What are tools for government action? Fiscal policy? See:
I am pleased to share several open faculty positions at the School of Public Administration at the University of Central Florida (UCF).
UCF is a growing research university located in an evolving Orlando Metropolitan area. The university was recently highlighted in the Washington Post for its rapid growth and quality of its programs . UCF is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award degrees at the associate, baccalaureate, master’s, specialist, and doctoral levels.
The School of Public Administration is a member of the Networks of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA), which has accredited our Master of Public Administration program. Our Master of Nonprofit Management, and the school itself, have both been ranked by U.S. News and World Report. Our school offers graduate programs in five areas: public administration, nonprofit management, urban and regional planning, research administration, and emergency management and homeland security. We also offer undergraduate programs in all areas except for research administration. In addition, our school also houses the Center for Public and Nonprofit Management, which is the research arm of the school.
We encourage you to learn more about our academic programs, as well as the CPNM, by browsing through our website. Information on our academic programs, advisory boards, alumni, faculty, strategic plans, student organizations, projects and special events can be found under each programmatic area. Information on the CPNM can be found on its website, which shares the findings of research conducted by our faculty members and students on our four strategic areas – collaborative governance, democracy and citizen engagement, diversity and inclusiveness, and sustainability.
The “latest news” section of our webpage shares published articles that highlight the accomplishments of our alumni, our students and our faculty members. These articles are also shared in our newest publication, PA Access, a monthly newsletter distributed to faculty, students, alumni, advisory board members and other community leaders. Lastly, you will find the Public Administration Focus, our annual publication, which reports on the state of our school. Each of these sources of information can add to your understanding of the breadth of our school, the CPNM, and the impact that our programs have on our students and our community.
The summary job announcement with instructions for viewing the UCF job descriptions is attached.
Please share with colleagues and qualified Ph.D. candidates.
Naim Kapucu, Ph.D.
Director & Professor
HPA II – 238C
4364 Scorpius Street,
Orlando, FL 32816
UNC Charlotte Public Policy Ph.D. students and alumni will be presenting a SECOPA.
CHECK IT OUT!!!
“Strength in Numbers and the Decision to Join a CO2 Limiting Compact.” Brian Jones
“The Impact of Economic Development on Plant Biodiversity in the Eastern United States.” Sam Grubbs and Jennifer Wienke
“The Impact of Employment Status on Domestic Violence.” Jennifer Wienke
“Recruiting Teachers: An Experiment to Identify the Role of Motivations to Attract Students to Teaching.” Jason Giersch, Ph.D.
“Gender Equality and Marriage Equality: A Perfect Match?” Meika Berlan
“Matching the Market: An examination of Economic Polarization and Implementation.” Jennifer Wienke and Jaclyn Piatak
“Compounding Obstacles: How North Carolina’s Formula for Grading Schools Disadvantages the Already Disadvantaged.” Jason Giersch
“The Antiquated Medicare Transportation Benefits: Market Incentives and the Effect of Organizational Ownership.” Jackson Deziel
Assistant Professor, Public Policy
Job Description: The Political Science Department at the University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY), is seeking a tenure-track colleague in Public Policy. Rank: Assistant Professor. Candidates must be able to teach graduate and undergraduate courses in federalism and/or state and local government. Policy specialization is open, but areas that have a direct impact on state and local government, such as education or the environment, or address equality are a plus. We welcome diversity in methodology, epistemology, and personal background. Evidence of successful pursuit of external funding and/or experience with online, blended, or experiential learning is a plus. Evidence of engagement in the broader academic community is also a plus.
Located in a major governmental center, the department has 22 full-time members and offers degrees at the bachelors’, masters’, and doctoral level. Public Policy is a separate graduate field in the department with three dedicated lines and part of a college with an additional three policy lines (in Public Administration and Policy). The new colleague will be expected to teach courses in the field at the undergraduate and graduate level and assist with graduate student training and advising. Teaching load is two courses per semester. Salary and benefits are competitive. The University at Albany (www.albany.edu) is one of four designated University Centers in the 64-campus SUNY system. Public policy researchers have the additional opportunity to work with the Rockefeller Institute of Government, the public policy research arm of SUNY.
- A PhD is required in hand at the start date from a college or university accredited by a USDOE or internationally recognized accrediting organization; a lower title maybe available without the PhD or if you are working toward your PhD.
- Candidates should have demonstrated the ability to work with and instruct culturally diverse groups of people.
Professional Rank and Salary Range: Assistant Professor
Start date: Fall 2016
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or Clery Act, mandates that all Title IV institutions, without exception, prepare, publish and distribute an Annual Security Report. This report consists of two basic parts: disclosure of the University’s crime statistics for the past three years; and disclosures regarding the University’s current campus security policies. The University at Albany’s Annual Security Report is available in portable document format [PDF] by clicking this linkhttp://police.albany.edu/ASR.shtml
THE UNIVERSITY AT ALBANY IS AN EO/AA/IRCA/ADA EMPLOYER
Please apply online via http://albany.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=61168
I receive Brookings Briefs in my mailbox on various public policy issues. Just passing the website along.
As an example:
Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) 67th Annual Meeting in Charlotte NC - Call for Abstracts
Society for Public Health Education 67th Annual Meeting
Building Capital: Investing in the Future of Health Education
March 30- April 1, 2016
Call for Abstracts Now Open!
The Society for Public Health Education’s 67th Annual Meeting,
Building Capital: Investing in the Future of Health Education, offers an exciting opportunity to share your research findings, program impacts, policy changes, perspectives, and expertise with the health education and health promotion professional community. Share your latest research and practice in health education and health promotion.
You are invited to submit a proposal for a Single Presenter Session, Panel, Skill-Building Workshop, Ignite Session, Think Tank, Roundtable, and/or Poster Session at the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) 2016 Annual Meeting.
SOPHE is seeking abstracts in five main subthemes:
• Effective Health Education Leadership in the 21st Century
• Collaboration and Collective Impact in the Changing Health Environment
• Game Changers: Innovations in Research & Practice
• Amplifying the Role of Health in Schools
• Health Equity and Social Justice
August 16, 2015, 11:59 PM ET
Driving into work this morning and listening to NPR, I heard a report, read in calm and even tones, that ISIS is beheading,crucifying and burying alive CHILDREN. Yes, all caps and fairly frantic sounding. I felt nauseated and horrified and outraged. My outrage is directed towards the global civilized world that goes about it’s messy and distracting business rather than stopping everything in order to collectively stop this outrage against all of humanity. Perhaps these tales are exaggerated, but that is, of course, what good people said when they heard tales of the gas chambers during Hitler’s horror show. I wonder what it will take before there is a truly global effort to stop this nightmare?
Yesterday the Public Policy program co-sponsored a fascinating talk by Dr. Philip Schrodt who is a senior research scientist at the statistical consulting firm Parus Analytics and a pioneer in using event data to study political conflict. His discussion of the optimal strategies for analyzing rare events, and the challenge in posed to conventional analytic strategies was deeply stimulating. He also spoke of the vast amount of open source data and software to analyze that data. He talked also about crowd-sourced efforts to solve some of the problems of predicting, forecasting rare events. Is ISIS a rare event? Can “we” crowd source a coherent and effective global response?
Something must happen.
Full-time Faculty Positions (Immediate Fill)
Allen University, a historically-black university in Columbia, South Carolina, invites applications for Assistant Professor Rank (Non-Tenure Track) positions in the Division of Social Science, with an emphasis on Sociology or a closely related field. The successful candidate must possess a terminal degree and be committed to our renewed focus on excellence. The reviewing of applications is currently in progress. Candidates with a strong history of teaching at the college level who are currently working on the terminal degree are also being considered. For further information please contact Dr. Christopher Rounds, Social Science Division Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 803-765-6027.
Work Schedule: This is a full-time position; normal work schedule is Monday through Thursday with an as-needed availability for Friday meetings .
A complete application package is required for any position for which you apply. The application should include the following items:
• Cover Letter – a letter of application addressing your interest and ability to enhance Allen University’s
advancement capacity in a highly diverse environment
• A Curriculum Vitae detailing education, experience, and professional activities
• A completed Allen University Employment Application
• A list of three (3) professional references including email addresses and telephone numbers
All materials should be sent to the following address: Allen University, 1530 Harden Street, Columbia, SC 29204. Application materials may also be submitted electronically to email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Employment with Allen University is contingent upon a background check and proper documentation of identity and employability. All new employees are required to provide official transcripts within thirty (30) days of employment.
(RE)VISIONS OF THE FUTURE: PUBLIC SOCIOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, & THE CRISIS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
4TH ANNUAL PUBLIC SOCIOLOGY CONFERENCE
OCTOBER 18, 2014 AT GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, VIRGINIA
The graduate students of the Public Sociology Program at George Mason University organize an annual conference that critically engages contemporary social problems with diverse publics. This year’s conference engages the robust field of environmental justice and the contemporary crisis of climate change. We invite papers and session proposals from students, scholars, practitioners, policymakers and activists, alike that focus on the social impacts of environmental changes and the ongoing and emerging efforts to shape and reshape our future. Topics may include, but are not limited to:
— Environmental Racism, Sexism, & Classism
— Political Ecology (or Economy) & Climate Change
— Human Landscapes & Consumption
— Cities & the Sharing Economy
— Weather Events and Disaster Recovery
— Immigration, Security, & Risk
— Sustainable Development & Environmental Activism
— Indigenous Social Movements & Nature Rights
— Public Sociology, Pedagogy, and Practice
— And more
The conference will feature the following sessions and opportunities for submitters:
– Traditional Paper Sessions with facilitated group discussions
– Round Tables that feature young scholars and emerging research projects
– Thematic Forum Sessions on strategies to further environmental justice work and scholarship
– Workshops aimed at enabling critical public sociological approaches to social research
Email submissions (papers or 500 word abstracts) and a short bio to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: July 13, 2014
For more information visit http://www.gmupublicsoci.wordpress.com
Graduate Fellow – Sociology
George Mason University