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The Wilder School group and colleagues from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Office of Academic Engagement gather during the conference. From left are Associate Professor James Keck; Kaitlin Signor of the DHS; students Garrett Stefaniak, Nathan Moorhead, Abigail Hobbs, Kevin Chevitanon; and Trent Frazier of the DHS.
(Top) Fabrizio Fasulo, Ph.D., director of the Wilder School's Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, shared information at  the Communities and Public Safety Stakeholders’ Roundtable: An Analysis of Root Causes of Crime in the City of Richmond. (Below) Sarin Adhikari, Ph.D., research economist at CURA, makes a presentation.
Portraits of Sarah Jane Brubaker and Benjamin Teresa
Susan Gooden, Ph.D., Wilder School Interim Dean and Professor, is the co-author of “Why Research Methods Matter,” a refreshingly accessible new textbook that hits the sweet-spot between sound, scientific-driven inquiry and the political and economic considerations of real-world evaluation and policymaking. The book, available from Melvin and Leigh Publishing, hits shelves later this month.
(Top) German exchange students, accompanied by their Wilder School hosts, tour Richmond's Fulton neighborhood. (Middle) German students presented to the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission on their system of planning and land use. (Below) Eights students are visiting from the University of Kaiserslautern, accompanied by two professors.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee members Shajuana Isom-Payne and Chernoh Wurie, Ph.D., pose for a photo at the Wilder School's graduation ceremony on May 12, 2018.
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