PRESENTATION AND PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITIES
ASPA members can benefit from several presentation opportunities that arise from the association's collaboration with other associations and organizations. To learn more about the latest call for proposals, upcoming conferences and other presentation opportunities, please return to the ASPA website often or check our Opportunities page.
2014 ANNUAL CONFERENCE CALL FOR PROPOSALS - NOW OPEN
ASPA is accepting proposals for its 2014 Annual Conference. The conference will be held in Washington, DC from March 14-18 at the Mayflower Renaissance. The theme is "Celebrating the Success and Promoting the Future of Public Administration." To view the tracks, click here. To submit a proposal, visit www.aspa2014.abstractcentral.com.
SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE ON PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (SECoPA) - Sept. 25-28, 2013
The annual SECoPA will be held in Charlotte, NC from Sept. 25-28. Organizers are currently accepting proposals for a panel, presentation or workshop at the annual meeting for practioners and those working in the public administration field in the Southeast. Proposals are being accepted until May 15. This year's theme is "Fueled by the Past, Racing towards a Brighter Future in Public Service” which recognizes the importance of past practices and experiences as well as new ideas and innovations in addressing the current challenges of public service delivery. To submit a proposal, email a one-page abstract to SECoPA2013@uncc.edu that includes paper title, research question, summaries of theory, data, method, preliminary findings (if any) and importance or implications of the work.
YOUNG SCHOLARS WORKSHOP - BEIJING, CHINA
The Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE) and ASPA proudly announce that the International Young Scholars Workshop in Public Policy and Administration Research will be held in Beijing, the People’s Republic of China, August 22-25, 2013. This workshop aims to provide young scholars working in public policy, public administration, and other related fields an academically rigorous platform for presentation of research, scholarly exchange, and social networking. More information coming soon.
9TH TAD - CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The College of Public Affairs at the University of Baltimore will host the 2013 TAD conference with the theme “(Re)Building Capacities for Urban Governance” June 12-15, 2013 in Baltimore, MD. Conference organizers are currently accepting abstracts for panels and workshops. To learn more, download the flyer.
SOCIAL EQUITY LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
The 12th Annual Social Equity Leadership Conference will take place June 5-7 in Raleigh, NC. The Call for Proposals is currently underway. To submit a proposal, click here. To find out more, view the flyer.
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TEACHING PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE
The Section on Public Administration Education (SPAE) will host the Teaching Public Administration Conference (TPAC) on June 3-5, 2013, in San Francisco Japantown. The 2013 Teaching Public Administration Conference centers on widely observed changes in the 21st century workplace, workforce, and educational institutions.
For more information: http://www.aspaonline.org/spae/ or contact Dr. Gleb Nikitenko, 415-422-2151, email@example.com
LIEN CONFERENCE - CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Organizers for the 2013 Lien conference are currently accepting proposals until June 15. To submit a proposal on the conference theme "Public Service Delivery & Evaluation: International Perspectives," click here.
The conference is being organized by Nanyang Centre for Public Administration at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and School of International and Public Affairs at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China. Co-organizers include ASPA and its Section on Chinese Public Administration (SCPA). The Lien Conference is a premier venue for researchers and public management practitioners to share their new ideas, original research results and practical development experiences from Political Science, Public Administration and Public Policy related areas. To learn more, click here.