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Professor Ruhm's Parental Leave Research Cited in New York Times

Clair Cain Miller of the New York Times writes:

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Batten Builds 5th Annual Day of Service (Monday 08/25)

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Join Batten students, faculty, staff and guests as we engage the surrounding Albemarle community in a day of powerful service. From constructing garden beds at local public schools, to painting homes in underserved neighborhoods, to environmental cleanup work in the Rvianna river, the Batten community looks to kick off the year with some serious public service and citizen leadership!

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CVille Weekly highlights Christine Mahoney in "15 under 40" issue

Maybe they’re not the biggest names in their fields. They’re not the wealthiest—some of them are still paying off student loans (or accruing them). The companies they run aren’t the largest or oldest in town.
But these 15 locals—the focus of our annual Power Issue—are young, they’re hungry, and if you don’t know them yet, you will soon.

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Batten gathers in DC for annual event

Batten alumni, students, faculty, and staff gathered in Washington, DC, last week for the annual "Batten in DC" summer event. The event provided an opportunity to thank outgoing and founding dean of the school, Harry Harding, for his service, and to welcome incoming dean Allan Stam to the Batten community. More than 150 "Batten family" members came together at the Cosmos Club, and a great time was had by all!

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Lipscomb receives USAID grant to study public health and good governance in Uganda
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, USAID announced the launch of nine innovative partnership grants with U.S.
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Stam Named Dean of U.Va.’s Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., May 8, 2014 — The University of Virginia today announced the appointment of Allan C. Stam as the second dean of the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.

Stam comes to U.Va. from the University of Michigan, where he studies leadership, international conflict and global politics as a professor of public policy and political science and director of the International Policy Center at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.

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