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Dr. Yaoyao Dai Article in the Washington Post

   May 12, 2021

Dr. Yaoyao Dai, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Administration, and Dr. Luwei Rose Luqiu, Assistant Professor of the Department of Journalism of Hong Kong Baptist University, published “China’s ‘wolf warrior’ diplomats like to talk tough,” in Monkey Cage of the Washington Post, May 12, 2021. The article is based on an...

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Niners Elected to Office

   January 26, 2021

Election night 2020 proved big for Niner Nation. Former Student Body President Richard Hudson was reelected to the U.S. Congress. A record 14 alumni were elected to the N.C. General Assembly, and two gained seats on the N.C. Court of Appeals. For more information, please visit the full article...

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THREE ALUMNAE NAMED NEWSMAKERS FOR 2020

   January 26, 2021

UNC Charlotte alumnae Susan DeVore ’81, Tracy Dodson ’97, ’98 and Pamela Wideman ’06 were recently named to the Charlotte Business Journal’s list of 2020...

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Megan Bird - Rhodes Scholarship

   November 18, 2020

Megan Bird, a Levine Scholar majoring in Political Science and Public Administration, is a finalist in contention for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.

For more information, visit the full article here.

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Millennium Fellows Graduation

   November 18, 2020

The Millennium Fellowship's 2nd year kicked off in August with a new cohort of 18 students.  This year the Millennium Fellowship is a course set up to help students learn the leadership and project management skills necessary to develop projects.  The projects students designed and started include those listed below. Students graduated as Millennium Fellows on November 18 in a ceremony...

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Douglas & Mohr - Cost accounting article

   May 1, 2020

Jim Douglas, Zach Mohr and Ringa Raudla published a comparative public administrative article on the use of cost accounting in Public Administrative Review  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/puar.13162

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Suzanne Leland - new publications

   May 1, 2020

Suzanne Leland, Jacqueline Chattopadhyay, Jaclyn Piatak and Cherie Maestas had an article titled "Policy Venue Preference and Relative Trust in Government in a Federal System" accepted for publication  in Governance.

Suzanne Leland, Olga Smirnova and Chris Goodman had an article titled "The Consequences of Specialized Governance on Spending and Expansion of Public...

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Ben Radford - paper accepted

   May 1, 2020

Ben Radford had his paper "Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Cross-Document Detection and Coreference Identification of Militarized Interstate Disputes" accepted to the 2020 LREC Proceedings.

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Tom Barth - questions for PA Times from COVID-19

   May 1, 2020

Tom Barth published an essay in the PA Times, "Key Public Admiistration Questions from COID-19"  aspatimes.org/key-public-administration-questions-from-covid-19/

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J. Piatak's article wins Mary Parker Follett Award

   May 1, 2020

Jaclyn Piatak's co-authored article, "Informal Accountability in Children's Service Networks: The Role of Frontline Workers," was selected by the journal Awards Committee to win the Mary Parker Follett Award for best theory-informed research article in 2019, Volume 43, of Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance.

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