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Energy Management and Policy (EMAP) Group at the University of Houston
EMAP is an interdisciplinary group of scholars with a global focus who study issues raised by energy/environmental management and policy. It includes six major centers on the University of Houston campus: the Global Energy Management Institute in the Bauer College of Business; the Energy, Natural Resources and Environment Center in the Law Center; the Hobby Center for Public Policy; the Center for Public History; TIMES (The Texas Institute for Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics; and Global Studies in the Bauer College of Business. Individual faculty members from other departments on campus are also included. EMAP is a part of UH-Energy, a broader initiative that encourages collaboration among all faculty members with interests in energy and the environment. Learn more about EMAP.
Jim Granato Discusses Wall Street Reform on KUHT's Red, White and Blue
Hobby Center for Public Policy Launches Inside Policy & Politics Blog
Hobby Center Director to Lead Research for Greater Houston NGV
Current Training on Future Social Scientists Evaluated at NSF Event
Dr. Granato is a Member of NSF-Funded Focus Group on Funding for Research Portals and Gateways
University of Houston Professor Jim Granato Explains the Mathematics of Trillion on FOX 26 Morning News
Policy Moves are Slowing Economy
Community-Based Participatory Research Workshop: Challenges and Solutions for Researchers and Community Leaders
On Friday, April 10, 2009 the University of Houston's Hobby Center for Public Policy co-hosted a community research workshop at the Hilton University of Houston. This one day workshop brought together academics, applied practitioners and community advocates together to discuss the most effective ways to conduct research within a community, particularly with hard to reach populations. The Workshop was sponsored by the Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics (JERHRE), the Hobby Center for Public Policy, and the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health.
Hobby Center for Public Policy Survey of Texas Lottery Players Finds Steady Participation
UH Moment: "Hobby Center for Public Policy" - Dr. Granato Talks to KUHF 88.7 FM About the Center
Hobby Center for Public Policy to Study Houston Housing Market, Foreclosure