In 2022, SPAE contributed three articles for the PA Times. This is the allocated number from ASPA. The articles covered teaching-related topics such as collaboration, empathy, and ethics. We sought out articles from our Section members and attempted to create a diversity of vices in our authors. The authors for this year were:
- Facilitating Empathy and Ethics in Public Administration Praxis and Pedagogy by Karen D. Sweeting, Ph.D. (preferred pronouns she/her/hers) is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Rhode Island.
- Achieving More Together by Lois M. Warner, Ph.D., Assistant Teaching Professor, School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University.
- Wicked Elephants in the Classroom by Tosha Cantrell-Bruce, Ph.D., has taught public and nonprofit administration for 13 years. She currently builds courses and teaches online for several universities each semester.
In 2023 we will continue to publish 3-4 PA Times articles related to teaching public administration or nonprofit management. We have several articles in the works, but if anyone would like to be involved in this process or has ideas for a PA Times article, please contact Gregg.Buckingham@ucf.edu
The attached page links PA Times columns that have been written by members of our Section in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 on increasing the awareness of public administration educational issues and discussing innovative curricula and pedagogical approaches across a wide range of topics.