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Proposals Now Being Accepted for the 2015 Fall Research Conference

Proposals Now Being Accepted for the 2015 Fall Research Conference


APPAM Introduces Haskins, Waldfogel, and Evans as 2015 Leadership Team

Jane Waldfogel officially steps into her role as APPAM’s President, replacing Angela Evans, who moves into the role of Immediate Past President. Ron Haskins joins the Executive Committee as President-Elect.


Show Me the Evidence

A vast majority of social programs active today are never evaluated; those that do undergo evaluation are found to be ineffective. Yet these programs continue to be paid for by American taxpayers.

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Spotlight: Sacramento State University

The Sacramento State program differs from other similar programs in that its focus is purposefully on California State and local levels of government.


Why Invest in an APPAM Membership?

Being an APPAM member is about joining a highly experienced network of educators, researchers, public policy analysts, and other like-minded individuals and institutions.


Why Students Are Important to APPAM

Did you know that student members make up nearly half of APPAM’s active membership? This means that if you’re a student, you’re a critical part of the Association and essential to its future.



Thursday, January 29, 2015
Here are some links to Early View JPAM articles
Thursday, January 22, 2015
APPAM members elect a new Vice President and cohort of Policy Council Members and appoint a new President-Elect, Treasurer and student rep to the board.
Thursday, January 15, 2015
If you're a current APPAM member and you have not yet voted, be sure to do so today. You should have received a reminder ballot last week. If you have not, please email Tara Sheehan,
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Some children are more sensitive to their environments, for better and worse, Duke researchers discover. Listen to a podcast, describing the study here,


Journal of Policy Analysis & Management (JPAM)

Preview the Winter 2015 Issue of JPAM

Featured Article: Can Genetics Predict Response to Complex Behaviorial Interventions?  
Duke researchers found that some children are more sensitive to their environments, for better and for worse. They have identified a gene variant that may serve as a marker for these children, who are among society’s most vulnerable.

Click here to listen to a podcast of Dustin Albert, describing the research,
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