spea magazine

1 Of Interest—New and Noteworthy
If you weren't on SPEA’s Bloomington campus last semester, here’s some of what you missed...and other noteworthy news of things SPEA.
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2 Celebrating 35 Years of the EPA with William Ruckelshaus
SPEA’s spring symposium featured the first and fifth head of EPA, speaking on “Sustaining Environmental Protection in the Face of Population and Economic Growth: Can We Do It?”
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3 On the cover: The Critical Condition of US Health Care
From simple demographics to case managers, from standardized billing systems to national healthcare programs—Is the country's medical future really as grim as the media sometimes make it seem? Eric Wright, David Handel, and Ann Holmes, health care specialists and SPEA faculty members from our Indianapolis campus, answer questions concerning the increasing cost of health care here in the US.
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4 A New Day Dawns for Eric Wright
SPEA professor Eric Wright, director of the new center for Health Policy (CHP) in Indianapolis, explains his plans for the Center and how it will serve as a resource for Indiana to address complex health policy issues.
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5 Seeing the Forest and the Trees
It’s handy to have a forester on the faculty. Burney Fischer offers some practical advice for successful tree planting—knowledge that came in handy when the School decided to honor EPA icon Bill Ruckelshaus with an environmentally friendly “carbon grove” during the School’s major symposium last spring, a celebration of 35 years of the EPA (see “Celebrating 35 Years of the EPA . . .”).
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6 In Memoriam: Lynton K. Caldwell (1913-2006)
We say good-bye to our esteemed colleague, a pioneer and distinguished scholar in the fields of environmental policy, law, science, and administration, and a catalyst in the development of the School.
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7 Online: Faculty adventures in cyberspace
Edwardo Rhodes, SPEA professor and cake baker extraordinaire, shares his online favorites.
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8 In the money. Who. What. How much.
A sampling of current research, the SPEA faculty who are doing it, and the grants that help make it possible.
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9 In the lab—Projects and people
Keeping up with Chris Craft.
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10 Cream of the Crop—Student stories
Nathan Kohley: A simple recipe for academic success.
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11 Picture this
Bob Bieder and the bear.
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12 Practical Wisdom
Burney Fischer's Tree Planting 101.
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