We encourage our doctoral students to pursue research that makes an impact through presentations at conferences and publication in peer-reviewed journals. The following placements, awards, publications, and presentations provide some recent examples of their success.
American University, School of International Service
Florida International University, Public Administration
George Mason University, Department of Public & International Affairs
Indiana University, School of Public & Environmental Affairs
Kyung Hee University, School of Pan-Pacific International Studies
New Mexico State University, Department of Government
North Carolina State University, School of Public and International Affairs
Rutgers University-Camden, Department of Public Policy and Administration
San Diego State University, School of Public Affairs
The Ohio State University, John Glenn School of Public Affairs
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine
Universidad de los Andes, Alberto Lleras Camargo School of Government
University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Department of Political Science & Public Administration
University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy
The Urban Institute
Honors & Awards
Nadeen Maklouf was named to the American Society for Public Administration's 2015 Founders' Fellow Program.
Manjyot Bhan was named to the American Society for Public Administration's 2014 Founders' Fellow Program.
Mandi Stewart was recognized as a 2014 Penn Social Impact Doctoral Fellow by the University of Pennslyvania's Nonprofit Leadership Program.
Sarah Towne was named to the American Society for Public Administration's 2014 Founders' Fellow Program.
Michael Hayes received one of three 2013 Staats Emerging Scholar awards from the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, & Administration.
Michael Hayes received the runner-up award for Best Poster Presentation at the 2013 Association for Budgeting & Financial Management conference.
Michael Hayes was chosen by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs & Administration for the 2013 Emerging Scholars award.
Javier Bronfman was selected to participate in the 2013 Building Future Faculty program, a workshop sponsored by North Carolina State University for promising doctoral students who are interested in academic careers and committed to promoting diversity in higher education.
The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations & Voluntary Action honored Jaclyn Schede Piatak as a 2012 Doctoral Fellow and Mandi Janis as a 2012 Emerging Scholar.
John Marvel was chosen by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs & Administration to receive a 2012 Emerging Scholar Award.
William Resh received the 2012 award for Best Dissertation in Public and Nonprofit Management from the Academy of Management, as well as the 2012 George Edwards Dissertation Award, given annually by the American Political Science Association for the best dissertation on the presidency.
Javier Bronfman was awarded a fellowship for the 2012 Ronald Coase Institute, an annual workshop for promising early-career scholars in institutional analysis.
Jiaqi Liang was selected by the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) to receive the 2012 scholarship for graduate students in public administration and policy.