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Rutgers SPAA Highly Represented at ASPA 2019

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ASPA 2019 Presidential Panel – #MeToo: The Role of Universities in the MeToo Movement

More than 50 members from SPAA – faculty, students, and alumni – attended or presented at the annual ASPA conference held March 8-12, 2019 in Washington D.C.

Rutgers SPAA faculty and students who presented included:

SPAA Faculty

Ariane Chebel D’Appollonia, Professor

  • Panel Discussant:
    The Globalization and Politicization of Migration: Balancing Domestic and International Challenges

Rachel Emas, Assistant Teaching Professor

  • Panel Presenter:
    Placing the Food System on the Public Administration Agenda
    Community Food Systems: Calling on an Old Solution to Solve New Public Service Problems
     
  • Panel Moderator:
    Advancing Public Service through Teaching

Madinah Hamidullah, Associate Research Professor

  • Panel Co-author:
    Equitable Opportunities for Women in Pay, Promotion, Career and Entrepreneurship Choices
    Citizens’ Perceptions of Closing the Gender Pay Gap: An Experimental Study
     
  • Panel Presenter/Co-author:
    KAPA Session – Understanding Public Officials in Korea: Understanding Policy Behaviors
    An Analysis of Gender Differences in Public Administration Doctoral Dissertation Research

Jiahuan Lu, Assistant Professor

  • Panel Presenter/Co-author:
    Education and Nonprofit Financing Issues
    Do Nonprofit Organizations Diversify Their Revenue Sources over Time?
     
  • Panel Co-author:
    Systematic Explanations of Corruption
    A Meta-Analysis of the Effects of Government Decentralization on Corruption
     
  • Panel Co-author:
    The Changing Face of Public Procurement and Public-Private Partnerships
    Does Government Punish Nonprofits for High Administrative Costs in Contracting Decisions?

Lindsey McDougle, Associate Professor

  • Panel Presenter:
    Journal Editor Roundtable: The Challenges of Globalizing Public Administration Scholarship
    (Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs)
     
  • Panel Presenter/Co-author:
    KAPA Session – Understanding Public Officials in Korea: Understanding Policy Behaviors
    An Analysis of Gender Differences in Public Administration Doctoral Dissertation Research

Charles Menifiled, Dean

  • Presidential Panel Moderator:
    #MeToo: The Role of Universities in the MeToo Movement
     
  • Panel Presenter:
    Leading Change in Social Equity through Planning, Research and Disseminating Information
    Assessing the Impact of CHIP, 20 Years Later
     
  • Content Leader:
    Social Equity Track
     
  • Award Recipient:
    – Chester A. Newland Presidential Citation of Merit, ASPA 2019
    – Dr. Jewel Prestage Pioneer Award, Conference of Minority Public Administrators (COMPA) 2019
ASPA 2019 Social Equity Panel
ASPA 2019 Panel – Celebrating Minnowbrook at 50: Social Equity Past, Present and Future

Norma Riccucci, Board of Governors Distinguished Professor

  • Panel Presenter:
    Celebrating Minnowbrook at 50: Social Equity Past, Present and Future
     
  • Panel Co-author:
    Equitable Opportunities for Women in Pay, Promotion, Career and Entrepreneurship Choices
    Citizens’ Perceptions of Closing the Gender Pay Gap: An Experimental Study

Marilyn Rubin, Distinguished Research Fellow

  • Presidential Panel Moderator:
    Public Administration Advancing Rule-Ordered Institutions in Asia
     
  • Award Recipient:
    Chester A. Newland Presidential Citation of Merit, ASPA 2019

Geiguen Shin, Post-Doctoral Fellow

  • Panel Presenter/Co-author:
    Entrepreneurial Governance
    Representative Bureaucracy and Entrepreneurship in Public Schools

Pengju Zhang, Assistant Professor

  • Panel Presenter:
    Local Governments: Managing Service Delivery in an Era of Decreasing Resources
    The Political Economy of Municipal Government Dissolution in New York: When Does a Village Become Unnecessary?

Yahong Zhang, Associate Professor

  • Panel Moderator:
    Have Anti-Corruption Measures Failed? Why?
     
  • Panel Co-author:
    Systematic Explanations of Corruption
    Drivers of Bureaucratic Corruptibility: Rational, Irrational and Beyond
SPAA Students

Meril Antony, PhD Student

  • Panel Presenter:
    9th National Annual Capstone Panel
    Digital Activism: Characteristics Influencing the Likelihood of Success of Digital Activism Campaigns

Eunmi Choi, PhD Student

  • Panel Presenter/Co-author:
    Entrepreneurial Governance
    Representative Bureaucracy and Entrepreneurship in Public Schools

Sinah Kang, PhD Student

  • Panel Presenter:
    Civic Engagement and Public Participation
    Crowdsourcing and Citizenship: An Experimental Approach

Danbee Lee, PhD Student

  • Panel Presenter:
    Public Branding at the Local Government Level
    Do You Buy My Words? The Effectiveness of Federal Agencies’ Communication Strategies
     
  • Award Recipient:
    Wallace O. Keene Conference Scholarship Award, ASPA 2019

Ivan Lee, PhD Student

  • Panel Presenter/Co-author:
    Equitable Opportunities for Women in Pay, Promotion, Career and Entrepreneurship Choices
    Citizens’ Perceptions of Closing the Gender Pay Gap: An Experimental Study

Joseph Maya-Rodriguez, MPA Student

  • Founders’ Fellow Panel Presenter:
    Public Human Resource Management Practices and Strategies
    Representation and Technology: Challenges for Public Administration
     
  • Award Recipient:
    2019 Founders’ Fellow

Kayla Schwoerer, PhD Student

  • Award Recipient:
    Digital Governance Junior Scholar Award (Runner-Up Winner), Section on Science and Technology in Government (SSTIG) 2019

Razilya Shakirova, PhD Student

  • Panel Presenter:
    Collaboration in Public Service
    An Investigation into Governance and Outcomes of Nonprofit Collaborative Networks

Shilpa Viswanath, PhD Student

  • Fred Riggs Symposium Presenter:
    Immigration and Deportation Experiences of Non-United States Nationals
    SMART City Initiatives in India: A Case of Devolution or Disenfranchisement?
     
  • Fred Riggs Symposium Co-author:
    Comparative Public Human Resources Management: Reforms, Training and Recruitment
    Public Administration Pedagogy in India
     
  • Panel-Presenter/Co-author:
    Challenges, Initiatives and Insights: Visible and Not So Visible Biases and Barriers to Gender
    Equity in Public Service
    Gender Responsive Budgeting Research: Insights for Public Administration Research and Praxis
COMPA 2019 Kareem Willis Debate
Kareem Willis' team won the Dr. L. Frances P. Liddell Student Policy Debate, Conference of Minority Public Administrators (COMPA) 2019

Kareem Willis, PhD Student

  • Debate Winner:
    Dr. L. Frances P. Liddell Student Policy Debate, Conference of Minority Public Administrators (COMPA) 2019

Srinivas Yerramsetti, PhD Student

  • Panel Presenter:
    Students and New Administration Professionals Section Job Market Show Case
    Targeting Cooking Gas Benefits in India: Investigating Administrative Burden and Policy Feedbacks