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    APPAM Virtual Happy Hour 6/4

    Come have a virtual cocktail with Jenni Owen, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Office of the NC Governor, John Martinez, Director of Program Development at MDRC and Matt Stagner, Vice-President and Director of Human Services at Mathematica. We'd love to see you! There's nothing better than happy hour where you don't have to wear shoes.

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    APPAM COVID-19 Research Collaboration Conference

    To help our members around the globe explore ways to address the COVID-19 pandemic, we created the Resources, Data and Research Collaboration Hub. As an extension of the Hub, we are hosting an online conference on May 28th, designed to bring together researchers who are currently conducting research on the pandemic. We want to help connect them in order to discuss methodology, dissemination strategies and provide a platform for sharing new ideas to address COVID-19.

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    #2020APPAM Awards Noms Open

    The #2020APPAM Fall Research Conference Awards nominations deadlines are ongoing for some of the awards. Find out which ones, and if you are eligible for a nomination.

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    May Webinar: 2020 U.S. Census

    Tuesday May 26 at Noon Eastern, APPAM is hosting a very timely webinar discussion. on the 2020 U.S. Census, featuring the Associate Director of the Census Bureau.

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    JPAM's Closer Look Podcast Episode 3: Universal Free Meals

    In this episode host Seth Gershenson interviews Amy Schwartz about her recent JPAM article on universal free meals.

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    The Wonk Talks Pandemics and Public Health with Dr. Gus. Birkhead

    Episode 11 of APPAM's Public Policy Podcast is out now on the topic of Public Health Policy and the COVID-19 Pandemics

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    JPAM Announces Special Call for Papers on the Public Policy Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic

    As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, the scientific community has ramped up efforts to develop a vaccine and discover ways to slow down the spread of the virus, while treating those who already have been infected. As we begin to recover from the pandemic, policymakers and the public will urgently need information from social science research that draws policy-relevant lessons from the COVID-19 crisis.

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