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This session is held in collaboration with CAP, the Center for Accountabiliy and Performance. Ask the experts about how they are changing the culture of the city of Denver by investing in their people and building tremendous capacity to compete in the 21st century.

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In partnership with the Andrew Young School Career Services at Georgia State University, join us for a chance to talk about how best to maximize your time at the ASPA 2017 Annual Conference. Get tips and tricks on to make the most of your time and maximize resources! From a full day student summit to a career fair and numerous networking receptions, you'll have many chances to make new connections.

When: February 28, 2017
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Policing and race has been a topic well studied over time, but the recent number of police interactions with African Americans has brought renewed attention to the subject. Law enforcement is a critical institution in many societies as they are the street level bureaucrats charged with ensuring that laws are adhered to as well as protecting the rights of all those that fall within their jurisdiction. Recently, a symposium addressing policing and race was published in Public... Details
When: March 2, 2017
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The 2017 Conference reflects on "Saluting the Public Service: A Bold and Noble Profession," ASPA's Annual Conference provides a yearly opportunity to bring together public administrators from across the discipline. *Conference volunteers must be current ASPA Student or Retired Members.

When: March 15–22, 2017
Where: Atlanta, GA
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The 2017 Conference reflects on "Saluting the Public Service: A Bold and Noble Profession," ASPA's Annual Conference provides a yearly opportunity to bring together public administrators from across the discipline.

When: March 17–21, 2017
Where: Atlanta, GA