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).
DPAP Associate Professor Joceyln Johnston sees the complexities of the new public manager once responsible for programs and now in charge of huge contracts.
For Anne Caprara, SPA/BA '01, the 2008 Congressional campaign trail was a long and thrilling road that winded along the Front Range Mountains of eastern Colorado.
The Congressional Fellows Program is an internship program for selected students in the Women, Policy and Political Leadership (WPPL) Certificate Program at SPA. Recently, fellows worked for alum Loretta Sanchez ’84 (D-Calif.)among other representatives.
More than a dozen AU alumni either successfully defended their seat or ran for office in their district or region earlier this November.
Senior Jackie Kaplan found an internship that combines her interests in law and finance.