Friday, September 14, 2018

Watch the Member Forum On Demand: At the Intersection of Data Science and Social Science

The proliferation of new digital data sources and the development of new programming languages that can quickly make sense of these data are changing the nature of how public policy makers and the general public understand how government works – and when it doesn’t. This discussion focused on the road ahead for data and social science, how to communicate better when the lanes merge, and what this all means for getting to better-informed policies and programs that improve public well-being.

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Help Shape the Future Direction of APPAM

APPAM’s Strategic Planning Committee is currently in the process of evaluating APPAM’s Strategic Plan (written in 2011) and determining if there are objectives that should be added or tweaked over the next five years.

If you have thoughts about APPAM and its future that you would like to share please email us, info@appam.org, by May 15 and provide us with your feedback. We also welcome your suggestions in response to the theme of the spring conference on ways that APPAM can build and strengthen effective working relationships between policy scholars and policymakers.

Your responses will be anonymous and will be a critically important source of information for the Committee.
 

 

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