The Payne Institute for Public Policy

Founding Year: 1874



Morgan D. Bazilian (Director)

It serves as a nexus for high-quality, data-driven, solutions-oriented research and dialogue needed to inform energy and environmental policy at this critical moment. It’s faculty and student body has deep roots in mining and petroleum engineering, and has “programs and longstanding relationships spanning renewable energy, water purification, civil and environmental engineering, materials science and other areas.”




The Payne Institute for Public Policy contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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