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Maria Aristigueta, director of UD's School of Public Policy and
Administration, has been named a Fulbright Specialist at the University
11:53 a.m., July 23, 2012--Maria Aristigueta, professor and director of the University of Delaware's School of Public Policy and Administration,
has been named a Fulbright Specialist for the University of Salerno in
Italy, where she will spend six weeks teaching graduate coursework in
organizational behavior and performance management, working with
administrators to address public administration curricula, and building
and strengthening partnerships between the two institutions.
The University of Salernos Department of Business Studies and
Research is renowned for its expertise in management surrounding public
administration and non-profit organizations.
Aristigueta, who will leave for Italy in mid-September, will work
closely with the department to widen its international network, explore
new fields and research methodologies, and assist in curriculum
In addition to her work in administration, she will also present
graduate-level lectures and conduct comparative research on performance
management systems in Italy.
The School of Public Policy and Administration has had a memorandum
of understanding with the University of Salerno since 2008, and has
since hosted visiting scholars as well as a current doctoral student.
Aristigueta said she hopes her experience as a Fulbright Specialist
will further cement and expand partnerships between the two
I look forward to the opportunity to build this overseas
relationship, she said. I envision this will provide our students and
faculty with further opportunities for exchange in study abroad,
research and other academic endeavors.
Following her position as Fulbright Specialist in Italy, Aristigueta
said she plans to spend time conducting research in South Africa with
During her sabbatical, Leland Ware, the Louis L. Redding Chair for
the Study of Law and Public Policy, will serve as acting director of
About Maria Aristigueta
Maria 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.
Aristigueta is the author of numerous publications, including Managing for Results in State Government and Civil Society in Cuba and 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.
She received her bachelor's degree in social work and master's degree
in public administration from the University of South Florida in 1977
and 1980, respectively. She earned a doctorate in public administration
at the University of Southern California in 1997.
About the Fulbright Specialist Program
The Fulbright Specialist Program
promotes linkages between U.S. academics and professionals and their
counterparts at host institutions overseas. The program is designed to
award grants to qualified U.S. faculty and professionals, in select
disciplines, to engage in short-term collaborative projects at host
institutions in over 100 countries worldwide.
Article by Artika Rangan Casini
Photo by Ambre Alexander
Originally published by UDaily.
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