- November 18, 2022
After two veteran politicians discussed the midterm elections, two sitting directors at the CIA divulged details (as much as they could) on how the agency operates.
- November 16, 2022
“Science nerd” U.S. Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) discusses technology and policy with Schar School students. He also asks them to come to Capitol Hill to help strengthen the “science and tech capacity of the House.”
- September 28, 2022
An important new study shows how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the manufacturing of PVC. It also shows what might happen if it’s business as usual.
- New Academic Program Lets Students Design Their Own Energy and Climate Change Policy Area of EmphasisAugust 25, 2022
Students who want to study solutions to climate change and energy issues can now create their own course. Energy and Climate Policy, is open to graduate students as well as undergraduates and launches in the Spring of 2023.
- Texas Tribune: Private Donations for a Texas Border Wall Have Soared to $54 Million. But It’s Still Unclear Who’s Giving.September 2, 2021
Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s (R) GoFundMe page for building a border wall leaped to $54 million in just a few days. The Schar School’s Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, an immigration and border expert, wonders who is donating, given the graft of previous efforts to privately finance the project.
- August 19, 2021
When Joe Biden said a cyber breach such as recent ransomware incidents could precipitate a “real shooting war,” Michael V. Hayden Center director Larry Pfeiffer agreed.