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Reducing carbon emissions is a topic of conversation around the nation and world, including on Tech’s campus. Last semester, students taking an earth and atmospheric sciences class titled “Energy, the Environment and Society” teamed up to see which group could reduce greatest amount of emissions over an eight-week period. The winning team in the Carbon Reduction Challenge succeeded in keeping 94,000 pounds of CO2 out of the air for a cost savings of $10,000.
The winning team, comprised of James Barazesh, Mitchell Blenden, Tyler Folse and Mary Shoemaker, used contacts at British …
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From the desk of Diana Hicks (Chair of the School of Public Policy):
Last week I attended the final client presentations of our undergraduate capstone class – PUBP 4010/4020 Public Policy Task Force. The presentations were wonderful – very professional, very nice analyses that the clients found helpful.
So congratulations are first due to the three teams:
Team – Betsy Kim, Haley Gillet, Jessica Sinclair, Kristine Priebe, Mike Starosto
Client – MS Society of GA
Project title – What Methods were used to regulate specialty tiers? What method is most feasible in Georgia?
Team – Zack Smith, …
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Public Policy Assistant Professor Shiri Breznitz will be Visiting Professor at the University of Turino in Italy for the 2012-2013 academic year.
She was awarded a competitive fellowship from the Collegio Carlo Alberto in collaboration with the university. Breznitz will be researching the definition of clusters, in particular, she will collaborate with colleagues from around the world to conduct multiple case studies of industrial clusters in Italy, Spain, Switzerland, and the UK. Breznitz was also awarded, but declined a visiting fellowship at the Said Business School in Oxford.
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On Monday March 12, POL 2101 – State and Local Government met at the State Capitol. The class heard from senate research and press staffers and from three state senators, one of whom is a Tech alum – Senator Johnny Grant of Milledgeville. The class then toured the Capitol including Senate and House chambers.