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Graduate Student Networking Night a Success!

Graduate Student Networking Night a Success!

By Mary Ann Triest, John Jay Career Services On March 24th, graduate students, employers and John Jay alumni came together for an evening of networking and socializing. The event drew over 100 people to the Anya & Andrew Shiva Art Gallery.  It was a spectacular space in which we heard from and networked with...
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Introducing new workshop series, Women in Public Service

Introducing new workshop series, Women in Public Service

On the evening of April 2nd, close to 100 John Jay students, faculty and members of the community gathered on the 9th floor of the New Building to discuss Women in Public Service. This event, the first in a series of several to be conducted by Professors Nicole Elias and Maria D’Agostino, served as...
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Attorney Tanya Coke Joins Faculty

Attorney Tanya Coke Joins Faculty

Tanya E. Coke is an attorney who joined the department as Distinguished Lecturer last fall.  Her research at John Jay focuses on the effects of youth criminalization on school engagement.  This fall (2014), Ms. Coke will be teaching Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy. Click “Read More” to learn about John Jay College faculty member Tanya Coke and...
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Pi Alpha Alpha Celebrates MPA Success

Pi Alpha Alpha Celebrates MPA Success

On February 18, students gathered for a John Jay Pi Alpha Alpha career panel focusing on public service.  Alumni panelists Denise Dizzine and Merline Barrington of the NYS Unified Court System and the Port Authority of NY and NJ, respectively, discussed their career trajectories, including their personal stories from their time as students in...
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S. Africa Intelligence IG at JJC March 6

S. Africa Intelligence IG at JJC March 6

The South African Inspector General for Intelligence is to speak at John Jay College on Thursday March 6th. at 9:00 AM. A light breakfast buffet will be provided starting at 8:30 AM. The event is being sponsored by the College and the New York New Jersey Chapter of the Association of Inspectors General. Joining...
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Professor Vijay Sampath for PAD 742 and PAD 749

Professor Vijay Sampath for PAD 742 and PAD 749

Mr. Vijay Sampath is a new faculty member joining the Department of Public Administration this fall.  He has served as adjunct faculty at Harvard Extension School, Pace University and Rutgers University.  His doctorate is in Management and International Business from Lubin School of Business, Pace University.  Mr. Sampath received his MBA from Rutgers University...
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MPA Course in Non-Profits, Grants and Philanthropy

MPA Course in Non-Profits, Grants and Philanthropy

The MPA program is offering a special course on Thursdays at 6:15 in  Non-Profit Organizations, Grant Writing and Philanthropy. The course qualifies as an elective for all MPA-PPA and MPA-IO specializations. The course is taught by Tanya Coke, J.D. who has professional  experience in key positions in the Open Society Foundation, the U.S. Human...
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MPASA Members at 2013 NECoPA Conference

MPASA Members at 2013 NECoPA Conference

On November 1 and 2, the fourth annual Northeast Conference on Public Administration (NECoPA) met at the University of Delaware, where students, academicians, nonprofit leaders, private professionals and public administrators gathered to discuss the theme – “Opportunities, Threats and Intriguing Possibilities for Public Administration in an Information Society.”  Under the initiative of the MPA...
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Introducing Dr. Nicole Elias

Introducing Dr. Nicole Elias

Dr. Nicole M. Rishel Elias is a new Assistant Professor of Public Administration in the Department of Public Management at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.  She received her MPA and Ph.D. from the Center for Public Administration and Policy at Virginia Tech.  Dr. Elias is a magna cum laude graduate of  John Carroll...
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iPads Loaned to MPA Students

iPads Loaned to MPA Students

More than 400 MPA students have been loaned Apple iPad tablets, funded through the Differential Tuition. The iPads were loaned to students in selected core courses PAD 700, PAD 715, PAD 739, PAD 758 and PAD 771.
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