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Beginning this fall, Cornell Institute for Public Affairs fellows can live, study, and work in India for one semester under a management program offered with the country's Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement.
Nathan Diament, the executive director of public policy for the Institute for Public Affairs at the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, told The New York Times, "Houses of worship should not be discriminated against and excluded from getting assistance on the same terms as other eligible nonprofits.
Earlier this month the Hawaii Institute for Public Affairs released a study that found the state faced $14.
He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Hawaii Institute for Public Affairs and the Board of the Aloha Council-Boy Scouts of America.
Peterson was senior fellow at Cornell University's Institute for Public Affairs where her work focused on the nonprofit sector and its role in shaping public policy.
Hagen is director of the Institute for Public Affairs at Temple and an associate professor of political science.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- After spending millions of dollars, making dozens of visits and engaging in three spirited debates, the candidates are still running neck-and-neck in their race for Pennsylvania's prized electoral votes, according to this month's Temple/Inquirer Poll, sponsored by Temple University's Institute for Public Affairs (IPA) and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- The presidential race for Pennsylvania is a dead heat, according to the first Temple/Inquirer Poll, sponsored by Temple University's Institute for Public Affairs and The Philadelphia Inquirer.