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Maria Aristigueta is director of UD's School of Public Policy and
Administration, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary with events
throughout the academic year.
1:24 p.m., Oct. 24, 2011--The University of Delaware School of Public Policy and Administration (SPPA), which has undergone changes in its name and college
and expanded its breadth of academic programs to include new graduate
and undergraduate degrees, celebrates its 50-year anniversary this
Established in 1961 with funding from the Ford Foundation, SPPA
became one of the first interdisciplinary university programs in the
nation to focus on the challenges of urban America.
A half-century later, we have emerged as a globally recognized,
comprehensive school of public affairs, with nationally-ranked academic
programs and research and public service programs that impact the public
and nonprofit sectors at all levels, says SPPA Director Maria
To celebrate its 50-year milestone, the school will convene a series
of distinguished lectures culminating in a day of celebration on March
19 that includes a conference for students and young alumni on careers
in public and community service and a reception in honor of SPPAs
local, national, and global partners.
A list of anniversary events can be found on the schools website.
The commemorative events scheduled for the year are free and open to the public.
Photo by Ambre Alexander
Originally published by UDaily.
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