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Wilder School faculty members Elsie Harper-Anderson and Brittany Keegan staff the table at the APPAM Doctoral Student Fair on November 9, 2019.
News / November 19, 2019

Wilder School faculty shine at 2019 APPAM Fall Conference

Last week, five faculty members from the Wilder School’s academic programs and Centers for Public Policy (CPP) traveled to the annual 2019 Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Fall Research Conference in Denver, Co. Each participated in the event as panelists, discussants, presenters, exhibitors and hosts of featured events.

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The Honorable Senator Rosalyn R. Dances receives the Wilder School Alumni Star award.
News / November 12, 2019

VCU Alumni honors Wilder School graduate Rosalyn R. Dance

The Honorable Senator Rosalyn R. Dance, a Wilder School graduate with a master’s in public administration, was recognized by VCU Alumni Relations as the Wilder School Alumni Star.

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News / November 12, 2019

Student Scholarship Deadline is Feb. 1

Applications for Wilder School undergraduate and graduate scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year are due Saturday, February 1.

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Sombo Chunda participates in 2019 VCU Qatar Leadership Exchange
News / November 5, 2019

Chunda participates in 2019 VCU Qatar Leadership Exchange

Sombo Chunda, a third-year doctoral candidate in public policy and administration at the VCU Wilder School, was recently selected to participate in the 2019 VCU Qatar Leadership Exchange. The Qatar Leadership Exchange is the premier cross-cultural leadership development program offered by the Division of Student Affairs at the university. Its purpose is to increase appreciation, awareness, and collaboration between VCU's Richmond and VCUarts Qatar campuses.

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10 Under 10 award recipient Joshua Son
News / November 5, 2019

VCU honors Wilder School Graduate Joshua Son

Joshua Son, a Wilder School graduate with a master’s in urban and regional planning, was named by Virginia Commonwealth University as one of the university’s top 10 graduates of the previous decade.

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Former Va. Gov. Gerald Baliles who served at the top of the ticket during a historic run for statewide office in 1985 has died.
News / October 29, 2019

Former Va. Gov. Gerald Baliles, who served at the top of the ticket during a historic run for statewide office in 1985, dies at 79

Former Va. Gov. Gerald Baliles who served at the top of the ticket during a historic run for statewide office in 1985 has died at age 79. Interim Dean Susan Gooden and longtime colleague and distinguished faculty member, L. Douglas Wilder, issued a statement.

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Wilder School doctoral candidate Layla Alanazi has been awarded the 2019 NECoPA Best Student Paper Award.
News / October 22, 2019

Alanazi to receive 2019 NECoPA Best Student Paper Award

Wilder School doctoral candidate Layla Alanazi has been awarded NecOPA's Best Student Paper Award for her study entitled “Does Gender Really Matter? Testing the Mediating Role of Public Service Motivation Between Gender and Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Federal Agencies.”

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Noted author and criminologist, Callie Rennison, Ph.D., shared twelve personal insights on life in academia with students, faculty and alumni during the Wilder School’s Doctoral Lecture Series in Public Policy on October 28..
News / October 29, 2019

Criminologist, Callie Rennison gets personal with insights on life in academia

Author and criminologist, Callie Rennison, Ph.D., shared twelve personal insights on life in academia with students, faculty and alumni during the Wilder School’s Doctoral Lecture Series in Public Policy on October 28. Her talk “From Here to There, to Where? The Life Course of One Academic,” highlighted her journey from indecisive undergraduate to noted academician.

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News / October 16, 2019

Graduate Information Session on November 1

Learn about the Wilder School’s graduate programs and how they can help advance your career at the "Why Wilder? Graduate Information Session" on Friday, November 1.

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Putting Policy in Action on November 7
News / October 29, 2019

PASA panel to cover diverse public health issues

Join the Public Administration Student Association (PASA) on Thursday, November 7, "Putting Policy into Action," a thought-provoking panel discussion featuring a range of Virginia public health issues. Topics to be discussed include needle exchange programs, policies surrounding medical marijuana, and efforts to ban conversion therapy.

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