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|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 …|
|Springer, David||LBJ School of Public Affairs; School of Social Work||Adolescent health Clinical assessment and intervention with adolescents and families Evidence-based substance abuse and mental health treatment with youth Forensic social work with juvenile …|
|Stekler, Paul||LBJ School of Public Affairs; Radio-Television-Film||Documentary films about various topics involving American politics and history, Politics and the media, Political campaigns|
|Stolp, Chandler||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs||Dr. Stolp's research focuses on western hemispheric economic integration, regional economics, and public sector productivity. Professor Stolp chaired a state task force in the early 1990s on the …|
|Streeter, Ryan||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Dr.Streeter has conducted policy research projects for large institutional nonprofits, worked in and with a number of think tanks, and has served as a policy advisor at the federal, state, and local …|
|Suri, Jeremi||LBJ School of Public Affairs||The formation and spread of nation-states; the emergence of modern international relations; the connections between foreign policy and domestic politics; the rise of knowledge institutions as global …|
|Treisman, Philip||LBJ School of Public Affairs; Mathematics||Mathematical Education and Policy|
|Von Hippel, Paul||LBJ School of Public Affairs; Sociology||Education; Obesity; Banking; and Fraud|