Stephen Danley talks with fellow members of the Camden Supper Club during a gathering at the Reggae Grill on Federal Street in Camden on March 24, 2015. Read more at https://bit.ly/1GZOt7H
Brandi Blessett was approved to be a columnist by the American Society of Public Administration (APSA) online news periodical PA TIMES. This will be a six-month term. Her early writings include In Pursuit of Civil Rights: An Iterative and Sustained Struggle for Progress and Ensuring that #BlackLivesMatter.
Stephen Danley has been elected as the Chair-Elect of the Association for Research on Non-Profts and Voluntary Association’s (ARNOVA) Community and Grassroots Associations (CGA) Section. As Chair-Elect, Danley will continue his attempts to make ARNOVA a welcoming place for practitioners and grassroots activists interested in the intersection between activism and research.
Beth Rabinowitz’s dissertation, titled Reversal of Fortune: Regime Strategies and Political (In)Stability in Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana, 1950-2000, has been nominated for the American Political Science Association’s Gabriel A. Almond Award. The prize is awarded annually for the best dissertation in the field of comparative politics and was created in recognition of Gabriel Almond’s contributions to … Continue reading Beth Rabinowitz Nominated for Gabriel A. Almond Award…
How a Great School is Breaking the Cycle of Poverty in America’s Poorest City. Comcast Newsmakers LEAP web. South Jersey Magazine Book interview.
Patrice M. Mareschal has published Labor Relations in the Public Sector, 5th ed. 2014.CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, FL.