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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
Women at the Helm: Closing the Health Disparities Gap for Women and Their Families
In this mini conference, women leaders showcase how they advanced health equity through spearheading bold government and community responses to the crisis. The conference will highlight initiatives that women leaders in government and in the community launched to address the disproportionate burden of COVID-19 on women and their families.
COVID-19 Vaccine Certificates for International Travel
This Zoom workshop on Monday, April 26th will examine the promise of COVID-19 vaccine certificates to enable safer international travel and consider the challenges of implementing them.
Hunger Crisis: Feeding Our Community
Join local leaders Natasha Pernicka ’08, Peggy O’Shea ’87, and Luke Rumsey ’07 as they discuss their roles to combat food insecurity in the communities they serve.
Hunger Crisis: The Critical Need for Emergency Food Assistance
A dialogue with Catherine Bertini ’71 about the international hunger crisis and the critical need for emergency food assistance. Catherine was nominated by President George H.W. Bush in 1989 to serve as Assistant Secretary of Food and Consumer Services for the United States Department of Agriculture. She was executive director of the World Food Programme from 1992-2002 and has been celebrated internationally for her leadership and dedication to solving global food insecurity. In 2003, Catherine was named the World Food Prize Laureate for her achievements with WFP.
Strategies to Ensure Equitable Access to COVID-19 Vaccines
As COVID-19 vaccination efforts roll out across the nation, how can policymakers balance reducing the complexity of vaccine priority lists with improving the ease of access? Associate Professor Erika Martin and CCHRPP researchers tackle this problem in their recent commentary, “Maintaining a Focus on Health Equity During the COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout.”