The Mossack Fonseca Law Firm at the center of the Panama Papers Scandal
The free MPA Workshops for June and July 2016 include many new topics, including the Panama Papers and Slavery in New York at the time of the Revolutionary War, as well as some of the old favorites like Using SPSS and the Capstone Project Headstart. Registration or reservations are not needed for the workshops. Just show up.
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This is the schedule for the spring 2016 collection and summer 2016 distribution of textbooks and iPads. Public Management Student Services is located at Suite 523 Haaren Hall (T- building).
To access the form, click this link http://tinyurl.com/mpatextbooks
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As of Monday May 2nd, the Department of Public Management, including the MPA programs, the Accounting faculty, and the Public Administration, Criminal Justice Management, and Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics majors, will be moving to the 5th floor of Haaren Hall.
Classes offered in North Hall during the Spring semester will continue to meet in North Hall.
Phone numbers and email addresses remain the same, and the following are the new office numbers.
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MPA students, take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!
MPASA (MPA Student Association) has created an application for students to apply for travel and lodging funding to the ASPA Annual conference which will be held in Seattle, Washington from March 18-21, 2016. ASPA is the America Society for Public Administration.
Check the attached flyer for more information and application requirements.
MPA students, this week is MPA career week, don’t miss an amazing week full of great and useful information. From how to build a successful resume and cover letter to what it takes to get the federal job you want.
Don’t Miss It!
Save the date!
Come meet Faculty and other MPA students at the Master of Public Administration Student Association Networking Event. For event time, date and location, please see the attached document
Want to learn about the different job opportunities available in New York City? There are excellent opportunities for you in the City and the Department of Citywide Administration and Services – DCAS, will be on campus on February 9th, 2016. Come and find out all you need to know about their hiring process and the different types of jobs and internships available for you and what the examination process is. Don’t miss it!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.237.8754 for more information.
Its time for Winter workshops, Please make sure you set your time to attend some of the very useful workshop. If you need to retake the MPAQE you need to attend one of the writing workshops and no RSVP needed just show up.
Winter 2016 Free MPA Workshops
Students show up for the MPA workshops in the rooms given below. There is no need to Register for the workshops ahead of time; just show up.
CAPSTONE Preparation Workshop
Wednesday, January 6th (6:30 to 8:30 p.m.)
Description: Get a head start on your capstone project by attending this orientation to the course. This workshop is recommended for students taking the capstone in the next academic year.
Instructor: Dr. Ned Benton, Department Chairperson and Program Director of MPA-IO. Read More »