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#2017APPAM Daily: Saturday
What a great week in Chicago! We thank you all for your participation and engagement during #2017APPAM, bringing your knowledge, insights, and enthusiasm for using data and measurement to make better decisions.

Special thank you to the Program Committee, especially the policy area chairs, for your hard work building the conference program.
What do you want to see in future conferences?
Please watch for the conference survey. Your thoughts help us plan topics, events and special features for future APPAM conferences. Thank you in advance!
Lauren Jones, Raymond Vernon Memorial Award
Mallory Flowers, PhD Dissertation Award
IMPAQ On Site:
Carolyn Heinrich, APPAM President, & David Johnson, APPAM President-Elect
John Martinez, MDRC Director of Program Development
Sherry Glied, New York University’s Dean of the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
Cynthia Osborn, University of Texas Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
Special thanks:
Thank you to the IMPAQ International team for producing this interview series about "Better Data for Better Decisions." See all of IMPAQ's #2017APPAM presentations.
Social media:
Today's Featured Tweets. Use and follow #2017APPAM !
Maria Cole is Saturday's winner of the Exhibitor Hall Passport drawing! Thank you all for participating.
Around #2017APPAM:
Featured Photos from the Week in Chicago
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Congratulations Today's Poster Winners!

Is Socioeconomic Status a Barrier to Nonresidential Father’s Involvement with Their Children? Evidence from Survey and Administrative Data

Angela Maria Guarin Aristizabal, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Real-World Challenges to Randomization and Their Solutions

Kenya Heard, J-PAL North America, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ready for Kindergarten? School Readiness Measurement and Outcomes

Kirby A. Chow, SRI International
Join Us Next Year!
Mark your calendars for the 2018 Fall Research Conference at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC, November 8 - 10.