Partnership designed to introduce rising first year college students of color to the public policy making process; prepare them for the college experience; provide concrete training in qualitative and quantitative research methods; strengthen critical thinking and analytical skills; and encourage students to become active participants in their communities.
To build a quantitative cost model to examine the effect of both operating factors and strategic decisions on the cost structures of microfinance institutions. To conduct sensitivity analysis on actual data from microfinance institutions in Latin America and South Asia in order to clarify debates and quantify options.
Undergraduate course, tentatively named, "Philanthropy, Advocacy and Social Change" to be taught by Jason E. Franklin at the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
How Did Clinical Guidelines & Quality Measures Become Important in Amer. Medicine? The Role of Institutional Change and Intellectual Movements.
Funding for two proposed symposia involving regional transportation executives and technology leaders to discuss near and emerging technological advances to be used in transportation over the next two decades.