Throughout the year, ASPA hosts, co-sponsors or organizes several events for members and other individuals in the public management field. This includes webinars, workshops, regional and international conferences, as well as special events.
There are also events organized by ASPA sections. Among ASPA signature events are:
ASPA ANNUAL CONFERENCE
2014 Annual Conference - March 14 - 18, 2014, The Mayflower Renaissance, Washington DC.
2015 Annual Conference - March 6-10, Chicago, IL. Hyatt Regency
2016 Annual Conference - March 18-22, Seattle WA. Westin Hotel
2017 Annual Conference - March 17-21, Atlanta, GA. Sheraton Hotel
ASPA AFFILIATED CONFERENCES
Southeastern Conference on Public Administration
SECoPA enhances the public service field in the Southeast by providing opportunities for scholarly & practice-based exchanges, professional development & networking, nurturing students, new practitioners & academics and developing leaders in the profession.
Northeast Conference on Public Administration
NECoPA provides support for universities in the northeast region as they work to plan and host the annual NECoPA conference. This event, the annual regional conference of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), is intended to provide educational opportunities for scholars, practitioners and others interested in public service in a collaborative environment by educating the general public and members of the organization on current issues, research, and practice in public and nonprofit organizations.
COMPA Annual Conference - March 13-14, 2014
The Conference of Minority Public Administrators (COMPA) will hold its Annual Conference March 13-14 at the historic Mayflower Renaissance two days before ASPA's Annual Conference. Come to DC early and attend the COMPA conference.
The conference theme is "Public Administration: Global Perspectives for Addressing the Needs of Under-Represented Communities." Registration is now available online or by mail. To mail you application, download the form.
Midwest Public Affairs Conference - March 26-29, 2014
The inaugural Midwest Public Affairs Conference will be held in Fort Wayne, In. The Call for Proposals is currently open. To read, click here. The theme for the conference is 'Does Management Still Matter?' The conference will be held the Walb Student Union at Indiana University.
The Midwest Public Affairs Conference (MPAC) is an educational consortium formed to promote research, collaboration and socialization for academics, graduate students, and practitioners. To learn more, click here.
Annual Conference of the UK Public Administration Committee (PAC) and the US Teaching Public Administration Conference (TPAC) - 2014
The annual Teaching Public Administration Conference (TPAC) organized by ASPA's Section on Public Administration Education in 2014 will be held in collaboration with the Annual Conference of the UK Public Administration Committee (PAC). Organizers invite scholars and practitioners to this collaborative gathering to explore the conference theme, “Public Leadership in an Age of Austerity: Contestability and Conflict?” To learn more, click here.
International Conference on Public Administration
Each year, ASPA along with the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) in the P.R. China and the Chinese Public Administration Society Journal (CPAS), P.R. China host the International Conference on Public Administration. This invites scholars from around the globe to engage on topics of public management affecting countries. The theme for this year's conference is Advancing Public Management: Excellence & Innovation Worldwide. To learn more, visit www.icpa-uestc.cn.
AMEPPA SESAME CONFERENCE ON MIDDLE EAST
Organizers invite scholars and practitioners in the Middle East and around the world to participate in this important conference and be part of a scholarly movement dedicated to public service and public interest in the Middle East. To learn more, 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.