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UD's Maria Aristigueta was installed this week as president of the American Society for Public Administration.
9:36 a.m., March 11, 2015--Maria Aristigueta, the Charles P.
Messick Professor of Public Administration in the University of
Delawares School of Public Policy and Administration,
was installed this week as president of the American Society for Public
Administration (ASPA) at the organizations annual conference in
Aristigueta, who has served as director of the School of Public
Policy and Administration for six years, recently took a leave from that
position, but continues as associate director, while she leads the
ASPA. She is the first Delawarean elected to the national position.
The theme for her presidency is ASPAs role in strengthening
democracy and public service values. She plans a variety of initiatives
to strengthen the ASPA connection with nongovernmental entities, improve
the image of the public sector, promote greater recognition and support
for the value of public service, grow the societys membership
particularly among young practitioners, scholars and contractors and
enhance ASPAs memorandums of understanding throughout the world.
Founded in 1939, the ASPA is the largest and most prominent
interdisciplinary professional association in public administration. Its
diverse membership is made up of 8,000 faculty members, practitioners
The societys four core values are accountability and performance, professionalism, ethics and social equity.
ASPA also publishes Public Administration Review (PAR),
the fields premier journal, and offers a variety of programs and
activities for students, young professionals and experienced public
The organization celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2014 and PAR will celebrate its 75th this year. More information can be found at this website.
Photo by Ambre Alexander Payne
Originally published by UDaily
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