Political science PhD student Emilia Simison has found that despotic regimes vary, and the move to democracy doesn’t necessarily guarantee policy change.
Analysis of Medicare data finds location matters, not just past health behavior.
Researchers find improvement in relative retention of women but predict decades of sustained effort are required to achieve gender parity.
Undergraduates selected for the competitive program enjoy a seminar series and conversations over dinners with distinguished faculty.
Globally, people follow a “visitation law” — an inverse relationship between distance and frequency of visits.
Study brings new data to a longstanding question, with findings policymakers can apply.
Different social and racial groups have varying views of the problem’s urgency.
Social media users share charts and graphs — often with the same underlying data — to advocate opposing approaches to the pandemic.