$1 Million Grant To Study Re-Entry Programs At FSU

The Charles Koch Foundation recently announced a $1 million grant to Florida State University’s College of Social Work. This grant will support Carrie-Pettus Davis’ work on criminal justice reform, focusing especially on recidivism reduction and the effectiveness of re-entry programs.

“Data can inform significant reform,” Pettus-Davis said. “Our research initiative is uniquely positioned to identify the types of re-entry services most effective for reducing recidivism, fostering productive citizenship and benefiting individuals and communities across the country.” 

12-06-2019 01:09pm

The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft to Lay the Foundation for New Foreign Policy Perspectives

The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft will address the overuse of military force in American foreign policy and propose creative solutions to key challenges facing the country.

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11-22-2019 02:36pm

Western Michigan University’s Center for Principled Leadership and Business Strategy to Provide Innovative Learning Experiences for Students

The Center for Principled Leadership and Business Strategy, a unit of WMU’s Haworth College of Business, will foster integrative learning through immersive experiences that give students real-life business experience.

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11-22-2019 08:12am

Claremont Graduate University to Expand Computational Justice Lab

Claremont Graduate University’s Computational Justice Lab will expand its data science efforts and grow the number of faculty, graduate students, and post-docs whose research leads to real-world applications and policy change.

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