I was pleased to help with hosting a debate on open government at the Reynolds Journalism Institute on March 15. Video of the debate here.
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The Truman School of Public Affairs is offering a Doctoral Fellowship in Public Governance. The successful applicant would work with me on research relating to the processes by which governing institutions evolve to meet changing social and economic conditions. In other words, the development of the administrative state. The Public Governance Fellowship includes full tuition reimbursement for coursework and a stipend of $17,500 per year. The full announcement is here.