by Amy DeNinno for San Diego Association of Governments Continue reading Foundations for Digital Equity: Streamlining Broadband Development in San Diego County
by Mika Weissbuch for Huellas de Paz Continue reading “Now they call me Teacher”: Youth Leadership and Community Transformation in Managua, Nicaragua
The Mills Policy Forum is hosting this year’s Master’s Policy Report digital posters online starting April 20, 2021. Posters summarizing the Mills MPP and MPP/MBA candidates’ research on current policy challenges for government and nonprofit clients will be displayed here as they become available. Constructive feedback on these works-in-progress is welcome while the students complete their analyses over the next several weeks.
Standard disclaimer: the opinions expressed here are those of the authors and are not necessarily endorsed by the client, the Mills College Public Policy Program, or the Policy Forum. Continue reading Spring 2021 Master’s Policy Reports
by Brandy Hyatt for Vote Solar Continue reading Living Out Our Principles: An Evaluation of Vote Solar’s Just Partnership Principles
by Brianna Jones for CityTeam Oakland Continue reading Make It Count: Evaluating Positive Impact for CityTeam Oakland
by E Saltman for The Restaurant Opportunity Center of the Bay Continue reading Restaurant Workers and Food Business Ownership: A Program Recommendation
by Noah Dove for Sustainable Solano Continue reading Campaigning for Local Food Access in Solano County
by Paige Chamblin for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Continue reading Women in Water: Expanding the Environmental Workforce
by Reilly Hirst for Mary Lupien, Rochester City Councilmember Continue reading Strange Fruit: Revisioning Police Presence & Interaction in the City of Rochester
by Sandra Bernal for the VRAR Association Continue reading Is VR Technology the Answer to Eliminate Recidivism?