GSPIA's Office of Student Services will host an information session for prospective students at 10:00 a.m. - noon on Sat., Dec. 6, in Posvar Hall, room 3911. Enrollment counselors will be available to answer your questions, introduce you to GSPIA’s degree offerings, and provide helpful tips about what the admissions committee hopes to see in successful applicants. Financial aid and career options will be covered. This is an ideal session for anyone considering a PhD, Master of Public Administration, Master of Public & International Affairs, Master of International Development, or Master of Public Policy & Management. To register, click here or for more information call, 412-648-7640 or email, email@example.com.
Centers & Initiative
2014 GSPIA Graduation
In an editorial to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Assistant Professor Jennifer Murtazashvili, suggests dialogue as a more appropriate form of discourse than the “polarizing” forms of rhetoric that the proprietors of the Conflict Kitchen engage in when discussing impactful conflicts like Afghanistan.
The Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership is proud to announce this year's winner of the Exemplary Leadership Award - Sandra Taylor, Executive Director of Sustainable Business International - a true leader in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability.
To ensure that unconventional shale gas development (UGD) yields net social benefits, we need to identify the magnitude and distribution of its benefits and costs and develop effective technological, management, and regulatory strategies to minimize potential adverse effects. A major obstacle to achieve these goals is the gaps in the collection, access, and dissemination of information.
GSPIA recently honored Devendra Panday (MPIA ‘64/PhD ’68) with the Distinguished Alumnus Award, the school’s highest honor, for his commitment and dedication to public service.
Two University of Pittsburgh faculty members will be inducted this week as Fellows of the National Academy of Public Administration, making Pitt’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) one of only two schools in the country to have two fellows elected this year.
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Carolyn Ban breaks new ground by analyzing the European Commission from a public management perspective. Based on extensive interviews conducted over six years, it explores how the European Commission faced the challenge of enlargement, how it recruited and socialized thousands of new staff members, and its success in integrating newcomers.
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