Mark Sylvia, SPA/BA '96, SPA/MPA '98, is director of the Green Communities Division in Massachusetts' Department of Energy Resources.
Connie Morella, CAS/MA ’67, served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1987 - 2003 and now teaches a course on Women, Politics, and Public Policy at the School of Public Affairs.
Emma DiManova's internship at the DNC placed her at the center of a historic presidential campaign.
The Rosen Scholarship will provide scholarship support to a full-time graduate student in the MPA program.
SPA helped launch their careers in community corrections, and now, Greg Hunt and Aaron Lucas are returning the favor.
SPA's Beryl A. Radin scrutinizes the assumptions of the performance movement in her book, Challenging the Performance Movement: Accountability, Complexity, and Democratic Values (Georgetown University Press, 2006).