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to Winners of the Ninth Annual E-PARCC Teaching Case and Simulation
PARCC is pleased to announce the 2016 winners of
the annual E-PARCC
teaching case and simulation competition. Selected cases and simulations will be
available online in June. 4/28/16
Call for Papers for the Work, Labor, and Citizenship Initiative. This initiative nurtures interdisciplinary study of the many fundamental trends now at play in the broad field of labor studies. Research grants of up to $3,000 will be awarded. Faculty and graduate students from all academic disciplines working on a topic related to "Work, Labor, and Citizenship" are encouraged to apply. The deadline for proposals has been extended to Friday April 29, 2016. 4/25/16
Kriesberg Op-Ed in Focus. Louis Kriesberg's, professor emeritus of sociology in the Maxwell School and Maxwell Professor Emeritus of Social Conflict Studies, op-ed is titled, "Obama, the Conflict Resolution President?" and is also available on PARCC's Conflict and Collaboration blog. 4/18/15
Nabatchi and Emerson Op-Ed Published. Tina Nabatchi, PARCC research director and Kirk Emerson, PARCC faculty affiliate,op-ed is titled, "National politics aside, governing still takes collaboration across boundaries" and is also available on PARCC's Conflict and Collaboration blog. 4/14/16
Kriesberg Op-Ed Published in Huffington Post. Louis Kriesberg's, professor emeritus of sociology in the Maxwell School and Maxwell Professor Emeritus of Social Conflict Studies, op-ed is titled, "The GOP’s Unreasonable Resistance To Obama Only Enhances His Legacy." 4/7/16
Emerson and Nabatchi Win Best Article Award. Tina Nabatchi, PARCC research director and Kirk Emerson, PARCC faculty affiliate, won the award from the Section for Public Performance and Management (SPPM) of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA). The award is "in recognition for a significant contribution to the field of Public Performance and Management." The title of the article is, “Evaluating the Productivity of Collaborative Governance Regimes: A Performance Matrix," and it appeared in Public Performance and Management Review. 3/28/16
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