The College of Arts and Sciences has a busy schedule of events coming up between now and the end of the semester. Coming up this Monday and Tuesday is this year’s CAS Colloquium titled, “Thinking About the Book,” with a wide variety of lectures and events by SIUE faculty will look at the role of [...]
Category: Public Admin & Policy
SIUE alumna Danielle May graduated in December with a Master of Public Administration, secured a job on another continent and couldn’t be happier about the work she is doing.
SIUE alumna Danielle May
May recently became the Africa Program Director for Give Us Wings, a program that works to “eradicate poverty through education, healthcare and clean water [...]
Julie Pietroburgo of the SIUE department of Public Administration and Policy Analysis prepares for her semester long stay in the Czech Republic. This trip is funded by a Fulbright award earned by Pietroburgo last April.
During her semester away Pietroburgo will be teaching a small handful of the over forty thousand students at Masaryk University in [...]
SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences Departments of Public Administration – Policy Analysis (PAPA) and Economics recently put the final touches on a cost benefit analysis that will hopefully increase employment opportunities, recreational opportunities, and decrease emissions in the region, according to T. R. Carr, professor of PAPA.
T.R. Carr, professor of public administration and policy [...]
This weekend, the Department of Public Administration and Policy Analysis (PAPA) will conduct a weekend course that is sure to tackle controversial topics. The course is PAPA499/599-901 Public Security and Emergency Preparedness and is directed at upper level undergraduate and graduate students. Morris Taylor, associate professor of PAPA, will facilitate the course.
Friday evening, the course [...]