Announcements

First Certified Public Manager (CPM) Alumni Conference Held Oct. 14

The New Jersey Certified Manager Program (CPM) at Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) held its first alumni conference with the theme of “Staying Connected" on Oct. 14 at the Rutgers University Cook Campus Center in New Brunswick. Attendees included alumni for the years 2012 through 2015.... read more

Rutgers SPAA Assistant Teaching Professor Rachel Emas Appointed Managing Editor of Global Virtue Ethics Review

NEWARK, NJ — Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) Assistant Teaching Professor Rachel Emas has been appointed as the Managing Editor of Global Virtue Ethics Review... read more

Seoul Leads Rankings in Municipal E-Governance Survey: Rutgers University / University of Massachusetts Boston Global E-Governance Survey Highlights Innovative Practices

NEWARK, NJ — An international survey of city websites has identified Seoul, South Korea, as the top-ranked city in the performance of municipal e-governance for the... read more

Rutgers SPAA Sponsoring Academy Colloquium on Behavioral Public Administration in Amsterdam

The School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) at Rutgers University-Newark is honored to sponsor the upcoming Academy Colloquium “Behavioral Public Administration: Understanding Key Public Administration Challenges by... read more

ARNOVA Appoints Rutgers SPAA Assistant Professor Lindsey M. McDougle to Board of Directors

NEWARK, NJ — Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) Assistant Professor Lindsey M. McDougle has been elected to a two-year appointment on the... read more

Rutgers SPAA Study: For Arts Nonprofits, Attendance Unlikely to Influence Donors

NEWARK, NJ – Arts and cultural nonprofit organizations promote arts appreciation and strengthen communities by providing a wide range of arts programs in music, theater, visual arts and dance. These organizations rely on donations to exist. One way that the nonprofit sector currently measures these organizations’ successes is by the... read more

Recently Appointed Faculty: 2016-17


Join us in welcoming Rutgers SPAA's recently appointed faculty for 2016-17:



Reginald Lewis, AM

Assistant Professor of... read more

Professor Gregg G. Van Ryzin to Serve as Interim Dean of Rutgers SPAA

Update from Chancellor Nancy Cantor and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Jerome D. Williams

Dear Rutgers University-Newark community members,

We are pleased to announce that Gregg G. Van Ryzin has agreed to serve as Interim Dean of the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) while our... read more

Rutgers SPAA Certifies 100 NJ Civil Servants in Certified Public Manager Program

On Friday, Aug. 5, 2016, exactly 100 New Jersey public servants graduated from Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration’s (SPAA) New Jersey Certified Public Manager (CPM) Program. Held in Rutgers University’s Cook Student Center, the ceremony highlighted various facets of public service as certificates were presented to... read more

SPAA Student and Academic Services Now Located on the First Floor of CPS

This summer, the SPAA Student and Academic Services team relocated to the first floor of the SPAA building: the Center for Urban and Public Service (CPS). If you are looking to meet with your academic advisor, visit the Writing and Career Development Center, or connect with the Director of Debate, stop in to the newly created SPAA... read more

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