ASPA’s e-learning program offers the opportunity for Sections to provide webinars to SPAE and ASPA members to focusing on issues of importance in public administration education.

We encourage our section members to partner with ASPA in this endeavor. To review the all webinars as well as the two presented by SPAE members follow this link

Teaching Public Administration

Jan. 25, 2017
This webinar, in partnership with the Section on Public Administration Education, focused on methods for teaching public administration for both in person and distance learning settings.


Alex Henderson, Franklin University
Tristan Hall, Franklin University
Angela Kline, Moderator, ASPA Student Representative, University of Delaware

Tips on Effective Online Teaching in Political Science

March 29 2017

This webinar presented tips for effective online teaching took place on March 29, 2017 and was geared toward graduate students and early career professors with little-to-no online teaching experience, the discussion centered on the specific tools and strategies teachers can use to maximize the effectiveness of their remote courses.

Bruce Wilson, Professor of Political Science at the University of Central Florida , Melanie Smith, Assistant Professor of Public Administration at Park University. Watch the webinar here. 
From the Proposal to the Follow-Up: Getting Involved in SECoPA, NECOPA and MPAC

May 3, 2016
Looking for a way to get involved in regional public administration conferences? These regional conferences offer a great way to network with your fellow public administrators, hear about new research in the field and learn more about how public administration is carried out in different areas of the country. Representatives from the conferences will be on this webinar to describe themes and submission guidelines for upcoming events and highlight special opportunities for students and young professionals in conjunction with the conferences.


Stephen Kleinschmit (Western Michigan University)
Bing Ran (Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg)
Phin Xaypangna (Mecklenburg County Government, Learning and Development Services)
Angela Kline, Moderator (ASPA National Council Student Representative and Ph.D. Student, University of Delaware)