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Wednesday, February 27, 2008 Primary Elections, Miage, Pinpointing Crime   Volume 4 Issue 2  
CONTENTS
Was it a Super-Duper Tuesday?
Globally Inclined
Perspectives on Power
Pinpointing Crime in our Communities
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Taxes and Economy, Financial Stability Council, Legislative Issues to Watch
January 30, 2008
Identity Theft, State Retirement Systems
January 2, 2008
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November 28, 2007
Vouchers, School District Splits, Voting
October 25, 2007
Concurrent Enrollment, ACT Scores, Stroke Prevention
September 26, 2007

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Was it a Super-Duper Tuesday?
by Jennifer Robinson, MPA, CPPA Research Associate

February 5th was supposed to be a Super-Duper day for presidential candidates. For some it was the beginning of the end of their campaign, for others it was a big boost.
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Globally Inclined
Introducing the new Master of Science in International Affairs & Global Enterprise degree

The University of Utah recently announced a new graduate degree program in international affairs and global enterprise. The only one of its kind in the nation, the Master of Science in International Affairs & Global Enterprise (MIAGE) seeks to provide students with essential knowledge in business, law and socio-economic studies.
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Perspectives on Power
by Tricia Jack, MPA, CPPA Research Associate

Last month when an almost-stranger I had met at a social event asked me for a ride to a place that was quite out of my way, I was a little irritated. I hardly knew this person and was quite hesitant to meet their request. The irony is that if this had been a friend or family member I would have thought nothing of driving out of my way to help them; in fact I would have been happy to help. On my way back from the unwanted journey (in the snow, I might add), I began to think about how it is that friends and family have this power over us and how this relates to leadership.
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Pinpointing Crime in our Communities
by David Patton, Ph.D., CPPA Director

David Patton, CPPA's director takes a look at new initiatives and ideas from around the nation and the world. This month's idea: pinpointing crime.
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