Americans are eager to use the start of the new calendar year as motivation to get healthy, but new research from the UVA suggests that this could be problematic for their long-term success.
Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy
The Board of Visitors discussed possible solutions to address space constraints in Garrett Hall — home of the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.
The idea that leaders’ actions are heavily shaped by the position of their country and the whims of its populace has long been the prevailing opinion among political psychologists.
Trial and error is a key component to all innovation, but it is also a costly one. Public officials rarely have the time or the resources to test multiple experimental policies before choosing the one that will best serve their community.
Annie Rorem's work as a mathematician at the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service has become a crucial tool in understanding the social equality issues she takes on.