Wilder School divisions offer pofessional development, leadership training, research and policy analysis.
The Center for Public Policy at the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs provides consulting services to clients both within and outside Virginia Commonwealth University.
Our divisions provide services including professional development and leadership training, survey design and implementation, economic research, and education and homeland security policy analysis. View our 2015 Center for Public Policy annual report for a look at our work.
CURA provides economic research, policy analysis, statistical modeling and economic impact studies for business and government clients. For more information, contact John Accordino, Ph.D., at (804) 827-0525 or email@example.com.Read more Read more
GEHLI develops current and emerging leaders in public, private and nonprofit organizations, academic institutions and communities. For more information, contact Nakeina E. Douglas-Glenn, Ph.D., at (804) 827-1169 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more Read more
The Office for Public Policy Outreach connects VCU policy-relevant research with the state legislature as well as clients in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. For more information, contact Robyn McDougle, Ph.D., at (804) 828-2759 or email@example.com.Read more Read more
PMG works with government and nonprofit agencies to organize training programs, conferences, colloquia, seminars, technical consultations, survey research, data management and analysis. For more information, contact (804) 828-8845 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more Read more
SERL conducts surveys and provides high-quality research and evaluation support for governmental units, public and private nonprofit agencies, the mass media and VCU’s faculty and administration. For more information, contact (804) 827-4226 or email@example.com.Read more Read more
SCI addresses social, physical, environmental and economic issues of sustainability through planning, research and community engagement. The institute provides community assistance in the form of land-use concepts and plans, as well as education through publicly accessible reports and presentations. For more information, contact institute director Meghan Gough, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more