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Dear CORD members,
During 2016-2017 academic year, the Center for Organization Research and Design continues to flourish and to look for new ways to serve its fellows, affiliates and students. As the 2017-2018 academic year unfolds CORD becomes more expansive in its activities. Our Center provides an anchor to research and scholarly activity at Arizona State University and, at the same time, provides a vital link among policy and administration scholars around the world.
Some of the highlights of the year thus far include:
CORD’s pro bono project for the year has been headed by CORD Associate Director Nicole Darnall. The project focuses on green procurement and CORD researchers are working with officials of the City of Phoenix, among others. The project has led to funding from the V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation, in addition to the Social Science Research Council.” Their project participants include Stuart Bretschneider, Lilly Hsueh, Justin Stritch, Jeffery Iles, Caitlin Burwell, Jorge Suarez, and Post-doctoral researcher Melissa Duscha.
Thomas J. Betlach, Director of of Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System
Christina Corieri, Senior Policy Advisor, Office of the Governor Doug Ducey
Luis Heredia, District Director for U.S. House Representative Ruben Gallego
Jodi R. Liggett, Vice President of Public Affairs, Planned Parenthood Arizona/Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona
Flavio Marsiglia, Director of the Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center and Distinguished Foundation Professor of Cultural Diversity and Health, Arizona State University
Monica Gaughan, Associate Professor (School of Human Evolution and Social Change, ASU) was moderator.
Looking forward, the CORD Board of Advisor meeting will occur in June in Washington, D.C., at the same period as the Public Management Research Conference.
CORD is among the many welcoming a new Director of the ASU School of Public Affairs, Professor Don Siegel. Don is one of the best-known scholars in innovation management and president of the International Technology Transfer Society.
In short, we progress. Please stay in touch and make sure that we know about developments and events in your career and professional life. If you have ideas for CORD activities, we are always happy to hear them.