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Meet our new Advisory Board Member: Congressman Tom Davis

Meet our new Advisory Board Member: Congressman Tom Davis The Center for Effective Lawmaking is excited to welcome Congressman Tom Davis to our Board of Advisors. Davis served seven terms in the United States House of Representatives from 1995-2008. He served as chairman of both the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, where he led a number of high-profile investigations, and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC). When he joined Congress, he was the first freshman representative in 50 years to hold a subcommittee chairmanship, taking the gavel of the…

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Meet our Graduate Affiliates: Patrick Buhr and Emily Cottle Ommundsen

Meet our Graduate Affiliates: Patrick Buhr and Emily Cottle Ommundsen The Center For Effective Lawmaking is excited to introduce Patrick Buhr and Emily Cottle Ommundsen as two of our newest Graduate Affiliates.   Buhr is a doctoral student at Vanderbilt University studying the U.S. Congress and federal bureaucracy. He is also a teaching assistant for classes that discuss the legislative process and public administration, and seek to educate young Americans on the inner workings of the government and to engage them with current political processes. Buhr earned his undergraduate degree from the University of…

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Meet our Faculty Affiliate: Leah Rosenstiel

Meet our Faculty Affiliate: Leah Rosenstiel Members of the Center for Effective Lawmaking are excited to introduce one of our newest Faculty Affiliates,  Leah Rosenstiel. She is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Vanderbilt University. Previously,  she worked as a research assistant on K-12 education policy at the Congressional Research Service.Professor Rosenstiel's teaching and research are primarily centered around American political institutions, seeking to understand how the structures of political institutions shape outcomes. Specifically, she concentrates on the disconnect between public policy goals and their effective implementation. Through her courses, she…

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2022-2023 Small Grant Awards Announced

2022-2023 Small Grant Awards Announced It is with great pleasure that we announce the Center for Effective Lawmaking’s 5th annual small grant awards and recipients. These grants are awarded each year to scholars and researchers who have consistently produced impressive contributions in their areas of study. With the allocation of these small grants, the Center seeks to support and promote the next generation of CEL research in hopes of expanding the overall knowledge associated with legislative effectiveness. Previous grant recipients have made remarkable strides in furthering this mission and we…

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