Luther Gulick Papers Digital Access Project

We are pleased to invite scholars in Washington, DC and the surrounding region to a public talk on the creation of a digitized archive of Luther Gulick’s papers at Baruch College. Join us on Monday, Oct. 17 at noon in the Marvin Center, Rooms 402-404, The George Washington University, for a presentation by two archivists … More Luther Gulick Papers Digital Access Project

Lucio: Value of Local Public Administrators Represented in Immigration Policy

From Joanna Lucio, author of Public Administrators and Noncitizens, from our September 2016 issue. In 2006, I arrived in Phoenix, AZ to the chants of “si, se pueda!” as immigrants and their supporters participated in peaceful protests for immigrant rights. Marches along the streets of major cities have been a common occurrence around the country … More Lucio: Value of Local Public Administrators Represented in Immigration Policy

Public Administrators Are People, Too–A closer look at the July A&S

Richard Box’s review article in the July edition of A&S weaves together three threads of the “human element” in public administration. The management perspective in administration often leaves the machinations of public administration on the ground in, well, a very mechanical state; pull the lever here to add more resources, push the button there to … More Public Administrators Are People, Too–A closer look at the July A&S