Police vehicle accidents and the impact such crashes have had on communities across New York State are the focus of a new data journalism project involving Newhouse School students working in partnership with reporters from the USA Today Network and Central Current….
D’Amico Appointed to Screening Committee for Fulbright-Clinton Fellowships
Francine D’Amico, associate professor of international relations at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, has been appointed to the national screening committee for the Fulbright-Clinton Fellowships.
The committee, comprised of area specialists and authorities in various fields, will review applications and nominate candidates to the award sponsors. Participating countries for the 2016-17 academic year include: the African Union, Burma, Guatemala, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Kosovo, Malawi, Nepal, Peru, Samoa, Timor-Leste and Ukraine. Relevant public policy fields may include (but are not limited to): agriculture, climate change and environment, economic development, education, emergency management, energy, finance, international relations, law, public health, sustainability, tourism and trade.