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Decision & Policy Sciences Brown Bag Lunch Series

For more than 20 years the Decision and Policy Sciences concentration within Rockefeller College has sponsored a research brown bag series, held nearly every Thursday in Milne 215 from 12:15-1:30 pm. Talks bring together faculty specialists, outside experts and graduate students in a colloquial
seminar style enironment. All talks are open to the public.

Spring 2010 Brown Bag Schedule

All brown bag seminars run from 12:15-1:30pm and are held on the
University at Albany’s downtown campus in Milne Hall, Room 215,
135 Western Avenue, Albany, New York.

Please Note: Our schedule is evolving, speakers for March and April will be added
as they are confirmed. Please check back for more information.

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Thursday, January 28

David Andersen
Department of Political Science, University at Albany

 
Topic: "Modeling Sustainable Energy Futures Based on Nanoscale Technologies"

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Thursday, February 4

Stephen Weinberg
Department of Public Administration, University at Albany

Topic: "Dynamics: the Economists' Approach"

Thursday, February 11

Stephen Jackson, Academic Advisor
for Public Policy & Management
Department of Public Administration, University at Albany

Topic: "Sexual Hook-Up Behavior on a Dormitory Floor: An Evolutionary Perspective"

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Thursday, February 18

Peter S. Hovmand, PhD
Director, Social System Design Lab
Brown School of Social Work
Washington University in St. Louis

Topic: "Understanding Local Interactions: Combining System Dynamics and Rural Participatory Appraisal in Southeast Rural India"

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Thursday, February 25

Niyousha Hosseinichimeh
2nd Year Doctoral Student
Public Administration & Policy
University at Albany

Topic: "Overcrowded Emergency Departments and the Effect of Government Policy on the Emergency Department Utilization in the US"

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Thursday, March 4

Lees Stuntz, Executive Director
Creative Learning Exchange

Topic: "What IS Going on in K-12 Education with Systems Thinking and System Dynamics?  Where are we 25 years later?"

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Thursday, March 11

Laura J. Black, PhD
Montana State University
College of Business

Topic: "Recognizing Problems in Product Development Stage Gates, OR Another Take on Double-Blind Review"


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Thursday, March 18

Theresa Pardo,Director
Center for Technology in Government
University at Albany

Topic:Social Media in Government

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Thursday, March 25

Corey Lofdahl
Principal Research Engineer, BAE Systems
Advanced Information Technologies

Topic: "Governance and Policy Modeling"

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Thursday, April 8

David Andersen
Department of Political Science, University at Albany

Topic: "A Conversation About Decision and Policy Sciences"

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Thursday, April 15

Stephen Weinberg
Department of Public Administration, University at Albany

Topic: "Amartya Sen Meets Richard Thaler: Judging Welfare in the World of Nudging"

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Thursday, April 22

Tom Stewart
Department of Public Administration, University at Albany

Topic: "Judgment analysis: Past, present, future"

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Thursday, April 29

George Richardon & Andy Whitmore
Department of Public Administration, University at Albany

Topic: "Reflections on the Policy Informatics Workshop at Arizona State University"

Browse the DAPS Brown Bag Speakers Archive