Regulatory expert John Graham to be a Lamb Fellow Practitioner

graham_johnDr. John Graham, Administrator at the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget from 2001-2006, will be the 2015-16 George C. Lamb, Jr. Regulatory Fellow Practitioner at the Kenan Institute for Ethics. Throughout the year, he will come to campus to work closely with the Rethinking Regulation program’s faculty and student networks to share his experiences as a regulator.

Since 2008, Graham has been the dean of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in politics and economics at Wake Forest University, his Master of Arts in public policy at Duke University, and his PhD at Carnegie-Mellon. Graham gave a talk on December 11, on “The Future of Shale Gas Development: The Role of Regulation, and will be speaking on “Executive Action on the Home Front: Domestic Policy in the Obama and Bush Administrations” on March 1. He will also participate in a workshop with Lamb Regulatory Fellow Andrea Renda later this spring.