Announcements

John Jay Mourns the Loss of Richard Culp

Professor Richard Culp

Richard Culp, Associate Professor of Public Administration, passed away on Monday as a result of a heart attack while jogging in Brooklyn where he resided with his wife, Liz Culp. He will be sorely missed by his many friends and colleagues at the College.  Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to his wife and family...
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Advisement Improvements Coming

The Department of Public Management has launched a new initiative – partially funded by the Differential Tuition  – that will offer expanded advisement services. Professors Jeanne Marie Col,  William Pammer and Judy-Lynne Peters have been appointed as faculty advisors. Professor Peters will also continue in her capacity as Coordinator of the MPAQE. Diana Neff...
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MPA Students Receive Free Textbooks

MPA Students Receive Free Textbooks

The MPA program is using  more than $90,000 from the Differential Tuition to purchase textbooks for the following MPA courses: PAD 700, 702, 705, 715, 740, 739, 743,  749, 758 and 771.  This is one way that we are offsetting some of the additional cost of the increased tuition being paid by MPA students....
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Informational meeting on the CJ Doctoral Program specialization in Policy, Oversight, and Administration (POA)

Interested in applying to the doctoral program in Policy, Oversight and Administration? Want to find out more information about it? An informational meeting will be held on Monday, November 21 from 5:30-7:00 in Room 1.105 in the New Building. Faculty and current students in the program will be on hand to discuss the program...
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John Jay MPA Student Association

John Jay MPA Student Association was founded in 2007.  It is a John Jay College club that is open to all students interested in Public Administration.  The purpose of the MPASA is to inform and inspire students of public administration by providing them with a forum for social and professional development. MPASA provide students with both...
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Internship Course

MPA Spring 2012 Internship Course PAD 780 Course Description An internship provides students with the opportunity to integrate what is learned in the classroom with practical experience. The course includes an on-the-job experience in a government agency or non-profit organization as well as an academic component. While all students will benefit from gaining substantive...
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Graduate Scholarships

To Read More: http://www.jjay.cuny.edu/375.php#Graduate_Research_Scholarship If you are a graduate student with a minimum GPA of 3.5 and 12 earned credits, you may be eligible for the Graduate Research Scholarship in the amount of $2,000. This scholarship may be awarded only once in a student’s academic career. In a 500-word essay, please describe your research...
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Tuition Changes and New Benefits

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Tuition changes and new benefits for MPA students are on the way. Tuition Changes On June 27th, the CUNY Board of Trustees passed a 15% tuition increase this June for all CUNY MPA programs effective Fall 2011. See the related article in this issue that provides questions and answers about the Differential Tuition Tuition...
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Northeast Public Administration Conference at JJC in October

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BUILDING TRUST AND CONFIDENCE IN PUBLIC SERVICE The 2011 Conference of the Northeast Association for Public Administration will take place on  Friday, October 28 and Saturday October 29, 2011 at John Jay College – in our new building. The program Chair is JJCCJ Professor Jeanne-Marie Col.  
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