Sharon Decker, a UNCG graduate, former founda-tion and nonprofit executive, Duke Energy executive, and N. C. Secretary of the Department of Commerce will give a talk about leadership and public service based on her varied experiences on Wednesday, March 25, 7:30 p.m. in the Ferguson Building, Room 100.
This annual Public Service Leadership Lecture is sponsored by the MPA program and the Piedmont Triad Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA).
A dessert reception will follow the question and answer period.
Speaker: Dr. Fabrice Lehoucq, Professor, UNCG Department of Political Science
Wednesday, April 1, 7:30 p.m., School of Education Building, Room 118
***A free reception will follow****
Questions? Contact Sara Pilling at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by The Department of Political Science and The Center for Legislative Studies
CONGRATULATIONS to Jeff Colbert for receiving UNCG's Spirit Award! Chancellor Linda Brady presented him this award on September 22nd!
Our MPA program has been fully reaccredited by NASPAA (Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration) for seven years, as of July 2014. This reaccreditation affirms the quality of our program, our faculty and our students.
CONGRATULATIONS to Price Felker and Malbert Smith who won the Student Excellence Award. This is UNCG's highest academic honor for undergraduates!
CONGRATULATIONS to Melissa Midget, PSC Alumnus ('01), who won the 2014 Young Democrats of North Carolina Public Service Award!
The Fall 2014 MPA Graduates are: Hunter Boswell, Tahja Gaymon, Sarah McGuire and Megan Walley!
The Fall 2014 Nonprofit Management Certificate Graduates are: Kathy Berrier, David Blake, Erica Ford, Evelyn McCauley and Debra Smith!
CONGRATULATIONS to all of you!!!
Students can complete the entire program of 15 credits online within one year, or take some or all courses on campus. Financial Aid is an option. For the curriculum details and application information, go to www.uncg.edu/psc/mpa/nonprofitcert.html