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ENRP News Archive

Check out our past and current news items below:

Combined BA/MA Program Enters Its Second Year

November 13, 2015

The Environmental Resource Policy Program (ENRP) is continuing its partnership with the Environmental Studies program to offer a combined BA/MA for GW undergraduate students.

Class of 2017 arrives this semester, taught by Dr. Henry Teng

November 12, 2015

The Class of 2017 began its first semester this fall, pictured here in the first environmental science course in the curriculum.

ENRP Students Explore the Mountains

October 25, 2015

A few students in the ENRP Program took a day trip to Old Rag Mountain, enjoying one of the many benefits of living in the D.C. area.

Peter Linquiti publishes new book "The Public Sector R&D Enterprise"

September 17, 2015

Palgrave Macmillan recently published Dr. Peter Linquiti's book The Public Sector R&D Enterprise: A New Approach to Portfolio Valuation. This book chronicles Linquiti's research on the federal government's methods of research and development and portfolio valuation. The book begins with an explanation of how government R&D programs operate with a system allowing R&D investments to be monetarily valued before they are made. This explanation allows the book's contents to be accessible to students and experts alike. Linquiti then goes on to prove the potential for a new valuation methodology that could estimate the risks and returns of future R&D investments.

ENRP's Spring 2015 Newsletter

March 09, 2015


Arun Malik Studying Impact of Environmental Regulations on U.S. Production Plants

March 04, 2015

Arun Malik, in GW’s Department of Economics, and Aaron Elrod of Sewanee (a GWU alum) are examining the effects of environmental regulations on the mix of products produced by plants in the U.S. pulp, paper, and paperboard industries. They find evidence that more stringent environmental regulations induce plants to drop “dirty” (or pollution-intensive) products and add “clean” products to their product mix.

Spring 2015 Capstone Projects

February 21, 2015

The ENRP Program has a short video describing the three spring 2015 capstone projects. Click here to watch the video.