The Muskie School of Public Service is Maine’s distinguished public policy school, combining an extensive applied research and technical assistance portfolio with rigorous undergraduate degree programs in geography-anthropology (GYA) and tourism & hospitality (TAH), and graduate programs in public health (MPH) and policy, planning, and management (MPPM). The School’s faculty and staff bring a practical, innovative approach to health, social, environmental, community, and economic development problems, and a commitment to spanning traditional boundaries among university, government, and nonprofit organizations. The School’s research and public service programs provide faculty and students with real-life experiences that expand and inform the educational experience. The Muskie School is also home to the Catherine E. Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy.

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Submissions from 2017

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Growing Portland: Not Whether, but How, Richard Barringer PhD and Joseph McDonnell PhD

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Greater Portland Tomorrow: Choices for Sustained Prosperity, Richard Barringer PhD, Joseph McDonnell PhD, and Frank O'Hara

Submissions from 2012

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Development of the Rural Active Living Perceived Environmental Support Scale (RALPESS), M. Reneé Umstattd PhD; Stephanie L. Baller; Erin Hennessy MPH; David Hartley PhD, MHA; Christina D. Economos PhD; Raymond R. Hyatt PhD; Anush MS, MA Yousefian; and Jeffrey S. Hallam PhD

Submissions from 2005

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Community Partnerships for Older Adults: A Case Study, Elise J. Bolda PhD, Jane I. Lowe, George L. Maddox, and Beverly S. Patnaik

Submissions from 2004

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Ending Social Work's Grudge Match: Problems Versus Strengths, J. Curtis McMillen, Lisa A. Morris PhD, and Michael Sherraden

Submissions from 2003

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Perceptions of Discrimination Among Persons With Serious Mental Illness, Patrick Corrigan, Vetta Thompson, David Lambert PhD, Yvette Sangster, Jeffrey G. Noel, and Jean Campbell