DPPA Graduate certificates granted to the first cohort of students

Rutgers University-Camden department of Public Policy and Administration granted graduate certificates to the first cohort of students.  The program, an 18 hour certificate in community development, takes place at the Centro Para Puerto Rico in San Juan in a hybrid format over a 12 month period of time.Diálogo periódico digital de la Universidad de Puerto … Read more of DPPA Graduate certificates granted to the first cohort of students

2015 Pi Alpha Alpha Induction

Graduates and their guests joined DPPA faculty and staff for the annual Graduation Reception and Celebration held May 19, 2015 in the Campus Center.  Picture here are the 2015 Pi Alpha Alpha inductees, the National Honor Society in Public Affairs and Administration.  These students demonstrated significant academic achievement while completing the MPA degree.  Congratulations!!?

Rutgers–Camden Ph.D. Student Serves as Guest Editor for Journal of Public Affairs Education

Community development is traditionally a subfield of social work, sociology, and urban planning curricula.“However, it is also a relatively small but extremely important subfield in public policy, public affairs, and public administration,” explains Nickels, a Ph.D. candidate in Rutgers University–Camden’s public affairs-community development program. To draw attention to the important role of community development in public … Read more of Rutgers–Camden Ph.D. Student Serves as Guest Editor for Journal of Public Affairs Education

Rutgers DPPA graduate students participated in the Urban Affairs Association annual meeting in Miami

A delegation of 17 faculty and students from Rutgers-Camden attended the Urban Affairs Association annual meeting in Miami, FL, April 8 – April 11. Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn, Assistant Professor – Racial Diversity and Happiness: Add Health Panel evidence Ashley E. Nickels, PhD Candidate – Detroit Snob: An Intersectional Activist’s View of the City Brandi Blessett, Assistant Professor – The … Read more of Rutgers DPPA graduate students participated in the Urban Affairs Association annual meeting in Miami