School of Economic, Political & Policy Sciences

Study: Recent Homicide Spikes Don't Tell Whole Story

Criminologists from the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences found that the recent increases in homicide rates follow predictable fluctuations over the past 55 years. read more...

Study Examines Latino Graduation Rates at UTD

According to recent data from the Education Trust, UT Dallas lags behind similar schools on Latino enrollment and especially Latino graduation rates. Alex R. Piquero, Ashbel Smith Professor of Criminology and associate dean for graduate programs in EPPS, says this information is puzzling because the university is among the most ethnically diverse in the country. In this commentary for the Dallas Morning News. Dr. Piquero digs into the data. read more...

IPE Student Wins Prestigious Scholarship

Vladyslav Wallace, a double major in global business and international political economy, will study at Emlyon Business College in France this spring. read more...

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