To help minimize the spread of COVID-19, some events are being offered virtually, and in-person events have additional safety requirements.

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Events By Tag: “UCF Downtown”

  • CPNM Pre-Conference Student Workshop with Dr. Donald Moynihan “Observations of Public Administration and Governance during the Trump Administration”

    Virtual

    Dr. Moynihan discusses public administration within the Federal Executive Branch and how the outgoing Trump administration navigated governance, policy execution, management protocols, throughout their term in office. He also discusses the environment left in the Trump Administration’s wake and what the future of governance, policy execution and oversight, and management calls for given the erosion of norms and the minimized …

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  • Spring 2021 CPNM Eminent Scholar Lecture Series featurng Dr. Donald Moynihan, Ph.D.

    Virtual

    Eminent Scholar Lecture: “Behavioral Public Performance: How People Make Sense of Government Metrics” On Thursday, March 18, 2021, Dr. Donald Moynihan, Ph.D. will be presenting as the 2020 Fall Eminent Scholar for the Center for Public and Nonprofit Management’s fall lecture event. His discussion will consider an unfolding revolution that is occurring in the measurement and reporting of government performance …

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  • Public Administration Research Conference

    Virtual

    The theme, “Public Service in Times of Uncertainty: Upholding our Ideals of Justice, Inclusion, and Public Purpose,” focuses on important and timely public administration and policy issues. Much of 2020 can be characterized by the COVID-19 global pandemic and mass protests calling for racial and social justice. In the U.S., the challenges of moving forward and beyond these major events …

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