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Gibbs' Work A Part of White House Summit on Early Childhood Education

Assistant Professor Chloe Gibbs' working paper, "Experimental Evidence on Early Intervention: The Impact of Full-day Kindergarten," has been featured in a new White House report on early childhood education. The report, " The Economics of Early Childhood Investments," was released online to the public.

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Chou's Research Shows That E-signatures Are Less Trusted

Now you don't even have live in Estonia to open a business there. A new program lets people purchase e-signatures that enable them to open bank accounts and run a domestic business without being physically present. But according to new research, people may not have the same trust in such businesses as they would others. A new paper finds that people are much more likely to discount the validity of an e-signature than a hand-signed document.

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Safer Grounds: New Research About Women's Safety at U.Va.

Recent   events have reminded us that violence against women is an urgent problem, even in small college towns like Charlottesville, Virginia. This violence has far-reaching consequences.

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Current Faculty Openings

The Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy currently has two open faculty positions.

LECTURER: OPEN FACULTY POSITION

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