Public Administration

UTSA restorative and criminal justice scholar Michael Gilbert retires Date: 04/24/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Demography Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff Policy Studies Center

After 26 years of service to UTSA, associate professor of criminal justice Michael J. Gilbert is retiring.

Community, students, and faculty participate in engaging discussion with key immigration advocate Date: 04/14/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Demography Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff Policy Studies Center

Courtesy of IBC Bank, the UTSA College of Public Policy had the opportunity to host Mr. Ali Noorani, Executive Director of the National Immigration Forum, an advocacy organization promoting the value of immigrants and immigration to discuss his new book titled "There Goes the Neighborhood: How Communities Overcome Prejudice and Meet the Challenge of American Immigration.

COPP recognizes most outstanding students Date: 04/14/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Criminal Justice Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff Social Work Faculty Staff

Nohelia Villeda, COPP Scholar and dual major in criminal justice and public administration, won the most outstanding student award in the undergraduate category.  Lily Tremaine, social work student, received the most outstanding student award in the graduate category.  

Congratulations!

UTSA MPA alumna Colleen Swain featured in the Sombrilla Date: 04/11/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff

Colleen Swain, MPA '04 and College of Public Policy alumna, is Director of the World Heritage Office, and is passionate about enhancing the experience for visitors to San Antonio.

Students get career advice from one of HUD’s former key leaders Date: 04/06/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff

Former Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Jaime Castillo talks to public administration students about how he developed his career and offers advice for students who want to craft their profession in public policy.