Levitt Public Affairs Center

 

The Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center supports initiatives and provides resources that enable students and faculty to engage in public service and public policy through research, service-learning, lectures, discussion, and practice.

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Submissions from 2017

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Narrowing the Literacy Gap: Examining Difference in Early Childhood Education, Sabrina Boutselis '19

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Redefining the Miracle on the Han: The Evolution of Human Rights in the Republic of Korea during the Cold War, Kyung Noh '18

Submissions from 2016

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Stories of Survivors: Exploring the Lives of Sex Trafficking Victims in Central New York, Anna Do '18

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Sexual Assault In Our Community: A Custom Approach to Prevention and Education, Corinne Smith '17

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The Impact of the Gender Composition of Institutions’ Board of Trustees on Student and Faculty Diversity, Case Tatro '18