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Nationally Ranked MPA
U.S. News & World Report ranks the MPA program at Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy 23rd in the country out of 270 public affairs programs.
Within the field of public affairs, Rockefeller is ranked in the following specialties:
- 5th in Information and Technology Management
- 9th in Homeland Security and Emergency Management
- 14th in Nonprofit Management
- 16th in Public Management and Leadership
- 20th in Public Finance and Budgeting
- 22nd in Local Government Management
Microgrants for UAlbany women support education and career goals
Thirty-one UAlbany women received funding through Initiatives for Women (IFW), a program that supports professional and educational development through competitive microgrants.
Zimbabwean Parliamentary Staffers Continue Training Through Partnership with Rockefeller College
The three-week visit was part of a professional development training program in public financial management organized under the Zimbabwe Parliamentary Strengthening Project, implemented through Rockefeller’s Center for Policy Research.
‘Rockefeller College Week’ Airs on WAMC’s The Academic Minute
The Academic Minute features a two-and-a-half-minute segment each day, Monday through Friday, from professors at different colleges/universities around the world.
Intelligence Expert Jim Steiner Retires
Everyone remembers where they were the morning of September 11, 2001. For Jim Steiner, he was approaching his 30th year with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), living and working in Washington, D.C. as the Director of Transnational Issues, and had gathered his entire staff together for a Tuesday morning meeting in the CIA Headquarters Auditorium. Placing transparencies on an overhead projector at the front of the room, his presentation was suddenly interrupted with news of the catastrophe in Lower Manhattan. The hundreds of officers quickly cleared the room, unsure if CIA Headquarters was next on the terrorists’ target list.
Surviving PTSD: A Q&A with Virginia Eubanks
This week Eubanks published a personal essay in The New York Times Magazine about community violence, PTSD and caregiving, all stemming from a brutal attack on her partner in 2015. She is working on a memoir about the experience.