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    FTC Commissioner: Big Data Privacy Concerns Solvable

    Concerns about privacy and the use of huge data sets can be addressed through a coalition of academics and other stakeholders, Federal Trade Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen told a Georgetown audience today.

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    McCourt Students Showcase Winning Case Studies at National Conference in D.C.

    Stephanie Keller Hudiburg (MPP '15) and Xueting Wang (MPP '14) showcased their winning case studies at the 2014 American Society for Public Administration 2014 Conference in Washington, D.C.

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    Georgetown Study: Fox News Influence Limited to Republicans

    Professor Ladd’s research examines the growing influence of news media on voter attitudes and behavior.

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    McCourt School Expands International and Executive Education Opportunities

    The McCourt School of Public Policy will soon offer two new study abroad opportunities and two new executive education opportunities.

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    Registration Open for Short Professional Development Courses

    The McCourt School is offering non-credit, open enrollment, short courses in international program evaluation, data visualization, how Washington works, and public sector career coaching.


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