Tuesday • 11:00am–12:00pm • 105 GSPP
Michael Stein of the William and Mary Law School will give a talk on disability law and public policy on Tuesday, April 1 at 11am at 105 GSPP. Professor Stein is a candidate for the Disability Studies Cluster of the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society and for a position at the Goldman School if he is chosen to head the Cluster.
Wednesday • 6:00pm–8:00pm • Scholar's • Boston, MA
This event is restricted to new MPP and PhD admitted students and GSPP MPP/PhD alumni ONLY.
Monday • All Day • Goldman School of Public Policy, 2607 Hearst Ave, Berkeley CA
This event is restricted to new MPP and PhD admitted students ONLY.
Tuesday • 6:00pm–8:00pm • GSPP Living Room
These chats are intended to be an opportunity for an informal discussion over dinner on environmental topics which maybe outside the scope of many of our classes. We are happy to welcome GSPP's Hanna Breetz to discuss her research on U.S. Energy Policy and Alternative Fuels. We will also be having a broader discussion on the future of U.S. Energy Policy.
Thursday • 12:45pm–2:00pm • Great Hall of Bancroft Hotel
Thursday • 7:30pm–9:30pm • Sutardja Dai Auditorium
The theme of the panel is "The Effectiveness of Public Policy Analysis," a theme that is hoped to be of considerable interest to everyone in the GSPP community.
Saturday • 10:00am–11:30am • 145 Dwinelle Hall
Join leading experts Saru Jayaraman, David Neumark and Ron Unz to learn how sometimes divisive social issues generate new, unexpected bipartisanship and consensus. Sponsored by the Goldman School’s Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement.
Tuesday • 12:10pm–1:00pm • GSPP 105, old building
A lunchtime discussion with WiPP on the challenges of public leadership with Jennifer Granholm and Dan Mulhern.
Thursday • 6:30pm–8:30pm • GSPP Living Room
Monday • 12:30pm–6:00pm • GSPP (Exact room TBA)
Monday • 1:00pm–6:00pm • Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley (2607 Hearst Ave.)
The Race and Policy Symposium brings together policymakers, researchers, practitioners, and students from various fields to discuss ways to engage issues of race and ethnicity in policymaking. This year’s symposium features keynote addresses from Eva Paterson of the Equal Justice Society and London Breed from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Additionally, there will be interactive panels on school finance reform, economic mobility, environment justice, and prisoner reentry.
Tuesday • 6:00pm–8:00pm • Berkeley Law School - Room 105 (2778 Bancroft Way, Berkeley CA)
The debate will focus on the controversial “Stand Your Ground” (SYG) self-defense law, which garnered national attention after the fatal shooting of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin in February 2012.
Thursday • 7:00pm–9:00pm • Faculty Club
The 28th Amendment National Road Show will open at the Faculty Club on the Berkeley campus, hosted by the student group Common Cause Berkeley and sponsored by Goldman School of Public Policy. It will then travel to 28 states across the country before the 2014 fall elections.
Friday • 10:30am–12:30pm • 402 Barrows Hall
Monday • 12:00pm–1:00pm • GSPP 250
Monday • 4:30pm–6:30pm • Tolman Hall: Education/Psychology Library
Tuesday • 2:00pm–3:30pm • 402 Barrows Hall
Wednesday • 12:00pm–1:00pm • GSPP 250