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|Osborne Blaha, Cynthia||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Dr. Osborne's teaching and research interests are in the areas of social policy, poverty and inequality, family and child well-being, family demography, and school entry among disadvantaged …|
|Ostrower, Francie||LBJ School of Public Affairs; Theatre and Dance||Philanthropy, Nonprofit Governance, Cultural policy and participation|
|Prince, Howard||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Ethics, leadership studies and development, behavioral sciences|
|Rai, Varun||LBJ School of Public Affairs||His principal research interests are in technological change, innovation and diffusion; economics of climate change/integrated assessment models; and energy and development. His research combines …|
|Redei, Lorinc||Center for European Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs||European Studies European Union (EU) EU Foreign Policy European Parliament Transatlantic Relations|
|Rehnborg, Sarah Jane||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Dr. Rehnborg's research interests include public sector volunteerism, assessment of organizations engaging volunteers and national service participants, and the effective management of volunteers …|
|Richardson, Samuel||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Samuel S. Richardson is a Ph.D. candidate in Health Policy at Harvard University and holds a B.A. in Human Biology from Stanford University. A health economist by training, his research broadly …|
|Rodriguez, Victoria||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs||Mexican politics and public policy; women and public policy; women in Latin America; policy development; theory of public policy|
|Sosa, Suzi||LBJ School of Public Affairs|
|Spelman, William||LBJ School of Public Affairs||urban policy operations research and evaluation local government law, administration, finance, apprehension, deterrence, and rehabilitation of repeat offenders; solution of neighborhood crime and …|