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    • Urban Planning Academics: Tweets and Citations 

      Sanchez, Thomas W. (Cogitatio, 2021-02-24)
      This article discusses the relationship between Twitter usage and scholarly citations by urban planning academics in the U.S. and Canada. Social media and academic publications may be considered separate activities by some, ...
    • Innovations and Development in Urban Planning Scholarship and Research 

      Sanchez, Thomas W. (Cogitatio, 2021-02-24)
      Urban planning is characterized by involving a wide range of experts from a variety of fields. Therefore, planning research draws upon each of these fields in how it interprets an examines the natural and built environment ...
    • Addressing the Contribution of Indirect Potable Reuse to Inland Freshwater Salinization 

      Bhide, Shantanu V.; Grant, Stanley B.; Parker, Emily A.; Rippy, Megan A.; Godrej, Adil; Kaushal, Sujay; Prelewicz, Gregory; Saji, Niffy; Curtis, Shannon; Vikesland, Peter J.; Maile-Moskowitz, Ayella; Edwards, Marc A.; Lopez, Kathryn; Birkland, Thomas A.; Schenk, Todd (2021-02-02)
      Inland freshwater salinity is rising worldwide, a phenomenon called the freshwater salinization syndrome (FSS). We investigate a potential conflict between managing the FSS and indirect potable reuse, the practice of ...
    • Rethinking US Policy Toward Iran: A Forum 

      Razavi, Negar; Entessar, Nader; Homayounvash, Mohammad; Fathollah-Nejad, Ali; Boroujerdi, Mehrzad; Ghazvinian, John (Middle East Report, 2020-05-27)
      While US relations with Iran have been adversarial since the 1979 Islamic revolution, President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA) in 2018 and his belligerent implementation of a “maximum pressure” ...
    • Central Banks and the Governance of Monetary Space 

      Bieri, David S. (2019-04-04)
    • Rebel Oil Companies and Wartime Economic Governance in MENA 

      Ahram, Ariel
      Oil smuggling has become a major feature of the war economies across the MENA region but the contest is not just for physical possession of oil through seizure and looting. Equally important is the political, legal and ...
    • Das Geld im Raum: August Löschs Geldtheorie und ihre Bedeutung für regionalökonomische Verteilungsfragen 

      Bieri, David S.
      Der zeitgenössische Kanon der Raumwirtschaftslehre stützt sich---besonders unter dem Einfluss der angelsächsischen Literatur---auf die klassischen Dichotomie und beinhaltet daher nur wenige theoretische Ansatzpunkte die ...
    • VTIPG newsletter, October 2020 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2020-10)
      This quarterly newsletter provides updates on activities in IPG, including news, student and faculty accomplishments, and a letter from the director.
    • Catawba Sustainability Center and Catawba Hospital Renewable Energy Site Planning Process Study 

      Meyers, Ron; Carstensen, Laurence William Jr.; Ford, W. Mark; Grant, Elizabeth J.; Klopfer, Scott; Schenk, Todd; Taylor, Adam (Virginia Tech, 2020-09-29)
      The transdisciplinary Renewable Energy Facilities Siting Project produced a white paper outlining their proof-of-concept using a case study from the Catawba Valley.
    • Policy Brief: Ending DACA Would Limit Access to Higher Education in Ten States 

      Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration; Ulead Network (Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration; Ulead Network, 2020-06-29)
      On June 18, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 vote to maintain DACA in place. The Court found that the Trump administration’s rationale for ending DACA in 2017 was “arbitrary and capricious.” The Court also found ...
    • Minnesota Measures: A 2017 Report Higher Education Performance 

      Djurovich, Alexandra; Fergus, Meredith (Minnesota Office of Higher Education, 2017)
      Obtaining a postsecondary credential increases economic opportunity, promotes income equality, and prepares the state to meet future workforce demands. Not all Minnesotans are equally prepared there remains an educational ...
    • Advising Undocumented Students in Rhode Island for College Access 2019/2020 

      Meetran, Tina (College Visions, 2020)
      Approximately 26,000 undocumented immigrants reside in Rhode Island and of those, 3,000 undocumented students ages 25 and older receive their Bachelor’s degree. That’s only 14% of the population. This report was created ...
    • How Many Unauthorized Immigrants Graduate from U.S High Schools Annually? 

      Zong, Jie; Batalova, Jeanne (Migration Policy Institute, 2019-04-01)
      In this report, the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) estimates that 98,000 undocumented students, ages 15 to 19, graduate from high school every year, a dramatic increase from the commonly used estimate of 65,000 students ...
    • 2019 College Senior Survey 

      Fregoso, Julio; Lopez, Diana D. (Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA, 2020-02-01)
      The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) has administered the College Senior Survey since 1993; this year marked the 27th administration of the survey. This report highlights data from 17,363 seniors graduating ...
    • Higher Ed Guide to Tuition, Financial Aid & Other Funding for Undocumented Students: FAQs for Public and Private Colleges and Universities 

      Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration (Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, 2020-04-16)
      This report provides a higher education guide to tuition, financial aid and other funding for undocumented students.
    • Undergraduate Teaching Faculty: The 2013-2014 HERI Faculty Survey 

      Bara Stolzenberg, Ellen; Eagan, M. Kevin; Berdan Lozano, Jennifer; Aragon, Melissa C.; Ramirez Suchard, Maria; Hurtado, Sylvia (Cooperative Institutional Research Program; Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA, 2014)
      This report summarizes the highlights of a national survey of college and university faculty conducted by the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) at the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) during the ...
    • Undergraduate Teaching Faculty: The HERI Faculty Survey 2016-2017 

      Bara Stolzenberg, Ellen; Eagan, M. Kevin; Zimmerman, Hilary B.; Berdan Lozano, Jennifer; Cesar-Davis, Natacha M.; Aragon, Melissa C.; Rios-Aguilar, Cecilia (Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA, 2019)
      This report summarizes the highlights of a national survey of college and university faculty conducted by the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) at the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) during the ...
    • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (2020): A Checklist and Implementation Guide for Community College Boards 

      Association of Community College Trustees (Association of Community College Trustees, 2020-08-25)
      This guide is intended to assist community and technical college boards of trustees and CEOs to actively implement and reinforce a culture that values and promotes diversity, equity and inclusion. The governing board’s ...
    • A Service Science Perspective on Higher Education: Linking Service Productivity Theory and Higher Education Reform 

      Lush, Robert; Wu, Christopher (Center for American Progress, 2012-08-01)
      Policymakers are currently wrestling with fundamental but complex questions about the future of higher education, including how to hold colleges responsible for the billions of dollars in federal financial aid money they ...
    • Fact Sheet: Improving the Formula for Federal Higher Education Coronavirus Funding 

      Anguiano, Viviann (Center for American Progress, 2020-05-12)
      In March 2020, as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Congress authorized the largest one-year, direct investment in colleges since the Great Recession. This fact sheet summarizes policies ...