Spring Public Administration and Policy Research Seminar Series Announced
The Department of Public Administration & Policy's seminar series showcases recent research from faculty, doctoral students, and guest scholars. All seminars are held on Thursdays from noon to 1:00 p.m. in Ward 305. Feel free to bring a bag lunch.January 17th
The Impact of Payout Policy on Institutional Philanthropy: Fulfilling the Public Good Amidst Professionalization?Mandi Janis, PhD Student, DPAP
January 31stSchool Size and Student Achievement: Does One Size Fit All?
Laura Crispin, Assistant Professor of Economics, St. Joseph’s UniversityFebruary 7th
Egypt’s National Initiative to End Female Genital Mutilation: A Policy Assessment of an Anti-FGM Media Campaign’s Impact on Behavioral Intent, Attitude & BeliefYusra Shawar, PhD Student, DPAP
February 21stThe Politics of Governing Hydraulic Fracturing
Odelia Funke, Executive in Residence, DPAP
Tara Beteille, World BankMarch 7th
Title TBAEd Stazyk, Assistant Professor, DPAP
March 28thTitle TBA
Tina Nabatchi, Assistant Professor of Public Administration, Syracuse University
Tim Diette, Assistant Professor of Economics, Washington & Lee University
Melissa Kearney, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Maryland
Contact: Please contact Seth Gershenson at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.