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George Soros Chair Professor, Central European University (CEU), School of Public Policy (SPP), and President of the Global Labor Organization (GLO). He has a global record of excellence in research, teaching, policy advice, engagement in the diffusion of knowledge to society and academic networking. He was also building up, leading and.
That was the scenario that students in the UMass Amherst School of Public Policy’s “Politics of the Policy Process” course tackled this fall. At the end of the semester, the students, working in teams, presented position papers at a mock Oval Office meeting with the President (roleplayed by Master of Public Policy student Michael Crowley) and an audience of “presidential advisors.
Scott Ganz earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the Stanford Graduate School of Business with a concentration in Organizational Behavior in 2016. His research integrates organizational theory and political economics in order to better understand political processes within organizations and governments and the non-market strategies of firms and interest organizations. Some of his.
International exposure, partnerships, and research led to increased publicity and acclaim for the Institute of Public Policy, which became the School of Public Policy (SPP) in 2000 with the Board of Visitors’ approval and was described by some as the fastest-growing field in the University.
Students interested in pursuing a professional degree program in public policy that can be completed in 12 months through intensive study will find the Master of Public Policy (MPP) an ideal choice for a public policy role in the government, private sector, and not for profit realm. The School has graduates working in a diverse number of fields across Canada, and by joining the MPP program.
Students enrolled full-time at the UMD School of Public Policy may spend up to one academic semester working part-time, or one summer working full-time, on projects that allow them to apply the analytical skills they gain in class to challenges faced by non-profit, governmental, and community-based organizations. Students are paid by SPP through funds set up by The William Donald Schaefer.
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