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Professor Merriman Highlighted in The Daily Herald
March 1, 2017

The Daily Herald highlights David Merriman, UIC professor of public administration and economics and IGPA professor, for his role in an upcoming Tax Increment Financing Forum hosted by Cook County Clerk David Orr. http://bit.ly/2m8kUzy

Professor Merriman Interviewed on Morning Shift
December 6, 2016

During an interview with Chicago Public Radio’s “Morning Shift,” David Merriman, UIC professor of public administration and economics and IGPA professor, discussed the lack of an Illinois state budget and new IGPA reports that propose some potential solutions for the state’s financial problems. http://bit.ly/2hdQ6fg Phys.org, an online science news service, highlighted findings from studies led […]

Clinical Professor Application Extended
December 5, 2016

Open Rank Clinical Professor – Public Administration (Job ID #71032) The Department of Public Administration (DPA) in the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs (CUPPA) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) (http://cuppa-pa.uic.edu) plans to hire a new non-tenure-track faculty member beginning in August 2017. The rank is open. Duties: The Department offers […]

CUPPA Employee Recognition Reception
November 21, 2016

On Monday, November 21st the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs held a ceremony to honor CUPPA faculty and staff with extended service to the college and university. Dean Eitel (5 years), David Merriman (20 years), James Thompson (20 years), Michael Pagano (15 years) were recognized during the ceremony. Congratulations and thank you for […]

Dr. Johnson Interviewed by The Record
November 15, 2016

Dr.Tim Johnson, director of the Survey Research Laboratory at UIC, was interviewed by The Record (Bergen County, N.J.) in a story about examining voter polling in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory and the secret methodology of a New Jersey pollster who correctly predicted the outcome. http://bit.ly/2gaPFli

BuzzFeed News quotes Professor Timothy Johnson
November 10, 2016

BuzzFeed News quotes Timothy Johnson, director of the Survey Research Laboratory at UIC, in an article examining possible theories for voter polling errors and how they may have impacted forecasts for a victory by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.  http://bzfd.it/2eFAMCh

Dean Pagano Quoted in Governing Magazine and Route Fifty
October 14, 2016

Michael Pagano, dean of the UIC College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, is quoted in articles from Governing magazine and Route Fifty about his co-authored National League of Cities report on the condition and future of U.S. city government finances. Pagano, professor of public administration, says that despite a stabilization of cities’ fiscal situations […]

Dr. Merriman Quoted in Illinois Network Report
October 5, 2016

David Merriman, UIC professor of public administration and economics, is quoted in an Illinois News Network Report about the State of Illinois’ renegotiation of a bond-repayment trigger following its recent credit downgrade.  http://bit.ly/2dSzHIB

PPLAN First Meeting – Oct 6th, 1-2pm in 262 CUPPA Hall
October 4, 2016

Join PPLAN (Policy and Planning Academic Network) at its first meeting of the year on Thursday, October 6th, in Room 262 at CUPPA Hall from 1 to 2 pm! We will be playing Cards Against Urbanity and light refreshments will be provided. All who are interested are welcome. PPLAN is the student organization for undergraduates in CUPPA’s […]

CUPPA Alumni Association Mentoring Program
October 4, 2016

The CUPPA Alumni Association Student Alumni Connection Committee is opening our applications for student protégé  today. The 2016-17 Mentoring Program connects volunteer CUPPA Alumni with current MPA and MUPP graduate students with similar career goals. The mentoring program makes the match, hosts a kick-off event in October, and sends monthly newsletters with tips and networking events throughout […]

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