Annual Ph.D. Colloquium
Public Administration Ph.D. student James Capp shares his research on “The Bureaucratic Consciousness: Romantic and Critical Ways of Knowing”
The Association of Doctoral Students in Public Administration (ADSPA) and the Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA) sponsored this one-day conference, which annually promotes Public Administration research and writing among doctoral students and candidates.
“This is a multi-university effort that gives students a prime opportunity for feedback and practice before they enter the workplace,” said Dr. Arthur Sementelli, the Public Administration Ph.D. Program Coordinator. “The colloquium is a completely student-run and student-funded event that has been held off and on for more than 10 years. I am immensely proud of the students and the research that was presented.”
The Public Administration Ph.D. degree is designed for students who want to have research as their primary career and/or work in academia, but the program is also open to professional practitioners with a strong research interest.
“The School of Public Administration provides its doctoral students with the theoretical foundations and the analytical skills to pursue rigorous and innovative research projects,” said James Capp, a current Ph.D. student.
“Perhaps most importantly, the faculty members encourage us to hone our scholarship through academic presentations and publications. As a result, graduates of the program are highly competitive in the job market, with most of my peers landing excellent positions at research universities and public agencies all over the country.”
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