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COPP and League of Women Voters host District 5 Candidate Forum Date: 03/21/17 | 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

The San Antonio City Council has reached a record number of candidates running for the District 5 seat.  Find out their stance on the local issues prior to the general election.

Public Administration student accepted for paid internship with COSA Office of Sustainability Date: 03/03/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff

Public Administration undergraduate student Lisa Cervantes was accepted for a one year paid internship with the City of San Antonio's Office of Sustainability - a position usually reserved for graduate students.

Dieter Cantu goes from juvie to Peace Corps Date: 02/22/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff

Dieter Cantu graduated with a degree in public administration in 2015.  He continues to soar higher reaching new goals and inspiring youth to realize their full potential.  

Public administration students and alumni inducted into 2017 Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society Date: 02/17/17 | Posted in: Copp Dean’s Office Faculty Staff Public Administration Faculty Staff

Students and alumni of UTSA's BPA and MPA programs became a part of the 2017 distinguished Public Administration Honor Society Pi Alpha Alpha.  Members were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements.

UTSA faculty are helping public authorities update their housing policies Date: 02/15/17 | 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

In a new paper, Dr. Rebecca J. Walter, assistant professor for the UTSA Department of Urban and Regional Planning and co-authors Dr. Jill Viglione and Dr. Marie Skubak Tillyer from the Department of Criminal Justice are helping housing authorities update their admission policies for individuals with criminal records.  The goal is to help reduce recidivism and remove barriers to successful reentry for former inmates.