Publications Tagged as JPAE Article

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    Journal Article Gender

    The invisible challenges: Gender differences among public administration faculty

    Beth M. Rauhaus
    Isla A. Schuchs Carr
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    Female faculty members in public service programs take on a disproportionate amount of advising and mentoring responsibilities yet are less likely to be in leadership positions at universities. Women...

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    Journal Article Undergraduate Education

    Going beyond study abroad: An introduction to United States and Chinese joint undergraduate degree programs in public affairs education

    Madinah F. Hamidullah
    Mauricio Astudillo-Rodas
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    Public administration has continued to see the international increase on the graduate level and is beginning to have an increasing interest at the undergraduate level. This article focuses...

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    Journal Article Sustainability

    Sustainability education in public administration and policy: A multi-method study of NASPAA accredited programs

    Nandhini Rangarajan
    Saumya Joshi
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    This study examines the nature of sustainability education in public affairs programs. First, through web content analysis of NASPAA accredited MPA/MPP programs, and second through web survey of...

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    Journal Article Doctoral

    Supporting women scholars’ paths to academia: An examination of family-friendly policies of public affairs doctoral programs

    Candice Pippin Bodkin
    Casey J. Fleming
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    Despite earning roughly half the doctoral degrees in public administration, women remain underrepresented in public affairs programs, particularly in senior positions. Studies describe a leaky...

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    Journal Article Undergraduate Education

    Continuing to build knowledge: Undergraduate nonprofit programs in institutions of higher learning

    Carol Brunt
    Peter C. Weber
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    As student demand for nonprofit management education (NME) grows, new program offerings proliferate. While longitudinal data track the development of graduate NME programs, their curricula and...

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    Journal Article Doctoral

    Knowing, Doing, and Becoming: Professional Identity Construction among Public Affairs Doctoral Students

    Amy E. Smith
    Deneen H. Hatmaker
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    Public administration scholars have long examined how doctoral students in public affairs are trained to become researchers. Our study adds to this body of knowledge by examining socialization and...

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    Journal Article Case Study

    Leadership in a crisis

    Chrystal Alexander
    Erin Morse
    Evelyn Gardner
    Kevin Kearns
    Lydia McShane
    Marina Duane
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    This case study explores the leadership of Admiral Thad Allen who was deployed to coordinate the federal response following Hurricane Katrina and the oil spill following the destruction of the...

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    Journal Article Undergraduate Education

    Do undergraduate public administration, policy, and affairs programs mimic graduate curricula?

    D. Ryan Miller
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    Curricular mimicking between undergraduate and graduate public administration, policy, and affairs degrees is an ongoing concern of program administrators. Mimicking occurs when the curricular...

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    Journal Article Doctoral

    Changes in public affairs and administration doctoral research, 2000 and 2015

    Adam M. Williams
    Derek Slagle
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    The study collected data from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database for years 2000 and 2015 in order to explore shifts in public affairs doctoral research. Results indicated a dramatic increase...

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    Journal Article Case Study

    Administrative decision-making amid competing public sector values: Confederate statue removal in Baltimore, Maryland

    Nicole M. Elias
    Rashmi Chordiya
    Sean McCandless
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    Confederate monuments conjure competing public sector values. Like many cities in the USA, Baltimore, Maryland had monuments honoring the “Lost Cause of the Confederacy”. This case examines the...