Fall Research Conference submissions

#2019APPAM Registration Opens

Register for #2019APPAM and get the early bird rates! Notifications were sent out on Friday, July 12th, check your email to find out if your submission was accepted.

#APPAM19INTL Twitter Chat

Register for #APPAM19INT by July 18!

The 2019 conference in Barcelona, Spain will be held on July 29 – 30. The Johns Hopkins University - University Pompeu Fabra (JHU-UPF) Public Policy Center will co-host the conference, entitled Public Policy in an Era of Rapid Change.

Apply for the #2019APPAM World Citizen Prizes in Environmental Performance

Apply for #2019APPAM World Citizen Prizes in Environmental Performance

This new award recognizes research that assesses pathways to achieve measurable but as-yet unrealized gains in overall environmental performance, in particular to reduce consumption and waste. Apply by 8/31.

Eviction and Urban Inequality Webinar

Did you see APPAM's Eviction and Urban Inequality Webinar?

On June 5th, experts discussed new research on how evictions, and more broadly, forced moves, are simultaneously a result, cause, and indicator of urban inequality. A recording of the webinar can be viewed on the APPAM Members Only site.

Create a Community for #2019APPAM

Create Your Own Community for #2019APPAM

APPAM Communities will support opportunities for any group of people to meet at the Fall Research Conference and discuss the topics most important to them. View the RFP for this new program and prepare your submission by July 31st!



Wednesday, July 3, 2019
A day-long forum sponsored by Westat and APPAM will focus researchers on sharpening and expanding the mixed method paradigm to respond to these concerns and t enable impact evaluations to make larger contributions to policy learning. Major themes include the roles of mixed methods evaluation in explaining/understanding impact findings from randomized control trials and in strengthening quasi-experimental analytic methods to ward off selection bias.
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
"I realized that I loved working in environmental fields as a freshman in college. After graduation, I moved to Washington, D.C., and worked as a Science Policy Fellow for the Science and Technology Policy Institute. In supporting a project on local adaptation planning for the Obama Administration, I realized that the academic literature had only limited information as to why municipalities designed adaptation plans or even how to define a “good” adaptation plan."
Thursday, June 20, 2019
APPAM is pleased to annouce that it will be offering registered attendees the opportunity to apply for dependent care grants. Grants, of up $400, are available for attendees of the APPAM Fall Research Conference who have child or dependent care obligations.
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
As an aspiring scholar, I view academia as the ideal location to conduct high quality critical research into important social issues, while simultaneously having the humbling opportunity to help shape the next generation of critical social workers who will work collaboratively to solve the societal and community level issues we will face in the future.

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