Student updates, spring 2017

Students – ASU Jeffrey Iles: Jeffrey Iles is a CORD student affiliate and is finishing a dual master’s program this semester in public administration and sustainability solutions at Arizona State University. As a CORD affiliate, Jeffrey is a researcher under the direction of Professor Nicole …

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Promotions, spring 2017

Wesley Kaufmann has been promoted to associate professor at the Tilburg School of Governance at Tilburg University Netherlands. Angel Molina will be assistant professor in the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University beginning fall 2017. Don Moynihan, an internationally recognized public management expert, …

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Projects and grants, spring 2017

Derrick Anderson has received a two-year grant from the National Science Foundation for research on the “behavioral and institutional determinants of public value knowledge outcomes in conservation science.” Anderson, a CORD affiliate and assistant professor in ASU’s School of Public Affairs, is the Co-PI. He …

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Publications and presentations, spring 2017

Ahn, Michael and Chen, Yu-Che (eds). (2017). Routledge Handbook on Information Technology in Government. Andersson, Fredrik O., Faulk, Lewis and Stewart, Amanda J. (2016). “Toward More Targeted Capacity Building: Diagnosing Capacity Needs Across Organizational Life Stages.” VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 27(6), …

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Service, spring 2017

Michael Ahn was elected as a council member at American Society for Public Administration’s National Council, representing district 1 (NJ, NY, RI, CT, MA, ME, VT and NH). Nicole Darnall was appointed to Editorial Board of Public Administration Review,  Senior Editor of Production and Operations …

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Honors and awards, spring 2017

Nicole Darnall was awarded the 2016 Best Journal Article from Academy of Management, Public and Nonprofit Management Division for her co-authored paper: Kim Y. and Darnall N. (2016). Business as a collaborative partner: understanding firms’ socio-political support for policy formation. Public Administration Review 76(2), 326-337. …

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CORD Director’s Letter, 2017

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 …

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CORD Speaker Series: Thomas Heinze

How Institutional Context Shapes the Growth of New Research Fields. Comparing Public Research Universities in the United States and Germany, 1980-2010 Friday March 17, 2017 11:00-12:00 pm UCENT 480 Abstract The paper examines how universities build up and expand research capabilities in new and emerging …

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CORD Speaker Series: Niels Opstrup

From a “taste of science” to a “taste for publications”? A qualitative study of how performance-based university research funding systems impact researchers’ intrinsic motivation for research February 23, 2017 11 a.m. UCENT 480 Abstract A growing number of countries have made public funding for universities depend …

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The First 100 Days of the Trump Presidency: What It Means for Healthcare in Arizona

Join a panel of Arizona policy makers to discuss healthcare initiatives consistent with the Trump Administration’s agenda. Tuesday, Feb. 28,

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