Mary tells us about her experience in the Executive MPA program and her deployment of a program that provided reimbursements to increase the use of IUD contraceptives in numerous hospitals around New York.
Associate Professor, Ryan A. Smith discusses the challenges of workplace diversity and his fascinating research projects (including an ongoing analysis of death row inmates’ last statements), among other topics.
Chris talks about his experience in NASPAA‘s recent climate change simulation, his trip to Belgium to participate in the Intensive Programme in Public and Private Debt, and where he hopes an MPA takes him.
In our first practitioner spotlight, Ben Branham describes how his career ties in with co-teaching in the Executive MPA program, discusses working with Dean Birdsell, and recalls memorable efforts by their students.
Jack tells us about the Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management, this year’s Public Affairs Week, and the inner workings of his role in the United Services Group which coordinated various social service organizations in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.
Juan Carlos tells us about his experience with the Puerto Rican Association for Human Development, what the Washington Semester program means to him, the excitement of fundraising, and his favorite classes at the School of Public Affairs.