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Nationally Ranked MPA
U.S. News & World Report ranks the MPA program at Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy 28th in the country out of 269 public affairs programs.
Within the field of public affairs, Rockefeller is ranked in the following specialties:
- 5th in Information and Technology Management
- 7th in Homeland Security and Emergency Management
- 17th in Nonprofit Management
- 17th in Public Management and Leadership
- 18th in Local Government Management
- 22nd in Public Finance and Budgeting
UAlbany Launches Merit Pages to Celebrate Student Success
The University at Albany has launched Merit Pages, a single unified platform that allows the University to celebrate student accomplishments in and out of the classroom.
Is US Democracy in Danger? What the Field of Political Science Has to Say
Please join us on Monday, March 4th for an interactive discussion of the state of democracy in the United States. Professors Breiner, Ingram, and Weiss from the Department of Political Science will help to put some of our current debates about the health of U.S. democracy in a broader context.
The Politics of Worth: Understanding the Purpose(s) and Practice(s) of Veterans Treatment Courts
What can veterans treatment courts teach us about the use of law to address entrenched social and political problems? Please join Jamie Rowen, Associate Professor of Political Science and Legal Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, for a discussion of veterans treatment courts in the United States.
Do Trump’s January 6th Actions Disqualify Him from the Presidency?
Please join experts Julie Novkov and Stephan Stohler at noon on Friday, February 2nd via Zoom for a discussion of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment and its implications for the 2024 presidential election.
Study: Powerful Narrative Can Drive Policy Action, Cultural Change
A new study examines how disseminating largely false narratives around the issue of Critical Race Theory and public schools propelled people to demand bans on teaching CRT, influenced long-held political and cultural beliefs, and could have implications for the future of public education.