About the chapter
New Orleans SSN launched in 2013 to build more connections between local scholars, civic leaders, policymakers, and journalists. Our members are particularly interested in the issues that are at the forefront of ongoing debates in the community: gender and sexuality, diversity and inclusion, education, crime and punishment, the environment, and persistent inequalities. Our members are associated with several regional universities.
- Civic Engagement
- Gender & Sexuality
- Democracy & Governance
Newcomb College Institute
- Media & Public Opinion
Loyola University New Orleans
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Joshua A. Basseches quoted by Dharna Noor, "Red States Are Leading On Renewable Energy, While Mass. Ranks 29th, New Analysis Shows" The Boston Globe, March 8, 2023.
"Abortion As Essential Healthcare Becomes Even Clearer After Dobbs," Clare Daniel, Maurer Global Forum, February 21, 2023.
"Illinois Needs a Different Kind of Assistance for Homeowners: Home Repairs," Robin Bartram, Commentary, Chicago Tribune, February 1, 2023.
Guest to discuss How the Inflation Reduction Act’s Approach to Energy Policy and Environment May Impact Louisiana on Louisiana Considered, Joshua A. Basseches, September 14, 2022.
Brian R. Beabout quoted by Silas Allen, "One Year Into Charter Partnership, Struggles Continue at This Fort Worth School" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, September 12, 2022.
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