Read the article written by Dr. Philip Plotch.
WNYC.org published new audio and video interviews with Saint Peter’s own Dr. Philip Plotch regarding the controversial new expansion to the Tappan Zee Bridge.
On Wednesday, May 13 students in the master’s program in public administration gathered with their family and friends as well as with their professors and members of the Saint Peter’s community to present their capstone projects. The event provided the students with an excellent opportunity to showcase the knowledge and skills they had honed during their […]
Dr. Philip Plotch, Director of Master of Public Administration Program and Assistant Professor of Political Science at Saint Peter’s University, recently wrote an opinion piece on the George Washington Bridge scandal. Read the full article on NorthJersey.com
Adjunct Lecturer Cordell Schachter has been featured in Government Technology‘s research report “Best Practices for 24/7 Government.” Cordell is the CTO of the NYC Department of Transportation and teacher of the Information Technology for Public Administrators class at Saint Peter’s University.
Saint Peter’s University announced in a press release the creation of the University’s external advisory board for the master’s program in public administration.
On February 23rd, Saint Peter’s played host to five panelists for a discussion on Port Authority reform. The Jersey Journal covered the event in the article “Panel’s answer on Port Authority reform: better leadership, transparency.”
Saint Peter’s University will host a bipartisan, bi-state panel on reforming the Port Authority. The event, “How Should We Fix the Port Authority?,” will be held on Monday, February 23 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in The Duncan Family Sky Room in the Mac Mahon Student Center. The panel will feature a number of key […]
NJ.com published the full article, which can be read here.
One of our MPA students, Pamela Johnson, spoke with Hudson County View at a fundraiser for her organization – The Jersey City Anti-Violence Coalition Movement.