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Politics+Society

Election 2016
How the polls got it wrong
Published Dec 11, 2016
A conversation with Clifford Young, a professorial lecturer at SAIS who helps oversee polling at global market research firm Ipsos
Race in America
Latinos post-election
Published Dec 11, 2016
Panelists explore Latino identity, challenges, opportunities as part of Race in America series
Public policy
Public housing and child well-being
Published Dec 11, 2016
Subsidized housing appears to boost high-performing kids but have opposite effect on those with low test scores, behavioral issues

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#syllabus
Understanding Trumpism
Published Dec 11, 2016
Crowd-sourced syllabus co-compiled by Johns Hopkins historian N.D.B. Connnolly goes viral post-election
Conservation
'I just don't want to quit'
Published Dec 11, 2016
Author, farmer, activist Wendell Berry keep fighting 'to protect everything worth protecting'
Environmental health
Scientists wary of coming climate policy shift
Published Dec 11, 2016
Experts discuss what Trump's global warming skepticism, pledge to revive coal mean for environmental, public health
Commentary
Real help for America's blue collar workers
Published Dec 11, 2016
Daniels: Rather than attempting to reverse tide of free trade and technology, Trump administration should focus on improving worker-retraining programs / Bloomberg View
Urban history
The color of bias
Published Winter 2016
The Mapping Inequality project offers unprecedented access to color-coded maps and materials once used to demonstrate neighborhoods' risk and creditworthiness / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Sustainability
Seafood scruples
Published Winter 2016
Alum Jennifer Dianto Kemmerly helps connect consumers with environmentally responsible seafood / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Global health
Driven to change
Published Winter 2016
Jhpiego program in Kenya turns would-be muggers into businessmen / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Notebook
Exhibit explores impact of World War I on Johns Hopkins
Published Winter 2016
A new exhibit explores the impact of WWI on Johns Hopkins / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Chairman of the boards
Published Winter 2016
A middle school lesson in hands-on learning launched this alum's snowboard company / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Still pertinent after 50 years
Published Winter 2016
The Coleman Report set the standard for the study of public education / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Open letter
To Trump, from scientists
Published Dec 11, 2016
JHU's Agre, Greider join more than 2,300 scientists in urging new administration to respect 'scientific integrity and independence' / The Washington Post
Mental health
Suicide prevention strategies
Published Dec 11, 2016
Prevention efforts lead to 40% drop in suicides among White Mountain Apache tribe / School of Public Health
COMMENTARY
Trump assembles his national security team
Published Dec 11, 2016
Former acting CIA director John McLaughlin weighs in on Trump's picks of Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Rep. Mike Pompeo / OZY
MSE Symposium
'I reject the idea that we are divided'
Published Dec 11, 2016
Vermont senator speaks at Hopkins a week after polarizing election