- Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
name = Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
established = 1970
type = Public
endowment = $116.4 millionFact|date=February 2007
faculty = 68
dean = James B. Steinberg
students = 312
postgrad = 284
doctoral = 28
alumni = 2600+
city = Austin
campus = The University of Texas
website = [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/ www.utexas.edu/lbj]
coor = 30.2857,-97.7286The
Lyndon B. JohnsonSchool of Public Affairs' mission is to develop leaders and ideas that will help the nation and the international community address critical public policy challenges in an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world. Drawing upon a world-renown, multidisciplinary faculty, a diverse and talented group of masters and Ph.D. students and the resources of the University of Texas at Austin, one of the world's leading research universities, the LBJ School is well-placed to help shape public policy for the 21st century. [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/welcome.php|publisher]
1965, University of Texas Board of Regents proposed to PresidentLyndon Johnson and Mrs. Johnson that the university build two different but complementary facilities. One would be a presidential libraryfor Johnson's papers, the other a school of public affairs. Agreement between the President and the Board of Regents was reached in August 1965.
Five years later—in September
1970—the Lyndon B. JohnsonSchool of Public Affairs began classes, although its building—and the adjacent LBJ Library building—would not be completed until the following spring. PresidentJohnson, who had left office in 1969, chose not to be part of the new School's faculty or administration, but he interacted with early students through occasional visits to campus and through informal gatherings at his ranch in Johnson City. The development of the LBJ School's academic program was left in the hands of a visionary group of administrators and faculty headed by John Gronouski, a former Johnson Cabinet member.
The LBJ School originally offered only a two-year [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mpaff_main2.php Master of Public Affairs (M.P.Aff.)] program, adding a mid-career [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/midcareer.php M.P.Aff.] program and dual degree master's programs in
lawand engineeringduring the 1970s. Over the next three decades, eleven additional dual degree programs were established, offering students an increasingly wider range of study options. A [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/phd.php Ph.D. in Public Policy] was also introduced in 1992, and a [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php Master of Global Policy Studies (MGPS) degree] was added for the fall 2008semester. [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/about/history.php|publisher]
The LBJ School offers three degree programs: [ [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/prospective/ LBJ School - Prospective Students ] ]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mpaff_main2.php Master of Public Affairs (M.P.Aff)]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php Master of Global Policy Studies (MGPS)]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/phd.php Ph.D. in Public Policy]
[http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mpaff_main2.php Master of Public Affairs (M.P.Aff)]
The LBJ School offers a [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mpaff_main2.php Master of Public Affairs] program in public policy analysis and administration that prepares graduates to assume leadership positions in government, business, and nonprofit organizations. In addition, thirteen masters level dual degree programs blend public affairs study with specialized professions or area studies and are structured so that students can earn the [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mpaff_main2.php Master of Public Affairs] degree and a second degree in less time than it would take to earn them separately.
The program is organized so that formal coursework in theory and skills is reinforced by opportunities for practical application. For students who enter without substantial public service or administrative work experience, a required internship between the first and second years provides direct contact with the operating realities of
government, non-profits, and advocacyorganizations. Students may follow a general program of study or may specialize in one of seven policy areas. The regular program requires a total of 48 semester hours of credit. [ [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mpaff_main2.php/ LBJ School - Degree Programs - Master of Global Policy Studies ] ]
In both the full-time and part-time regular program options, students may choose to specialize in any of seven policy areas:
*Social and Economic Policy
Technology, Innovation, and InformationPolicy
Public Managementand Leadership
*Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies
Natural Resourcesand the EnvironmentEach specialization requires 15 credit hours of approved coursework, including a 3-hour professional Report in the second year.
All students enrolled either full-time or part-time in the regular program must complete the following requirements:
27 hours of common and flexible core courses:
*3 hours - Public Financial Management
*3 hours - Applied
Microeconomicsfor Policy Analysis
*3 hours - Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
*3 hours - Advanced Empirical Methods
*3 hours -
*3 hours - Advanced
*3 hours - Advanced Policy
*6 hours - Policy Research Project
21 hours of electives, selected from among the following:
*Advanced Topics in Public Policy
*Advanced Topics in
*Approved elective courses in other UT Austin departments
*Professional Report (Students pursuing a general program of study may take the 3-hour Professional Report course as an elective; students pursuing a specialization or dual degree are required to take the full course)
*0-3 hours Internship (The Internship requirement can be waived if a student can provide documentation of comparable professional experience. The Internship can be taken either on a noncredit basis or for 3 hours credit as an elective.)
"Dual Degree Programs"
The LBJ School has joined with several other departments to create dual degree programs. All of these programs are structured so that students can earn the [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mpaff_main2.php Master of Public Affairs] degree and a second degree in less time than it would take to earn them separately. [ [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/dual.php LBJ School - Degree Programs - Dual Degree Programs ] ] The LBJ School has developed the following dual degree programs with other University of Texas departments and schools:
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/asia.php Asian Studies]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/business.php Business Administration]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/communication.php Communication Studies]
*Community and Regional Planning
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_energy_earth.php Energy and Earth Resources]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/engineering.php Engineering]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/las.php Latin American Studies]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/law.php Law]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/middleeast.php Middle Eastern Studies]
Radio, Television& Film
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/creees.php Russian, Eastern European & Eurasian Studies]
[http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php Master of Global Policy Studies (MGPS)]
The [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php Master of Global Policy Studies (MGPS) degree] is a path-breaking program designed to equip professionals with the tools and knowledge necessary to be leaders in an increasingly interdependent world. The [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php MGPS degree] goes beyond traditional international affairs programs to offer a multidisciplinary approach to the complex economic, political, technological, and social issues of the 21st century. Graduates will become leaders in government, business, and international organizations by acquiring core professional skills and expertise tailored to the contemporary global environment. [ [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php LBJ School - Degree Programs - Master of Global Policy Studies ] ]
The [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php MGPS degree] program builds on a [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/courses/mgps/core/ core curriculum] which includes:
*Policy making in a global age
*The Nature of the International System
*Analytical Methods for Global Policy Studies
*Microeconomics for Global Policy Studies
*Policy research Projects [ [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/courses/mgps/core/ LBJ School - Degree Programs - MGPS Core Courses ] ]
Students in the [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php MGPS] program [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_specializations.php specialize in one of six areas] to add in-depth knowledge and skills tailored to different substantive areas of global policy practice:
*Security, Law, and Diplomacy
*International Trade and Finance
*Global Governance and International Law
*Energy, Environment, and Technology
*Regional International Policy [ [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_specializations.php LBJ School - Degree Programs - Specializations ] ]
Alternatively, students may also custom design their academic program within the core philosophy and skills embedded in the [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php MGPS degree] . All [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php MGPS] students have the opportunity to take traditional professional school courses as electives. The LBJ School is currently pursuing dual degree opportunities for [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/mgps_main.php MGPS] students with a variety of departments across the UT campus, including the John A. and Katherine G. Jackson School of Geoscience, the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies (LLILAS), and the School of Law.
[http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/phd.php Ph.D. in Public Policy]
The [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/phd.php Ph.D. in Public Policy] at the LBJ School is a research-oriented doctorate that emphasizes the use of interdisciplinary theoretical and research paradigms in analyzing public policies. Each Ph.D. student follows a program of coursework tailored to his or her individual needs and aims. Students are expected to participate full time in the program for at least the first two years. During that time they take courses in the LBJ School Ph.D. core sequence and in their area of specialization and complete qualifying exams. After successfully completing these requirements, students form supervising committees for their Ph.D. dissertations and devote the remainder of their time in the program to conducting research and writing the dissertation. [ [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/degreeprograms/phd.php LBJ School - Degree Programs - Ph.D. in Public Policy ] ]
The LBJ School prides itself on the quality of research that is produced by it faculty. Most faculty members are associated with one or more of the research center LBJ hosts, each of which was given its charge on the request of Lyndon Johnson when the school was founded more than thirty years ago.
* [http://www.robertstrausscenter.org/ Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and the Law] - The Robert S. Strauss Center was founded in 2007 and is jointly hosted by the
University of Texas at Austin, The LBJ School of Public Affairs, the University of Texas School of Law, and The College of Liberal Arts. The Center is directed James M. Lindsayand focuses on foreign affairs.
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/cpg Center for Politics and Governance] - The Center for Politics and Governance was founded in 2007 and is solely hosted by the LBJ School. [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/cpg/about/faculty_staff.php Veronica Vargas Stidvent] is the director of the center.
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/research/chasp/ Center for Health and Social Policy] - The Center for Health and Social Policy has been a staple at the LBJ School for years. The center does not have a director, but is rather governed by an executive committee of its contributing Professors.
* [http://www.jsg.utexas.edu/cieep/ Center for International Energy and Environmental Policy] - The Center for International Energy and Environmental Policy is jointly housed in the LBJ School and the
Jackson School of Geosciences. [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/faculty/charles-groat/ Chip Groat] is the director of CIEEP (pronounced "seep") and also the Interim Dean of the Jackson School.
* [http://www.utexas.edu/research/cshr/ Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources] - The
Ray MarshallCenter was founded in 1999 and focuses its attention on human resources issues such as employment training, education, child care and welfarereform. The center is directed by Dr. Christopher T. King.
* [http://rgkcenter.utexas.edu/ RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service] - The RGK Center focuses its research on philanthropy, volunteerism, community service, and nonprofit organizations. The center is directed by [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/faculty/peter-frumkin/ Peter J. Frumkin.]
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/research/leadership/ Center for Ethical Leadership] - The Center for Ethical Leadership's mission is to provide research and service to the community in the area of leadership. [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/faculty/howard-prince/ Howard Prince] is the director.
Notable Faculty Members
The LBJ School hosts a number of noteworthy faculty members on both a permanent and visiting basis:
*James B. Steinberg, Dean, former
Deputy National Security Advisor(1997-2001)
James K. Galbraith, Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and Professor of Government; Executive Director of the Joint Economic Committee of the United States Congress(1981-1982)
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/faculty/edwin-dorn/ Edwin Dorn] , Professor of Public Affairs;
Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness(1994-1997); Assistant Secretary of Defense (1993-1994);
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/faculty/charles-groat/ Charles Groat] , John A. and Katherine G. Jackson Chair in Energy and Mineral Resources and interim Dean of the
Jackson School of Geosciences; Professor of Geological Sciences and Public Affairs; and former Director of the US Geological Survey (1998-2005)
*Admiral Bobby R. Inman, USN (Ret.), Chairman of the
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas(1987-1990); Director of the National Security Agency(1976-1981); Deputy Director of Central Intelligence(1981-1982)
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/faculty/jeanne-lambrew/ Jeanne Lambrew] , Associate Professor of Public Affairs; Associate Director for Health, Personnel, and Veterans,
Office of Management and Budget(2000-2001); Senior Health Policy Analyst, National Economic Council, The White House(1997-2000)
*Laurence E. Lynne, Jr., Research Professor; Assistant Secretary for Program Development and Budget, U. S. Department of the Interior (1973-1974); Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, (1971-1973); Assistant for Programs to the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, National Security Council, (1969-1970); Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic and Resource Analysis, U.S. Department of Defense, (1968-1969)
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/faculty/benjamin-sasse/ Benjamin Sasse] , Assistant Professor of Public Affairs; Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services for Planning and Evaluation (2007-present)
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/faculty/paul-stekler/ Paul Stekler] , Professor of Public Affairs;
Emmy Awardwinning documentary film maker
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/cpg/about/faculty_staff.php Veronica Vargas Stidvent] , Director of the Center for Politics and Governance; Assistant Secretary for Policy, U.S. Department of Labor (2004-2006);
Special Assistant to the Presidentfor Policy, Office of Chief of Staff, The White House(2003-2004); Special Assistant to the Administrator, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget(2001-2003)
These are the school's alumni chapters: [www.utexas.edu/lbj/alumni/association.php]
* Austin Alumni Chapter
* Washington, D.C., Alumni Chapter (WALSAC)
Commencement speakers 1972-2008
1972- Allen E. Pritchard, Jr., incoming Vice President, National League of Cities
1973- J. J. "Jake" Pickle, U.S. Congressman from Texas; member of the House Ways and Means Committee.
1974- Richard W. Bolling, U.S. Congressman from Missouri; Chairman of the House Rules Committee.
1975- Renell Parkins, Professor of Architecture and Planning, UT Austin
1976- Alice M. Rivlin, Director, Congressional Budget Office.
1977- Kenneth E. Boulding, Distinguished Professor of Economics, University of Colorado at Boulder; 1976-77 Distinguished Visiting Tom SlickProfessor of World Peace, LBJ School
1978- James C. Wright, Jr., U.S. Congressman from Texaswho served as House Majority Leaderfrom 1976- 1987and later as Speaker of the House from 1987- 1989.
1979- Barbara Jordan, former U.S. Congresswoman from Texas.
1980- Joseph A. Califano, Jr., former U.S. Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Carter Administration; former Special Assistant to President Lyndon Johnson.
1981- Walter E. Mondale, former Vice President of the United States.
1982- Robert S. Strauss, former Special U.S. Representative for Trade Negotiations; former Chairman, Democratic National Committee.
1983- Henry Cisneros, Mayor of San Antonio.
1984- G. Alexander Heard, Chancellor Emeritus and Professor of Political Science, Vanderbilt University; Chairman of the Board, Ford Foundation.
1985- Bill Moyers, editor, correspondent, and news analyst, CBS News; former Special Assistant to the President and Press Secretary to President Lyndon Johnson.
1986- Gary Hart, U.S. Senator from Colorado
1987- James C. Wright, Jr., U.S. Congressman from Texaswho served as House Majority Leaderfrom 1976- 1987and later as Speaker of the House from 1987- 1989.
1988- Yvonne B. Burke, Director, Los Angeles Branch, Federal Reserve Bank; former U.S. Congresswoman from California.
1989- Chase Untermeyer, White House Presidential Personnel Director, George H. W. BushAdministration
1990- Corrado Pirzio-Biroli, Deputy Head of the European Community Delegation, Washington, D.C.
1991- Ann Richards, Governor of Texas.
1992- William F. Winter, former Governor of Mississippi.
1993- Richard Lamm, former Governor of Colorado.
1994- William Greider, author and journalist.
1995- Ellen Malcolm, Founder and President of EMILY's List.
1996- Ann Richards, former Governor of Texas.
1997- Jack Rosenthal, Editor, the New York Times Magazine.
1998- Paul Begala, Staff Adviser to President Bill Clinton.
1999- Kenneth S. Apfel, U.S. Commissioner of Social Security; LBJ School Class of 1978.
2000- Judith A. Winston, Under Secretary and General Counsel, U.S. Department of Education; former Director, President Clinton's initiative on race.
2001- James Carville, political strategist/consultant.
2002- George H.W. Bush, 41st President of the United States.
2003- Gwen Ifill, Moderator and Managing Editor of PBS' Washington Week.
2004- Liz Carpenter, former Press Secretaryfor Lady Bird Johnson.
2005- Don Evans, 34th Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
2006- William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton, 42nd President of the United States.
2007- Bob Schieffer, Chief Washington Correspondent for CBS Newsand Host of Face the Nation. [ [http://uc.princeton.edu/main/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1876 UChannel - * 2007- LBJ School Commencement Address ] ]
2008- Vernon E. Jordan Jr., esteemed lawyer, civil rights leader, and advisor to President Bill Clinton. [ [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/news/fall2007/jordan.php LBJ School - News & Publications - Vernon Jordan to Deliver Spring Convocation Address ] ]
The LBJ School is currently ranked 14th [ [http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/grad/pad/search Search - Public Affairs - Best Graduate Schools - Education - US News and World Report ] ] by "
U.S. News & World Report" in its March 2008 rankings of public affairs schools, down from 9th in 2004, 7th in 2002 and 5th in 1998.cite web|year= 2004|url=http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/about/facts.php|title=Fast Facts About the LBJ School|publisher=Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs|accessdate=2006-05-24] cite web|year= 2002|url=http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/anniversary/turning_thirty.pdf|title=Turning Thirty: Curriculum Changes Over the Past Three Decades of the LBJ School MPAff Program|publisher=Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs|format=PDF|accessdate=2006-05-24] cite web|date= March 18, 1999|url=http://www.utexas.edu/opa/pubs/discovery/disc1998v15n2/disc_lbj.html|title=LBJ School of Public Affairs|publisher=UT-Austin Office of Public Affairs|accessdate=2006-05-24]
Kenneth S. Apfel, M.P.Aff., 1978 - Commissioner of the Social Security Administrationfrom 1997 until his term ended in January 2001.
*John Bartle, M.P.Aff., 1983 – Director, School of Public Administration at the
University of Nebraska at Omaha.
*Diane Begala, M.P.Aff., 1984 – Director of the
National Cable Television Associationand wife of Paul Begala.
*Sheila Beckett, M.P.Aff., 1977 – Resident Budget Advisor to the Republic of
Serbia, US Department of Treasury.
*Blaine Bull, M.P.Aff., 1982 – Founding partner of the communications firms Vianovo and Public Strategies; former Legislative Director for US Senator
*Crawford Bunkley, M.P.Aff., 1978 – Senior Public Affairs Representative,
*John Campbell, M.P.Aff., 1983 – Executive Director of
The Interacademy Council.
*Tim Delaney, M.P.Aff., 1983 – Assistant Attorney General for the State of
Rodney Ellis, M.P.Aff., 1977 - Texas State Senator.
*Ed Emmett, M.P.Aff., 1974 –
Harris County, TexasJudge; Founder of The Emmett Company; former Texas State Representative (1979-1987).
*Luis Espino, M.P.Aff., 2003 - Presidential Speechwriter (2007-Present).
*Gabriel Fidel, M.P.Aff., 1993 - Tourism Secretary, Mendoza Province,
*Bob Farley, M.P.Aff., 1977 – President of Economic Development for Angelou Economics.
*Sam Faubian, M.P.Aff., 1976 – Director of Council Relations at the
National Endowment for the Arts.
*Rafael Fernandez de Castro, M.P.Aff., 1986 – Special Advisor for Policy and Immigration to Mexican President
Felipe Calderón; founder of the Department of International Studies at the Instituto Technologico Autonomo de Mexico(ITAM).
*Jorge Garces, M.P.Aff., 1977 – Managing Director and CEO of the
North American Development Bank.
*Andrew Gilmour, M.P.Aff., 1989 – U.S. NADREP, US Mission to
*Leo Gomez, M.P.Aff., 1989 – Vice President of Public Affairs for the NBA’s
San Antonio Spurs.
*Jan Hart-Black, M.P.Aff., 1975 – President of the
Dallas, TexasChamber of Commerce.
Andrea Kane, M.P.Aff., 1985 - Special Assistant for Domestic Policy to President Clinton.
*Richard Kinscherff, M.P.Aff., 1985 – Vice President of Finance for The
*Preston Lee, M.P.Aff., 1985 – Director of Industry Relations, Corporate Relations, and Housing Outreach for
*Kim Lemon, M.P.Aff., 1985 – Senior Vice President for Research & Trade Marketing at the
*Kenneth Leoncyzk, M.P.Aff., 1977 – Senior Vice President, Public Finance for
Bank of America.
*Brewster McCracken, M.P.Aff., Dual Degree with UT Law, 1995 –
Austin, TexasCity Council Member.
*Nan McRaven, M.P.Aff., 1976 – Texas State Director for
The Trust for Public Land.
David Nielsen, M.P.Aff., 1990 - Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
*John Opperman, PhD., M.P.Aff, 1982 – Vice President for Policy and Planning,
Texas Tech University.
Bill Owens, M.P.Aff., 1975 – Former Governor of Colorado.
*Steve Palmer, M.P.Aff., 1980 – Vice President of
Van Scoyoc Associates, Inc.; former Assistant Secretary for Governmental Affairs at the US Department of Transportation.
Hector Robles Peiro, PhD, Ph.D., 2006 - Councilmen of the municipality of Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico; for the period beginning on the 1st of January 2007 until his term ends in January 2010.
*Susan Rieff, M.P.Aff., 1980 – Executive Director of the
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.
*Javier Rodriguez, M.P.Aff., 1985 – US District Judge, Western District of Texas.
*Austin Smythe, M.P.Aff., 1980 – Executive Associate Director,
Office of Management and Budget, the White House.
*James Taylor, M.P.Aff., 1988 – Partner of Vianovo communications firm, founding director of Public Strategies, former Special Assistant to US Senator
*Margo Weisz, M.P.Aff., 1994 - Executive Director of the PeopleFund.
* [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/ LBJ School of Public Affairs]
* [http://www.lbjlivewire.com/ LBJ Livewire] - unofficial student community website
* [http://www.lbjalumni.org LBJ School Austin Alumni Association]
* [http://www.greatsocietyfund.org Great Society Fund (GSF)] - social entrepreneurship fund for LBJ students and alumni
* [http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/2831/3D64BC518356/ LBJ Alumni Group on Linkedin] - professional network with over 700 members (unofficial)
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