Public Affairs Doctoral Student Named ASPA Founders' Fellow
December 19, 2019
Contact: Office of Government and Public Affairs
Jasmine Greene, a student in the Doctor of Public Administration program in the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs and a research analyst for UB's Schaefer Center for Public Policy, was selected as a 2020 ASPA Founders' Fellow by the American Society for Public Administration. Greene is one of 21 students selected for the fellowship from institutions around the world.
Following a competitive review process, Founders' Fellows receive substantial professional development and networking opportunities, and are paired with a seasoned scholar or practitioner who serves as their mentor for their fellowship year, according to the ASPA. They also present their scholarship during the ASPA Annual Conference,
"ASPA's Founders' Fellows program is one of the best ways for new public administration professionals to expand their networks, participate in groundbreaking research and learn from some of the biggest names in the field," says Founders’ Fellows Committee Chair Galia Cohen, a senior lecturer of public and nonprofit management at the University of Texas at Dallas. "We are very pleased with the caliber of the incoming Fellows and look forward to helping them have a productive year in the program."
Learn more about the University of Baltimore's College of Public Affairs and the D.P.A.