Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management program, was quoted in the article, Is Trump Review Just Al Gore Reinventing Government 2.0? The story is written by John T. Bennett, Advanced Academics Programs’ MA in Global Security Studies program graduate. To read the entire article, click here.
Benjamin Ginsberg and Jennifer Bachner are going to be on the Lou Dobbs show on Fox national television during the 7:00-8:00 PM segment on Friday, March 10th, 2017. Lou Dobb is the host of Lou Dobbs Tonight, a program featuring a breakdown of the day’s top stories and how they impact the economy.
On February 22, 2017, scpr.org’s AirTalk featured Paul Weinstein, director of the MA in Public Management program, discussing whether AP classes adequately prepare students for college. Last year, nearly 3 million high school students took 4.7 million Advanced Placement (AP) exams around the world, a 5% increase from the previous cycle. Listen to this story (16 min 13 sec)
Do al Qaeda and ISIL fight the way they do because of their understanding of Islam? Or do they have the understanding of Islam they do because they are fighting? What do they believe anyway and what sort of theological contortions did they have to go through to justify those beliefs? Dr. Shiraz Maher of Kings read more…
Professor Benjamin Ginsberg, Chair of the AAP Center for Advanced Governmental Studies, was recently interviewed by C-SPAN.org about his new book, What Washington Gets Wrong: The Unelected Officials Who Actually Run the Government and Their Misconceptions about the American People.
The Bryce Harlow Foundation, the premier organization in Washington for government advocacy, is now accepting applications for its Bryce Harlow Fellowships. Fellowships are awarded to individuals working full-time, attending graduate school part-time and who anticipate having careers in the field of government relations, lobbying or advocacy. If you are working in the field of government read more…
The Presidential Management Fellowship Program (PMF) has announced the finalist for 2017 class. There were 6,370 applicants and 417 finalists for the 2017 class. AAP Career Services is proud to announce that AAP has 3 of the finalists. Please join us in congratulating, Alexander C. Ruda Fall 2016 graduate from Applied Economics, Jesse Sloman in read more…
James Carter, who currently teaches “Tax Policy” for the Public Management program at Johns Hopkins University was recently appointed to the Trump Presidential Transition Team. Carter, a veteran of two presidential administrations and former Counsel to the Senate Finance Committee has been teaching at Johns Hopkins for the last four years. PoliticoPro recently ran a read more…
Listen Listen to this brief podcast from JHU alum Tom Manatos (MA in Government, 2010) offering seasoned career tips for how to get a job in Washington, DC. Tom Manatos is the Director of Government Affairs at The Internet Association, a trade association representing America’s leading Internet companies and their global community of users. He read more…
Social scientists tackle messy issues and use statistics to gain purchase while recognizing that knowledge is built cumulatively, often in small steps, by many scholars over time. Jennifer Bachner Please see Dr. Jennifer Bachner’s profile and the dedicated landing page: Inspirational Women in Statistics and Data Science.
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