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Nationally Ranked MPA
U.S. News & World Report ranks the MPA program at Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy 25th in the country out of 285 public affairs programs.
Within the field of public affairs, Rockefeller is ranked in the following specialties:
- 5th in Information and Technology Management
- 11th in Homeland Security and Emergency Management
- 12th in Public Finance and Budgeting
- 14th in Nonprofit Management
- 17th in Public Management and Leadership
- 19th in Local Government Management
- 32nd in Public Policy Analysis
Rockefeller’s Rising Stars 2021
Announced by City & State, five alumni of the University at Albany’s Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy were named to the 2021 Albany 40 Under 40 Rising Stars list. Rockefeller’s Katie Birchenough, Michael Blaustein, Thomas Briggs, Kyle Ketcham, and Iris White earned recognition.
Study: Minority Students Faced Greater Barriers to In-School Instruction During Pandemic
UAlbany researchers study finds that white students were provided in-person instruction 31 percent of the time while just 6 percent of black students were provided in-person instruction during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CTG UAlbany Partners with New York State on Water Quality Data Analytics
Center for Technology in Government has helped New York's Department of Environmental Conservation develop a Water Quality Data Analytics prototype, which will allow them to compile, process and manage water quality information.
Urban Frontiers: A Conference on Gentrification Studies
Co-hosted by Rockefeller College's Department of Political Science on July 26-27, Urban Frontiers is a conference on gentrification studies on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Neil Smith's The New Urban Frontier. Registration required to receive Zoom links.
5 Questions with J. Ramon Gil-Garcia
A conversation with J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, newly appointed director of the Center for Technology in Government and an expert in information management and policy, inter-organizational collaboration, and the use of emergent technologies in the public sector.