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2021 Niejelow Rodin Global Digital Futures Policy Forum: Saving Cyberspace

Oct 26 2022
Event Highlight

“I sense the enthusiasm and anger here is at least a bit greater among Republicans than Democrats for House voting.” SIPA's Robert Shapiro comments to Thomas B. Edsall on the midterm elections. 

Oct 26 2022
New York Times

Kavanagh, who has been the acting commissioner since February, is the first woman to lead the New York City Fire Department in its 157-year history.

Oct 26 2022
New York Times
In the Media

Peter Clement writes about Putin's appetite for risk, "For the West, understanding Putin’s risk calculus may be as important as gauging Russia’s actual military strength in providing clues about what Russia will do next."

Oct 26 2022
Foreign Affairs
In the Media

James Rising PhD ’15 is the lead author of a new research article in Nature on "The Missing Risks of Climate Change," diving into the uncertain risks that should be included in economic evaluations and decision-making processes."

Oct 26 2022
Nature
In the Media

“I sense the enthusiasm and anger here is at least a bit greater among Republicans than Democrats for House voting.” SIPA's Robert Shapiro comments to Thomas B. Edsall on the midterm elections race.

Oct 26 2022
New York Times Opinion
In the Media

Amelia Cheatham MPA '23 writes about how a second term for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis could impact everything from immigration to global climate efforts.

Oct 26 2022
Foreign Policy
In the Media
Democratic Resilience

Two-time Pulitzer winner Evan Hill MPA ’19 combines traditional reporting with digital forensics.

Oct 26 2022
Alumni Spotlight
Meet the SIPA Community

Phoebe Yung MPA ’14 embarked on an accidental entrepreneurial journey, starting a business called Doggy Day, a social platform that connects dogs with dog-loving neighbors.

Oct 26 2022
Alumni Spotlight
Meet the SIPA Community
Oct 26 2022
Student Spotlight