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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2021

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HR Executive Perspectives on Alignment with Executive Strategy: Conclusions from Six Conversational Interviews, Drew Anderson '21

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Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, and Development in Transylvanian Rural Landscapes, Elizabeth Arnold '22

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Race Talk Amongst White Families During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Steven Campos '22

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Hyperpop: How Streaming Services Create and Control Genre Through Curation, Anthony Christiana '22

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Providing Improved Livelihoods for Muskoka's Stakeholders in the Time of Two Global Crises, Andrew Court '22

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Boring Myself to Death, Henry Curcio '21

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All the Shifts: Mothering and Working in the Pandemic Era, Kaela Dunne '22

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Unprecedented Times?: Analyzing the Experiences of Mothers during the COVID-19 Pandemic Using a Disaster Sociology Framework, Caroline Freundel '24

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Unsung Heroines: Why Do Mothers Feel Forgotten?, Ashley Garcia '22

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Pathways to a Zero Carbon New York: Understanding Solar Resistance and Overcoming Barriers to Renewable Deployment, Emory Goodwin '23, Carson Halabi '22, Madison Hurtgen '22, and Lillian Norton-Brainerd '23

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The Effects of Intergroup versus Intragroup Relations in Police Use of Force, Olivia James '23

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Internalized Paternal Exclusion From the Inside Out: How Has COVID Changed It?, Shania Kuo '23

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Archaeology as Advocacy: Celebrating Cultural Heritage and Promoting Sustainability in Transylvania Mining Communities: How to Preserve and Promote the Cultural Heritage of Rural Transylvania?, Aidan Leahey '22

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The Asian and Asian American Experience Through Film & Personal Narrative, Jason Le 23, Nyaari Kothiya 23, and Anna Sakamoto 23

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Virginia's Criminal Justice System's Current Treatment for People with Mental Illnesses: Some Recommendations Based on What Has Worked (and What Has Not), Anokhi Manchanda '22 and Tomas Alvarez-Perez '22

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Color Consciousness or Blindness in the Face of Race: White parent’s approach to race during the BLM protests of 2020, Jahmali Matthews '22

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“We’re Just Trying to Get Through It”: Looking at the Main Concerns of Mothers During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Hannah Petersen '22

2020

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Archaeology as Advocacy: Celebrating Cultural Heritage and Promoting Sustainability in Transylvania Mining Communities, Elizabeth Arnold '22

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The Gendered Challenges of At-Home Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Kaja Bielecka '21

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Friendship and Partiality: Toward a Theory of Virtue, Henry Curcio '21

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The Implications of Skin Tone Stratification in Latinx Perspectives of Race, Ashley Garcia '22

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Social Justice Education as Anti-Poverty Work: Undergraduates Facilitating Culturally Relevant Learning Among Local Youth, Elizabeth Greene '23

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Parenting Approaches during Unprecedented Times, Jahmali Matthews '22

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Social Justice Education as Anti-Poverty Work: Undergraduates’ Experiential Learning in Childhood and Youth Spaces, Riley Nichols '21

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“¿Porque no está en español?”: Voices of Latinx Mothers Within the Special Education System in the South Bronx, Anyi Rescalvo '22

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Electoral Certainty and Policy Uncertainty in Authoritarian Regimes: Russia as a Case Study, Jenny Tran '22

2019

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The Treatment of People with Mental Illness in the Criminal Justice System: The Example of Oneida County, New York, Alexander Black '19, Kylie Davis '18, Kenneth Gray '20, Connor O'Shea '18, Alexander Scheuer '18, Samantha Walther '18, Nico Yardas '18, Frank M. Anechiarico, Ralph Eannace, and Jennifer Ambrose

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Combating Deception in Genocide, Alexander Cook '20

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An Ethnography of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois), David Gagnidze '20

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Orwellian or Ordinary?: Situating India's UID and China's SCS Within Global Neoliberal Trends Through Comparative Analysis, Joel Harper '21

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Populism in the Behavioralist Imagination: V.O. key Jr. on Ins, Outs, and the Electorate, Richard Huiskamp '21

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Introduction: New Directions in Survey Research on Russian Elites, Sharon Werning Rivera and William Zimmerman

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An Analysis of Urban Development, Urban Poverty, and Economic Development in Utica, New York, J. Connor Thomson '20

2018

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Analyzing the Effects of Policy On Residential Photovoltaic Capacity in California, Jesse Bennett '19

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The Millennial Pilgrim, Estella Brenneman '20

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Hyper-Emotion as Disability: Researching Disabilities in the Classical World, Allyson D'Antonio '20

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What Are the Social, Economic and Political Histories of Mining in Southwest Transylvania and Prospects for Policy Development?, Lana Dorr '21

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Archaeology as Advocacy: Celebrating Cultural Heritage and Promoting Sustainability in Transylvania Mining Communities, Jada Langston '20

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A Survivor's Healing Journey: From Surviving to Thriving, Eva Lynch-Comer '19

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Situated Spirituality: The Application of Yoga and Meditation Techniques on and off the Mat, Annie McClanahan '20

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Consumerism in Farmers Markets and the Central NY Food System, Julia McGuire '20

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Knowledge Sharing With the Maliseet of New Brunswick, Bennett Morrison '20

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Land Hunger: Environmental Migration and Conflict in Bangladesh, Claire Nicholson '20

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The Role of Social Support in Mental Health in Favelas, Sandra Saldana '19

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Situated Contemplation: How Groups and Place Influence Yoga and Meditation Experiences, Rachel Schooler '19 and Geoffrey Ravenhall Meinke '20

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The Teaching of American Indian History and Culture in Central New York Elementary and Middle Schools, Aoife Thomas '20

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Inequality and Bias in the Demand for News, Andrew Wei '20 and Ann Owen

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The Impact of Religious Identity on People’s Experiences Practicing Yoga and Meditation, Matthew Zeitler '20

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

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