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      Celebrating 20 years and a future of possibilities: Flagler College Public Administration Program

      Apr 5
      It’s been two decades since Flagler College launched its Public Administration (PAD) program, established with the “expressed purpose of preparing individuals for leadership roles in government agencies and other organizations.”
    • John N. O’Brien shares expertise with Cato Institute in nation’s capital.

      PAD instructor shares expertise with Cato Institute in nation’s capital

      Apr 11
      Dr. John N. O’Brien, an instructor in Flagler College’s Public Administration Department (PAD), provided a presentation to members of the Cato Institute — a public policy research organization in Washington, D.C. — on ways to increase employment opportunities for displaced and unemployed workers. During his visit, he also met on Capitol Hill with staff members of seven legislative offices to discuss strategies for developing legislation that embodied his presentation’s concepts. The proposal itself was developed in large part after class discussions while teaching a PAD course titled “The Public Economy,” which illuminates how U.S. government develops and executes economic policy.
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      Flagler professor publishes guide on how public-private partnerships can assist libraries

      Feb 15
      Associate Professor Dr. Joe Saviak, of Flagler’s Public Administration program, has recently co-authored a guide titled “Public-Private Partnerships for Library Operations: A Guide for Local Governments” with Dr. Lawrence Martin, a professor at the University of Central Florida.