Fellows Program Launched Successfully

Researchers from around the world accepted their nominations to be CORD Fellows. This group of distinguished researchers provides the core for communicating and participating in CORD data sharing and collaborative research projects. Most important, the CORD network grows by adding interested researchers. Knowing the value …

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Dennis Dong to NCCU

NASP has lost one great asset but found another. The project director, CORD postdoc Dennis Dong, has taken a position as an assistant professor at National Chengchi University (NCCU), Taipei, Taiwan. NCCU is one of the elite universities of Taiwan and is best known for …

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ASU Faculty

Mary Feeney’s new book, Nonprofit Organizations & Civil Society in the United States, with Kelly LeRoux (CORD affiliate) is coming out soon. Feeney’s paper “When Employee and Organization Values Align: Job Satisfaction in Local Government” with Julie Langer (UIC Ph.D. student and CORD affiliate) was …

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Fellow News

Robert K. Christensen is the new doctoral program director at the University of Georgia, Department of Public Administration and Policy.  Cullen C. Merritt recently completed his Ph.D. at the University of Kansas and has accepted a position as an assistant professor at the School of …

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Affiliate News

Muhammad Azfar Nisar’s article titled “Higher Education Governance and Performance Based Funding as an Ecology of Games” has been accepted for publication in the journal Higher Education which is the number one journal in higher education according to Google Scholar.

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Kandyce Fernandez accepts position at UT, San Antonio

In August Kandyce will be starting her new position as an assistant professor in the Department of Public Administration at the University of Texas San Antonio. Housed within the College of Public Policy at UTSA’s downtown campus, the department offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in …

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New Scholars to Join CORD in fall 2014

Several distinguished faculty members will join CORD and the College of Public Programs in fall 2014. Dr. Mary Feeney: Dr. Feeney’s research focuses on public and nonprofit management, sector comparisons, and science and technology policy. Dr. Eric Welch: Dr. Welch’s research focuses on technology processes in public …

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Bozeman awarded NSF grant to study role of scientific and technical information in science policy

Credibility and Use of Scientific and Technical Information in Policy Making: An Analysis of the Information Bases of the National Research Council’s Committee Reports Authors: Barry Bozeman, Arizona State University and Jan Yountie, Georgia Institute of Technology National Science Foundation, Science of Science and Innovation …

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First Board of Advisors Meeting, December 10, 2013, Phoenix, AZ

CORD’s first Board of Advisors meeting was held on December 10, 2014 at ASU in Phoenix, AZ. Several advisors contributed to the center’s future plans and the following initiatives discussed are in development stages.  Among the ideas suggested by the Board and now being pursued …

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Wave of new scholars joins ASU School of Public Affairs

September 10, 2013 - A wave of renowned scholars recently joined an already world-class faculty at the ASU School of Public Affairs and are poised to build on its national reputation in teaching and research, and its legacy of contribution to Arizona communities. Newly appointed faculty include:
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