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Wednesday, March 28, 2012 Last Edition   Volume 8 Issue 3  
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Last Edition of Policy Perspectives
Hang Up and Drive: Developing Policies on Cell Phone Use in Automobiles
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ASPA: Cloud Computing
Utah College Advising Corps
Reframe Truths as Assumptions
Jolaine Randall Retires
Good Ideas: Speed Bumps
ARCHIVE
PAC12
February 29, 2012
CPPA on Facebook, Legislative Preview
January 25, 2012
Holiday Edition
December 21, 2011
Utah's Agricultural Future, Affordable Housing
November 23, 2011
City Benchmarking, Redistricting
October 26, 2011

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Last Edition of Policy Perspectives
by Jennifer Robinson, CPPA Director

Today we are sending out the last edition of Policy Perspectives. We have had an invigorating, enjoyable, and challenging time researching, writing and publishing Perspectives on a monthly basis. Over the years, we have published 90 editions with contributions from CPPA staff, graduate assistants, and many outside contributors. Thank you to everyone who has made Policy Perspectives a success, including you – our readers!


 
Hang Up and Drive: Developing Policies on Cell Phone Use in Automobiles
by Kara Glaubitz, CPPA

The dangers of cell phone use while driving have been well documented and widely discussed. A number of academic studies have been conducted testing the effects of cell phone use on driving ability, clearly demonstrating that cell phone use impairs some aspects of driving performance.
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ASPA: Cloud Computing
by Kara Glaubitz, CPPA

This month’s ASPA luncheon featured Dave Fletcher, Utah’s Chief Technology Officer, discussing cloud computing in the public sector.
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Utah College Advising Corps
by Malia McIlvenna, CPPA Graduate Assistant

The Utah College Advising Corps (UCAC) was initiated in 2007 to help high school students who are low income, minority, or would be first generation college students to take steps toward college enrollment. These students are statistically less likely to attend college. Recent college graduates serve as advisors to high school students in this “near-peer” model program.
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Reframe Truths as Assumptions
by Ken Embley, CPPA

Every day we make sense out of reality by connecting facts together and interpreting those facts to create stories.
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Jolaine Randall Retires
It is with a mixture of sadness and gratitude that we announce the retirement of CPPA’s Administrative Assistant, Jolaine Randall.
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Good Ideas: Speed Bumps
What’s Your Perspective?
by Malia McIlvenna, CPPA Graduate Assistant

Perspective is often of vital importance in determining whether to consider a government idea a good one or not. What about speed bumps?
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