May 04, 2023
Dean’s Dialogue: SPIA in D.C.
SPIA enters a new era with the establishment of a physical presence in the nation’s capital. Dean Amaney Jamal chats with Washington veteran Alan…
Mar 29, 2023
Dean's Dialogue: SPIA in NJ Launch
With SPIA in NJ launching April 28, Dean Amaney Jamal took some time to chat about the initiative with Stacy Mann, its director. Subscribe to the…
Dec 19, 2022
Dean's Dialogue: COP27 - Students and Faculty Discuss Climate Policy
Recently, a group of our Princeton students and faculty traveled to Sharm El Sheik, Egypt for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate…
Nov 28, 2022
Dean's Dialogue: Influencing Public Policy Firsthand
Public policy influences all aspects of our lives, yet few people give much thought to how policy is made, let alone experience the policymaking…
Nov 04, 2022
Dean's Dialogue: Low-carbon Buildings From Plastic Waste (Kidus Asfaw MPA ’14)
Within 30 years, Africa will be home to nearly 25% of the global population. As such, it’s poised to become a global power and is the focus of…
Aug 29, 2022
Dean's Dialogue: Hope for Afghanistan (Amb. Adela Raz)
It’s been a year since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, and the Taliban’s takeover of the country. Since then, the lives of many Afghans,…
Jul 29, 2022
Globalization — Good Politics, Bad Policy? (Layna Mosley, B. Peter Rosendorff)
Governments around the world are limiting their countries' engagement with the global economy. These anti-globalization attitudes are troubling,…
Jun 29, 2022
Endnotes: Writing on the Job (Martha Coven)
In today’s workplace, writing is an essential skill. Whether drafting a policy memo, an email, or even a tweet, succinct writing is the key to…
A Public Health Approach to Gun Violence in America
This episode tackles gun violence in America, a serious and escalating public health crisis. According to the CDC, firearms kill nearly 50,000 Americans each year and are now the leading cause of death for U.S. children and teens.
Which Country Will Be the First to Wipe Out Cervical Cancer? (The Answer May Surprise You.)
This episode of the Princeton Pulse Podcast highlights a potential win in the fight against cervical cancer – one that comes from a place that you might not expect.
The Princeton Pulse Podcast
The Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW) is pleased to introduce “The Princeton Pulse Podcast,” a new podcast exploring the power and possibilities of evidence-informed health policy.
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