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Posts from 2018


Work with Goldman School Student Consultants to Solve Policy Problems

Is your organization facing a policy problem and would benefit from having a team of Goldman School graduate student consultants analyze and develop a solution? We are now accepting project proposals for the APA (for MPP students) and CAP (for MPA students). For IPA: We are no longer accepting proposal… More

Roadmap to Electric Truck Incentives

Press Release from the Center on Environmental Public Policy

For Immediate Release Aug 29, 2018 Contact: David Wooley (davidwooley@berkeley.edu) Executive Director, Center for Environmental Public Policy A report issued by the Goldman School of Public Policy provides a roadmap to California state programs designed to boost markets for electric trucks, freight equi… More

Officer Health and Wellness

Results from the California Correctional Officer Survey

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Amy E. Lerman, PhD Email: alerman@berkeley.edu California Correctional Officers at High Risk for Depression, PTSD, and Suicide, Finds Landmark Survey August 20, 2018 BERKELEY, CA—“We need to talk about suicide.” That is the message of a new movement being waged… More

Growing Pains: The Future of UC’s Funding Model

Without major new funding streams, the system cannot grow with California’s population and economic needs.

From the Center for Studies in Higher Ed Contact:  Zachary Bleemer — bleemer@berkeley.edu John Douglass — douglass@berkeley.edu Despite massive cuts in state funding over the past thirty years, the University of California has managed to keep enrollment on pace with growth in po… More