Each month, ASPA offers its members free online learning opportunities including professional development, our Student Series webinars and BookTalks. Practitioners and academics alike can take part in these webinars, covering a range of subjects of interest to public administrators. Below are opportunities currently scheduled to take place this November. Visit the ASPA website for more information about webinars, BookTalks or the Student Series, or register now for the webinars of your choice using the links below!
ASPA webinars are free to members; non-members pay $75 per webinar.
The first webinar, titled research to practice, is sponsored by Suffolk University. It will be held on Thursday, Nov. 2 at 1 p.m. ET. This webinar will focus on making research accessible outside of academia and conducting research that matters for those practicing in the field. Public administration produces a wealth of research on an annual basis—but how much of it matters to those in the field? And why does it matter? Some of the discipline's thought leaders will discuss this topic and help students and new professionals (and others!) figure out how best they can use the research being produced.
Derek Hyra, American University
John Kamensky, IBM Center for The Business of Government
Del Bharath, Moderator, University of Nebraska—Omaha
Please visit http://www.aspanet.org/studentwebinars?utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=em... to register.
The second webinar, titled Ehtical questions regarding PTSD, unwanted sexual behavior, gender issues and ethical leadership in the military, is sponsored by Public Integrity. It will be held Thursday, Nov. 9 at 1 p.m ET. This webinar will focus on internal ethical questions and problems related to the military services and those serving or having served. Public Integrity Symposium Edition on Military Ethics editor Manfred Meine will moderate a discussion with authors of many of the articles from the issue.
Hugo Asencio, California State University—Dominguez Hills
Theodore Byrne, California State University—Dominguez Hills
Thomas Dunn, Troy University
Maria Carolina Gonzalez-Prats, Portland State University
Steven Koven, University of Louisville
Edin Mujkic, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Manfred Meine, Moderator, Troy University
Please visit http://www.aspanet.org/webinars?utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&utm...to register.
The third webinar, titled Policymaking for citizens behavior change: a social marketing approach, will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 1 p.m. ET. The book, Policymaking for Citizen Behavior Change, is designed to demonstrate the ways in which social marketing can be an effective and efficient tool to change citizens’ behavior and how to advocate for and support its appropriate application. Providing a 10-step planning model and examining a variety of social marketing cases and tools, including more than 40 success stories, this resource is core reading for current policymakers, as well as all those studying and practicing social marketing, particularly in the public sector.
Nancy R. Lee, International Academy of Interfaith Studies
Please visit http://www.aspanet.org/booktalks?utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&ut... to register.