Social Work to host international conference, Nov. 15-16 Date: 09/29/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Demography Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff Policy Studies Center

The College of Public Policy, the Department of Social Work and the National Network of Higher Education Institutions of Social Work, have teamed up to host the 2nd Binational Conference, México-United States on Nov. 15-16 to address the transnational responsibility of social work in migratory processes with an emphasis on human rights.

Public Administration student shares her thoughts on DACA in KLRN interview Date: 09/29/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff Policy Studies Center

Public Administration student Andrea Fernandez, who is also a Dreamer, recently sat down with journalist Rick Casey on KLRN's Texas Week to talk about the DACA issue. 


Criminal justice assistant professor receives $20,000 research award Date: 09/01/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff

Congratulations to Dr. Kellie Lynch, assistant professor in the department of criminal justice, who recently received $20,000 under the Vice-President for Research Office's Grants for Research Advancement and Transformation (GREAT) Program.