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12:04 p.m., Jan. 23, 2013--Maria Aristigueta has been elected vice president of the American Society for Public Administration.
As vice president, Aristigueta, who is the Charles P. Messick
Professor of Public Administration and director of the University of
Delawares School of Public Policy and Administration,
will also be a member of the society's National Council and of the
council's executive committee. She will take office at the society's
national conference in March and will then become president-elect in
2014 and will begin serving as president in 2015.
Aristiguetas teaching and research interests are primarily in the
areas of performance management and organizational behavior, and she
also works with the schools Institute for Public Administration to assist state and local agencies and nonprofits.
She is the author of numerous publications, including Managing for Results in State Government and Civil Society in Cuba, and is coauthor of Organizational Behavior in the Public and Non-Profit Sectors and Practice-Based Performance Management: An International Handbook. She hosted the first Transatlantic Dialogue in the United States with European colleagues at UD.
In September, Aristigueta, who currently is on sabbatical, traveled
to the University of Salerno in Italy, where she taught graduate courses
and conducted comparative research as a Fulbright Specialist.
The American Society for Public Administration is the largest and
most prominent professional association in the field. It distributes
three publications to its members, advances ethics and integrity in
public service and governance, and promotes dialogue on social equity
Photo by Ambre Alexander
Originally published by UDaily
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