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SPAA Professor Chuck Epp Wins Law & Society Mentorship Award

This article was published by the Law & Society Association on May 30, 2024 and written by Crissonna Tennison.

New grant will fund study on preemption's effects on health, economic disparities in Kansas City

Chris Koliba, Edwin O. Stene Distinguished Professor of Public Administration, Policy & Governance in the School of Public Affairs & Administration at KU, and Nancy Augustine, director of the Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships at the National Academy of Public Administration, will…

School Celebrates Accomplishments of Graduates

Leading Edge Program Finds a New Permanent Home at the University of Kansas Public Management Center

A New Chapter Begins: Leading Edge Program Joins University of Kansas Public Management Center, Elevating Local Government Leadership FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Accountability standards based on rules of democracy needed in times of rising political violence, scholar argues

LAWRENCE — When a family or group of friends sit down to play a familiar game they’ve played many times before, they generally don’t need to refer to the rules — unless someone breaks them.

Jayhawk Planners Take On the National Planning Conference 2024

#JayhawkPlanners were everywhere at this year’s National Planning Conference amongst the over 4,000 attendees and 200 sessions and mobile workshops.

KU #1 in Latest Local Government Management MPA Program Rankings

Continuing Its Legacy of Excellence: KU SPAA Reaffirms Its Status as the Premier Choice for Local Government Management Education

ASPA Announces 2024 Class of Founders’ Fellows, Inaugural Underwriting Sponsors of Flagship Program

Washington, DC.—The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) announces its 2024 class of Founders’ Fellows, ASPA’s premier program that recognizes the exceptional accomplishments and potential of the next generation of public servants in both academic and practitioner communitie

Discussion Series on the ‘Future of Democratic Governance:’ Takeaways from the First Lecture of the Series and Looking Ahead to the Next Conversation

You can watch a recording of Al Robert's lecture here.

National League of Cities Kicks Off ‘Roadshow’ Celebrating Organization’s 100th Anniversary in Lawrence, KS

First Roadshow Stop to Take Place at the University of Kansas, Site of NLC’s Founding in 1924 LAWRENCE, KS – One hundred years ago, in 1924, the National League of Cities (NLC) was founded in Lawrence, Kansas at the University of Kansas in the original Frase

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