Dr. Daniel Larsen is the author of an upcoming book with Cambridge University Press, Plotting for Peace: American Peacemakers, British Codebreakers, and Britain at War, 1914-1917. In this riveting new account, Daniel Larsen tells the full story for the first time of how Prime Minister H.H. Asquith and his supporters secretly sought to end WWI. This book's findings transform our understanding of British strategy and international diplomacy during the war.
This audio file is a recording of a recent Featured Faculty Talk with Doug Harris, a long-time instructor in the MA in Government program. In his upcoming book (co-authored with Amy Fried from the University of Maine) called At War with Government: How Conservatives Weaponized Distrust from Goldwater to Trump (Columbia University Press), Doug Harris addresses the question of rising public distrust in the American government.
In this episode, Program Coordinator Collin Paschall speaks with recent M.A. in Government graduate Walker Wright about his experience writing his thesis, focusing on international commerce and relations.
This episode is a recording of a recent webinar organized by Jerry Burgess of the M.S. in Environmental Sciences and Policy program and featuring Paul Weinstein of the M.A. in Public Management program. Mr. Weinstein shares his insights into navigating a job search in a new presidential administration.
This episode is a recording of the Government Analytics Breakfast Forum on December 8, 2020. The Forum brings together professionals to discuss advances in data-driven decision making in the public sector. This GAB Forum featured Dr. Stephen Costello-Lowe, the Chief Technology Officer at the United States Department of Agriculture.