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  • Event: REL Appalachia Webinar – March 15, 2016

    REL Appalachia, a program administered by CNA, is hosting a webinar on "Snowbound: Continuing Instruction during School Cancellations"

  • Event: SREE Conference – March 3, 2016

    CNA analyst Christine Mokher, Ph.D. is presenting at the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) Spring 2016 conference, "Lost in Translation: Building Pathways from Knowledge to Action." She will discuss practitioner feedback on the implementation of the Florida College and Career Readiness Initiative and how collaboration between researchers and practitioners improves the initiative's effectiveness.

  • Event: REL Appalachia/KVEC Workshop – February 12, 2016

    REL Appalachia, a program administered by CNA, is co-hosting a workshop with the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative (KVEC) on "Improving Teaching and Learning through Action Research." The workshop helps pre-kindergarten teachers incorporate action research into their classroom practice.

  • CNA in the News: February 11, 2016

    Military.com mentions CNA’s Center for Naval Analyses in "10 Things to Know about the Marines' Plan to Open Combat Jobs to Women"

  • Event: Food Chain Reaction Discussion – February 11, 2016

    The panel discussion, "Can Climate Change Break the Global Food System?", will feature findings and recommendations from Food Chain Reaction, a global food security game designed by CNA

  • CNA in the News: February 10, 2016

    Le Provocateur, the official student newspaper of Assumption College, cites CNA’s Federal Bureau of Prisons: Special Housing Unit Review and Assessment in "Solitary Confinement Is Gone"

  • News Release: February 10, 2016

    CNA today announced the availability of the most recent edition of Population Representation in the Military Services, the annual study of the demographic make-up of the personnel serving in the armed forces. Read more.

  • CNA in the News: February 9, 2016

    China Topix quotes CNA analyst Ken Gause in "Talks to Deploy U.S. Missile Defense System in South Korea May Force China to Compromise on Sanctions against Pyongyang: Experts"

  • News Release: February 9, 2016

    CNA Board of Trustees Chair, Ambassador Rozanne L. Ridgway, announced that VADM William R. Burke, USN (Ret.) is joining the CNA Board. Read more.

  • CNA in the News: February 8, 2016

    The World Post mentions CNA’s Military Advisory Board in "Climate Change and Geopolitics: What's Really at Stake"

  • Event: REL Appalachia/OVEC Workshop – February 8, 2016

    REL Appalachia, a program administered by CNA, is cohosting a workshop with the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative (OVEC) on "Indicators of College and Career Readiness and Success in Kentucky." The workshop is part of an ongoing series to help schools and districts develop comprehensive, local definitions and measures of college and career readiness.

  • CNA in the News: February 7, 2016

    Military Times quotes CNA analyst Jim Grefer, Ph.D. in "New Military Retirement Law Creates Big Decisions for Many Troops" (also carried by ABC13 News Now)

  • CNA in the News: February 7, 2016

    Yonhap News Agency quotes CNA analyst Ken Gause in "N. Korea's Rocket Launch Likely to Lead to Quick U.N. Sanctions, Discussions on THAAD"

  • Event: CNA National Security Seminar – February 5, 2016

    CNA is hosting a seminar to explore the national security implications of the recent international agreement on climate change mitigation reached in Paris in December 2015. The panelists include CNA Military Advisory Board Members General Ronald Keys, USAF (Ret.) and Rear Admiral David Titley, USN, (Ret.); Frank Femia, co-founder of the Center for Climate and Security; and Paul Bodnar, Senior Director for Energy and Climate Change, National Security Council, The White House. Attendance is by invitation only.

  • Event: Major Cities Chiefs Meeting – February 5, 2016

    CNA’s Zoë Thorkildsen and James "CHIPS" Stewart are presenting findings from an Office of Community Oriented Policing Services-funded study on ambushes of police officers at the Major Cities Chiefs meeting

  • CNA in the News: February 4, 2016

    Center for American Progress posts an advisory about the upcoming panel discussion, "Will Climate Change Break the Global Food System?", on Food Chain Reaction, a global food security game designed by CNA

  • CNA in the News: February 4, 2016

    Criminal Justice News posts about Smart Policing Initiative's video recording of the December 14th webinar, "Criminology 102: Busted Myths in Criminology"

  • CNA in the News: February 4, 2016

    The Crime Report mentions CNA in "COPS "Collaborative" Police Reviews Seen as Effective on Community Trust"

  • CNA in the News: February 3, 2016

    The Christian Science Monitor mentions CNA in "San Francisco Lesson: To Help Police Departments, Less Could Be More" (also carried by Yahoo! News)

  • CNA in the News: February 3, 2016

    U.S. Naval Institute Blog mentions CNA’s Center for Naval Analyses in "UCLASS – a Choice of Prudence"