Recent News Items
Study gauges Kansas farmers' outlook
The Biofuels and Climate Change: Farmers' Land Use Decisions (BACC:FLUD) project featured in new KU press release. Read the full release at the link below.
Study examines race factor in police stops
Research team has found that race plays a major role in determining whom officers pull over for investigatory vehicle stops. - See more at link below.
Program will help students achieve entrepreneurial success
The KU Catalyst, a new student-business accelerator, will provide the work space, mentoring and access to capital students need to build their business ideas into successful startup operations. Read the full press release at link below.
Driving While Black
Washington Monthly features "Driving While Black" article by Chuck Epp and Steven Maynard-Moody. Epp is a professor in the School of Public Affairs & Administration and IPSR affiliate, Maynard-Moody is the director at IPSR and also a professor in the School of Public Affairs & Administration. Read the article at the link below.
Staples featured in USA Today
Bill Staples, Professor of Sociology and director of IPSR's Surveillance Studies Research Center, penned a guest essay for USA Today titled "How our culture of surveillance dictates our lives". Read the essay at the link below.