Rosenberg Dialogue Series: Public-Private Partnerships in an Age of Austerity

School of Law Moot Court Room

The College of Public Affairs Rosenberg Dialogue Series presents:

Public-Private Partnerships in an Age of Austerity: State-Local and Federal-State Dynamics

co-sponsored by the Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics, during A Silver Celebration of its 25th anniversary

The Rosenberg Dialogue Series explores opportunities for the private sector to work in partnership with the public and nonprofit (NGO) sectors to create a vibrant and economically strong society. This dialogue delves into how federalism and intergovernmental relations influence the type and extent of such partnerships.


  • John Callahan, executive in residence and program director, UB College of Public Affairs, School of Health and Human Services
  • John Willis, executive in residence, UB College of Public Affairs, School of Public and International Affairs

moderated by Alan Lyles, Henry A Rosenberg Chair for Public, Private and Nonprofit Partnerships

A lunch, hosted by the Hoffberger Center, will follow.

free and open to the public but an R.S.V.P. is requested

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Cynthia Opkaunle
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Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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