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Wednesday, September 28, 2011 65 Year Anniversary   Volume 7 Issue 9  
CONTENTS
U’s Center for Public Policy & Administration Celebrates 65 Years
CPPA Launches New Website
Graduate Assistant Profile: Hillary Galvin
Food for Thought: Utah Agricultural Summit
A Collection of Books
Good Idea
ARCHIVE
5 Day Work Week
August 29, 2011
Light Summer Issue on Volunteerism and Networking
July 27, 2011
GRAMA, Flood Response, PA in 21st Century
June 28, 2011
Redistricting
May 25, 2011
Medicaid, ASPA Legislative Wrap-up
April 27, 2011

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U’s Center for Public Policy & Administration Celebrates 65 Years
by Jennifer Robinson, CPPA Interim Director

Since 1946, the CPPA has worked to solve real-world problems and develop a more efficient and effective public sector. Read more about the good work we’ve been doing!
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CPPA Launches New Website
That’s right! Our website was just redesigned.  New photos!  Stylish Look!  Latest info on our events, services, and programs!  It’s a whole new look and we think you’ll like it!  www.cppa.utah.edu
 
Graduate Assistant Profile: Hillary Galvin
Every Fall, the Center for Public Policy & Administration brings in a group of students studying in the fields of public administration, policy, and international affairs to work as graduate assistants for the coming year. Graduate assistants work on a variety of projects and frequently contribute articles to Policy Perspectives. This month we are profiling Hillary Galvin, a graduate assistant for the Master in Public Policy Program. We know you’ll be as impressed with her as we are!
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Food for Thought: Utah Agricultural Summit
Utah Intergovernmental Roundtable

uirBrigham City is famous for peaches, Green River for melons, and Santaquin for apples, but what is the future of agriculture in Utah? This year’s Utah Intergovernmental Roundtable Summit will explore the important and changing role agriculture plays in our state. Join us on October 27. Get more information and register
 
A Collection of Books
by Jennifer Robinson, CPPA Interim Director

A few years ago, as my husband and I prepared for our first child, we started buying (and reading) books on parenting. We expected the books could teach us what we needed to know about being good parents and raising a happy and healthy child. Our new collection included What to Expect the First Year, Best Baby Products, The New Father, and Secrets of the Baby Whisper. You may be laughing as you read this list, thinking to yourself “Yup, we bought that one too” in hopes of figuring out how to calm a crying baby.
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Good Idea
A Time for Play and a Time for Better Nutrition
by Malia McIlvenna, CPPA Graduate Assistant

With a rapidly growing epidemic of childhood obesity, attention has turned, in recent years, to the important role that school lunches play in childhood nutrition and consumption patterns. Several schools in Utah seem to have found a solution for this by shifting their schedules to have recess before lunch.
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