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2016 ASPA Founders’ Fellows Selected

The ASPA Founders’ Fellows program recognizes outstanding students and new professionals (within three years of their graduation) in the field of public service and public administration. Following a competitive review process, Founders’ Fellows present their scholarship during the ASPA Annual Conference, receive substantial professional development and networking opportunities, and are paired with a seasoned scholar or practitioner who serves as their mentor for their Fellowship year.

Name Organization
Adeniyi S. Aderibigbe Nova Southeastern University
Karina Arias Florida State University
Sebawit G. Bishu Florida International University
Mohua Chatterjee San Jose State University
Rashmi Chordiya University of Texas at Dallas
Liudmila Dedushkina Northern Illinois University
Mehmet Demircioglu Indiana University-Bloomington
Meghan Doughty American University
Kelvin Esiasa University of Zambia
Michael R. Ford University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Sgt. Mark R. Landahl, Ph.D. Oklahoma State University & Frederick County, MD Sheriff’s Office
Carolyn Regennia Mattocks Walden University
Sean Andrew McCandless University of Colorado Denver
Geri Miller-Fox University of Utah
Jason David Rivera State University of New York, Buffalo State
Emefa Sewordor Georgia State University
Ruowen Shen Florida State University
Derek Ray Slagle Florida Atlantic University
Minsun Song Florida Atlantic University
Susanna L. Southworth University of Utah
Muhammad Ammar Ahmed Suria Lahore University of Management Sciences
Ashley Kay Taulbee Morehead State University
Eva Thomann Mannheim Centre for European Social Research
Jesus N. Valero University of North Texas
Zachary Wurtzebach Colorado State University

The 2016 Founders’ Fellows will receive a complimentary 2016 annual conference registration, one year of membership in ASPA, year-long mentorship with a seasoned practitioner or senior scholar, tickets to special 2016 conference events, and complementary lodging in the conference hotel. Travel to Seattle, meals, and incidentals are the responsibility of the Fellow or sponsoring organization.

“ASPA’s Founders’ Fellows program is one of the best ways for new public administration professionals to expand their networks, participate in groundbreaking research and learn from some of the biggest names in the field,” commented Founders’ Fellows volunteer coordinator Lindsey Evans. “We’re very pleased with the caliber of the incoming Fellows and look forward to helping them have a productive year in the program.”

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