By: Rachael Andrews In her recent article for the Disability and Health Journal, Dr. Emily Zier (PhD, ‘19) investigates the inconsistencies between federal and state policies concerning service animals in
The Department of Public Administration and Policy is a world leader in preparing students for managerial and policy analyst careers in public service and in nonprofit organizations, as well as for careers in academia, while emphasizing the values of ethics and accountability. The department is home to the top-ranked masters program in public affairs according to US News & World Report.
By: Rachael Andrews Dr. Emily Zier (PhD, ‘19) and Dr. W. David Bradford, Busbee Chair in Public Policy professor of public administration and policy, collaborated on research that investigates the
CANCELED- Roddrick Colvin Talk – “Rainbows and Unicorns: representative bureaucracy, LGBTQ officers, and community policing”
2019 GSPA Banquet On Friday, April 26 UGA Georgia Students for Public Administration (GSPA) held their annual banquet. Students, faculty, and staff came together for this wonderful occasion. There was
On March 25th, 2019 the Comptroller General of the United States, Gene Dodaro, gave a lecture on government Accountability titled: The Many Dimensions of Accountability: GAO’s Mission for Congress and
On March 23rd and March 24th MPA students, PhD students, and Public Administration faculty volunteered around Athens at some local nonprofits. Students and faculty helped put the finishing touches on
Dr. Kellough presented the PhD Student of the Year to Megan LePere-Schloop, who will be an assistant professor at Indiana University in the fall, as well as the MPA Student of