With a new president in Seoul and quickly changing conditions in the region, South Korea faces uncertainty over the roles it might play in Asia. This webinar will examine the strategies and policies available to South Korea. [Virtual]
This online symposium brings together an internationally recognized panel of experts to discuss the promises and pitfalls for Latin American countries of China dominating the development of a globally integrated power grid. [Virtual]
This online symposium brings together an internationally recognized panel of experts to discuss the inherent dangers of coal powered energy, the challenges to transitioning to renewable energy and the steps that Pakistan and Indonesia must make to overcome such challenges. [Virtual]
RAND welcomes Rep. Brad Wenstrup from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence for a conversation with experts on biological threats and weapons, with opening remarks from RAND CEO Jason Matheny and Ranking Member of the Committee, Rep. Mike Turner. [Washington, D.C. and Virtual]
This year's U.S.-Japan alliance series will focus on the U.S. - Japan Alliance in an Era of Strategic Competition. The first event will focus on the impact of the war in Ukraine on the Indo-Pacific. [Virtual]
The Behavioral Finance Forum will be held August 22–23, 2022 and will bring together leaders from academia, government, regulatory agencies, policy analysis, and industry to share the latest research on how to leverage behavioral principles to promote financial well-being. [Virtual]
The RAND Corporation hosts a virtual event to discuss the findings from the Commission on Combatting Synthetic Opioid Trafficking and recommendations to reduce lives lost to illicit synthetic opioids. [Virtual]
Under a new state law, by 2025 California must reduce its organic waste by 75 percent and recover at least 20 percent of edible food that would otherwise have been disposed of. How prepared is Los Angeles County for this new mandate? Join us for a presentation of the key findings from a RAND study, followed by a discussion and Q&A with experts in food recovery. [Virtual]
Energy is considered a lifeline service, essential to human health, safety, and economic security. This webinar will define and discuss resilience in the context of energy systems, and will explore policy, governance, and technical solutions and barriers to building more resilient energy systems.
As climate change is leading to increases in the number and severity of disasters, the nation’s emergency managers increasingly rely on climate science to inform their plans, decisions, and actions. A growing body of information is available to support climate-related decisions, and many public officials question how to access and apply this information.
In this RAND Remote conversation, RAND experts Jason Ward, Rick Garvey, and Sarah Hunter will discuss their new report based on survey data collected from unhoused people in three Los Angeles neighborhoods. [Virtual]
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is about to release a study and issue recommendations for future investments in VA health care facilities. Ahead of this release, the RAND Epstein Family Veterans Policy Research Institute is hosting a webinar featuring a discussion with Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis R. McDonough. [Virtual]
RAND researchers will share new data from a national teacher survey administered in spring 2021 about the extent to which public school teachers report addressing anti-bias education in their K–12 classrooms and what that looks like. [Virtual]
Law and Business Professor Adrienne Davis will share thoughts and lessons learned from her experience leading diversity initiatives over the last decade at Washington University in St. Louis. Malcolm Williams, Pardee RAND’s Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, will introduce the event and moderate the discussion with Dean and Vice President Nancy Staudt.
RAND Corporation and EdReports will share new data from a national teacher survey administered in spring 2021 about what instructional materials teachers are using and the factors that may be leading to increases in use of standards-aligned instructional materials across the United States. [Virtual]
This event will explore how Tokyo and Washington perceive the threat Beijing poses to Taipei, how they are considering responding, and the policy options they face for deterring a Chinese use of force. [Virtual]
The global refugee crisis is one of the world’s most pressing and persistent policy problems, and the need to promote durable solutions for refugees, particularly safe and dignified return, has become ever more urgent. In this panel discussion speakers will share perspectives on the factors that influence refugee return. [Virtual]
The RAND Corporation Center for Asia and Pacific Policy is organizing a public webinar that will take place on October 6 to convene a multidisciplinary group of opinion leaders, practitioners, and academics to engage in a high-level discussion. [Virtual]
The RAND Epstein Family Veterans Policy Research Institute will host its inaugural webinar on September 30. How much do Americans value veterans’ service to the country? After 20 years of war, what kind of benefits do veterans deserve? With the end of the war in Afghanistan, these questions are more relevant than ever. [Virtual]