PA Brown Bag SeriesFebruary 21, 2013
Bring your lunch and listen to public administration faculty speak about their research interests and exciting projects they are working on. All are welcome to attend. Joins us at CUPPA Hall, Conference Room 110 from 12-1pm for the following presentations:
2/21 – “The Apportionment of Corporation Profits Among States for Tax Purposes” presented by David Merriman, Associate Director, Institute of Government and Public Affairs; Co-Director, Fiscal Futures Project; Professor, Public Administration
3/19 – “Access and Benefit-Sharing Policies, and Exchange of Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture” presented by Aseffa Wedajoo, Post Doctoral Research Associate, Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy, Department of Public Administration
4/23 – “Social Networks and Informal Collaboration in Public Schools”Michael Siciliano, Assistant Professor, Public Administration
For more information email Adrian Brown email@example.com.
My graduate experience in the UIC Department of Public Administration prepared me for my role in higher education as well as equipped me with the tools necessary to lead change and innovative management in other government and nonprofit organizations. The blend of current theory and applied knowledge is a strength of the UIC curriculum. The faculty are leaders in public administration research and engage students in thoughtful dialogue and challenging projects. The administrative staff is very encouraging and offers great support and service to students.