Category: Announcements

New MPA Directors

Effective July 1st, Professor Bill Pammer is the Director of the MPA in Inspection and Oversight program and Professor Elaine Lu is the Director of the MPA in Public Policy and Administration program.

They replace Professors Marilyn Rubin and Ned Benton who have been Directors of the programs for more than 25 years.

 

Spring/Summer 2018 DT Textbook/iPad Schedule

This is the schedule for the end of Spring 2018 collection and Summer 2018 Distribution of textbooks and iPads.  MPA Services is located in Suite 523.07 Haaren Hall (T- building).

We will be collecting and distributing textbooks/tablets from Monday May 7th, 2018 to Thursday, June 21, 2018.

As always, you must bring a state or JJC student ID and a copy of your course schedule when you come to pick up your textbooks/iPad.

Winter 2018 MPA Free Workshops

bookeepingThe following is the schedule of Winter MPA Free Workshops. Students show up for the MPA workshops in the rooms given below.  There is no need to Register for the workshops ahead of time.

Fall 2017 DT Textbook and iPad Collection Schedule

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This is the schedule for Spring 2018 distribution of textbooks and iPads.  MPA Services is located at Suite 523.07 Haaren Hall (T- building).

We will be collecting and distributing textbooks/tablets from Tuesday, January 16th to Saturday, February 10th 2018.

As always, you must bring  a state or JJC student ID and a copy of your course schedule when you come to pick up your textbooks/iPad.

Summer 2017 MPA Qualifying Exam

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The MPAQE will be held on Tuesday, August 15, 2017, in the New Building in room L2.72.06 from 6pm to 8pm. Please make sure you are able to sign on to the computer using your John Jay College email and password. Be on time!

Email Ms. Washington to sign up at dwashington@jjay.cuny.edu.

FREE Summer MPA Workshops, 2017

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This article provides information about the free MPA workshops for summer 2017. Workshops focus on The MPA Qualifying Examination, the Capstone, Career Services,  SPSS, Financial Fraud and Worklife balance. There is also a presentation of a project to assemble records of slavery in New York from 1626 to 1827.