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Cultural Brokering: A promising way of building cultural competent community based organizations

Cultural Brokering: A promising way of building cultural competent community based organizations

Community based organizations (CBOs) are agencies providing direct social services to people in their communities. One of the biggest challenges facing CBOs today is providing appropriate, quality and ethnic support…

Publishing and Perishing as a Doctoral Student

Publishing and Perishing as a Doctoral Student

Writing, editing, submitting, revising, resubmitting, selecting… each stage comes with its own challenges, but the choice is yours to ultimately publish or perish.…

Reducing Voluntary Program Administrative Burden: Lessons from the National Organic Program

Reducing Voluntary Program Administrative Burden: Lessons from the National Organic Program

The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ASPA as an organization.  By David Carter October 3, 2017 Voluntary programs are a…

Accountability for Social Equity in Policing

Accountability for Social Equity in Policing

Citizen groups, political leaders, and law enforcement agencies have argued that reform is warranted given issues of racial profiling; lack of racial representativeness; and poor community relationships. Depending on locale,…

SSVF Programs Reduce Veteran Homelessness

SSVF Programs Reduce Veteran Homelessness

Homelessness is a social problem which touches every community in this country. Veterans are one of the most vulnerable populations who are more likely to become homeless at least once…

Climate Change Adaptation: Implications for the Public Sector

Climate change is no longer an abstract concept, or a concern for the distant future. This year is on track to be the planet’s hottest in the modern era, and…

Front-line Discretion: Good Cop or Bad Cop?

Front-line workers implement public policy on a direct and regular basis. For many citizens, their encounters with front-line workers are their most immediate experience with government. But front-line are human…

What You Think About Yourself Matters

In an era of persistent budgetary constraints, enhancing employee job satisfaction is a key issue in public human resource management. Research shows job satisfaction is associated with outcomes like work…

New Trends in Public Administration: Reflecting on Challenges and Harnessing Opportunities

Public administration is a social science similar to history. It enables us to use the past as a tool to resolve issues, now and in the future. So how can…

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…

2016 Founders’ Fellows Program Now Accepting Applications

By PA TIMES online September 18, 2015 The ASPA Founders’ Fellows program recognizes outstanding students and new professionals (within three years of their graduation) in the field of public service…

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