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G.L.A. Harris and Theresa Julnes Keleka Kaimanu, Public Administration faculty, participated on the panel "How Tenure Can Help in Protecting the Benefits of Employing a Diverse Faculty." Harris presented "Cloaked Biases as Micro-Aggressions: The Effects o

G.L.A. Harris and Theresa Julnes Keleka Kaimanu, Public Administration faculty, participated on the panel "How Tenure Can Help in Protecting the Benefits of Employing a Diverse Faculty." Harris presented "Cloaked Biases as Micro-Aggressions: The Effects on Faculty of Color," while Kaimanu chaired and presented "Walking in Two Worlds: Being Native in Academia" at the 78th national annual American Society for Public Administration conference in Atlanta, March 17-21.

G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, is the 2017-8 recipient of the Fulbright Fellowship as the Research Chair for North American Integration (U.S.-Canada Defense Relations). During the Fall 2017 semester Harris will be a visiting scholar at Carl

G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, is the 2017-8 recipient of the Fulbright Fellowship as the Research Chair for North American Integration (U.S.-Canada Defense Relations). During the Fall 2017 semester Harris will be a visiting scholar at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, where she will work with faculty from the Department of Political Science, the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs and the Pauline Jewett Institute of Women and Gender Studies on a comparative study on women in the U.S. military and the Canadian Armed Forces.

G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, won the Outstanding Book Award from the Section on Personnel Administration and Labor Relations of the American Society for Public Administration for her publication Living Legends and Full Agency: Implication

G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, won the Outstanding Book Award from the Section on Personnel Administration and Labor Relations of the American Society for Public Administration for her publication Living Legends and Full Agency: Implications of Repealing the Combat Exclusion Policy. The Award recognizes an outstanding book in the field of human resource management published between 2014 and 2016.

Leading Policy Innovation in Vietnam: Open Forum



Location:
Urban Center, 2nd Floor Parsons Gallery, 506 SW Mill Street

Professor Marcus Ingle of PSU’s Center for Public Service and Department of Public Administration will lead a discussion on the following forum topics:

 

Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, presented "Beyond Archaeology: Challenges to Tangible Heritage Protection in the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca" at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Vancouver, Canada, March 29-April 2.

Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, presented "Beyond Archaeology: Challenges to Tangible Heritage Protection in the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca" at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Vancouver, Canada, March 29-April 2.

JEDI Series Equity Workshop: Socially Conscious Practices


Socially Conscious Practices

Friday, April 28 from 9am–12pm
Urban Center, 506 SW Mill Street, Second Floor Parsons Gallery

In this skills and vision based-workshop, we will discuss and utilize frameworks from the first session to strategize and build toward a more socially just practice in our work and classroom communities. This event is open to CUPA faculty and staff. Register on Eventbrite!