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Paul Weinstein’s Article in RealClear

Paul Weinstein

Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management program, publishes a new op-ed in the RealClear Policy: Time to Get DC’s Finances Under Control. In 1995, a Republican-led Congress worked with President Bill Clinton to get the District back on track. They created the District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Management Assistance Authority — better read more…

Intelligence History Brownbag with Dr. Rory Cormac

Rory Cormac

Dr. Rory Cormac speaking on his new book Disrupt and Deny: Spies, Special Forces and the Secret Pursuit of British Foreign Policy. Dr. Cormac is an Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Nottingham and a visiting scholar in the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies of Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs. Date and time:  October read more…

Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer’s Paper in Journal of Commercializing Biotechnology

Lynn Johnson Langer, PhD, MBA

Effective Leadership through Bioentrepreneurship and Bioinnovation Abstract Biotechnology firms need leaders that can lead scientists beyond the science and turn new discoveries into commercially viable products. Bioentrepreneurial leaders are continuous learners; they are adaptable to change and flexible, they are not afraid to take risks, and they challenge existing assumptions with the objective of generating read more…

September 2018 AAP Student Newsletter

September 2018 AAP Student Newsletter

Welcome back for another semester at Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs! As students fill our classrooms – online, and in DC, Baltimore, and Rockville -Student Services is excited to roll out AAP’s inaugural Student Newsletter. Check back each month for news, upcoming events and important information to support your success. We are thrilled you read more…

AAP Alumni Veronica Goodman Discusses Her New Children’s Book

Veronica Goodman L is for Law

AAP’s MA in Public Management and MS in Applied Economics programs alumni Veronica Goodman discusses on NBC Washington her new book, a humorous children’s alphabet book about law, L is for Law (Published Monday, Sep. 24, 2018 ). From Attorney to Zealous Advocacy, L is for Law is a humorous, colorful introduction to the language of law for read more…

Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Dr. Paolo Rondelli

Dr. Paolo Rondelli

Our most recent podcast: Episode 18-04 San Marino: A Small Republic with a Big History An interview with Dr. Paolo Rondelli Perched on Mount Titano and surrounded on all sides by the country of Italy, San Marino, is a small republic with a big history. The San Marino historic center and Mount Titano gained UNESCO World Heritage read more…

Environmental Sciences and Policy Student John Toohey in Washington Post

Environmental

Puerto Rico’s government and a number of groups have raised awareness of the suffering from Hurricane Maria. AAP’s Masters of Science in Environmental Sciences and Policy student John Toohey (John Morales) has attempted to provide some clarity on interpreting death tolls associated with the event. Please see his article, Why Hurricane Maria’s death toll is read more…

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