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The Wonk Podcast: Intro & Episode 1

As young people flock to cities, more and more notice the burden of high rent. Why is rent so high, and how do we know when it's a problem? Spence breaks down rental markets with urban economist Dr. Sam Staley: how do we measure changes in the housing market, how do we decide between good and bad development, and who are the YIMBY unicorns?


APPAM Student Happy Hour in DC: Tuesday, March 24th

February 23, 2015 04:13 PM
Join Us for Happy Hour!
APPAM Student Happy Hour
Tuesday, March 24th, 2015
5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m
Tonic Restaurant at Quigley’s Pharmacy
2036 G St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
Closest Metro Station: Foggy Bottom
Come join us for a post spring break happy hour to connect with current
policy members and learn how APPAM membership has benefited them both as students and after graduation. Policy students of all levels are invited to join APPAM members and staff for complementary cocktails and appetizers.
The happy hour will provide great opportunities to:
  • Network with fellow policy students in the DC area
  • Learn how to utilize the many policy tools and resources APPAM has to offer
  • Connect and get involved with the APPAM community
APPAM is dedicated to improving public policy and management by fostering excellence in 
research, analysis, and education.
Because we take a multi-disciplinary approach to public policy, we attract the involvement of policymakers, practitioners, scholars, and students alike. We invite you to learn more about APPAM and how you can benefit from a
Student Membership that is available to all students enrolled in a policy related program at a higher education institution.
As a bonus, all students that initiate a new APPAM Student Membership on-site will receive a promotional code for $10 off their membership!
While this event is free to attend, space is limited.
Please RSVP to Meghan Grenda, by Friday, March 20th if you would like to attend.
Discover more information about APPAM, its events, and membership by visiting or by contacting
Meghan Grenda, or 202-496-0130, ext. 23.

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