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Kendra Stewart on Choosing What’s Right for You, Communication in Government, and the Future of PA

Kendra Stewart on Choosing What’s Right for You, Communication in Government, and the Future of PA

June 24, 2021

Bruce talks with Dr. Kendra Stewart from the College of Charleston. Dr. Stewart discusses her experience of finding public administration and succeeding in graduate school and on the tenure track. She also discusses the role that communication plays in effective public administration, the importance of the politics-administration dichotomy, and the future of public administration.

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Mary Feeney on Falling into Public Administration

Mary Feeney on Falling into Public Administration

June 10, 2021

Join Josie for a conversation with Dr. Mary Feeney, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory and professor from Arizona State University. Dr. Feeney talks about her experience of finding academia and the belief that a degree is the way to a better life. She also talks about her experiences in undergraduate and graduate school as a first generation student, the challenges that presented, and how she works to mentor students to help them overcome similar situations. Finally, she talks about the path to becoming an editor the responsibility that comes with the position.

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Sarah Young and Kimberly Wiley on Faculty Sexual Misconduct

Sarah Young and Kimberly Wiley on Faculty Sexual Misconduct

May 20, 2021

Bruce talks with Drs. Sarah Young from the University of North Georgia and Kimberly Wiley from the University of Florida. Drs. Young and Wiley discuss the problem of faculty sexual assault in academia and the field of public administration. They also discuss how we can take steps to address the problem and move forward as a community.

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Ana-Maria Dimand and Juniper Katz on Surviving the PhD and the Job Market and Succeeding as Early Career Faculty

Ana-Maria Dimand and Juniper Katz on Surviving the PhD and the Job Market and Succeeding as Early Career Faculty

May 6, 2021

On this episode, Josie talks with Drs. Ana-Maria Dimand from Boise State University and Juniper Katz from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Drs. Dimand and Katz discuss their experience as early career faculty in the field of public administration. They also discuss the experience of surviving the PhD process and succeeding on the job market during the pandemic.

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John Diamond and Jeremy Hall on the Review Process and the Challenge it Poses for Publishing

John Diamond and Jeremy Hall on the Review Process and the Challenge it Poses for Publishing

December 10, 2020

Bruce talks with Dr. John Diamond from Edge Hill University and co-editor-in-chief of Teaching Public Administration and Jeremy Hall from University of Central Florida and co-editor-in-chief of Public Administration Review. Drs. Diamond and Hall discuss the review process of academic journal and the challenges that academic publishing is experiencing with that process. They also discuss the role and responsibility of the review and how the overall process can be improved.

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Daniel Smith and Domonic Bearfield on Recruiting and Supporting Diverse Students into Public Administration

Daniel Smith and Domonic Bearfield on Recruiting and Supporting Diverse Students into Public Administration

October 15, 2020

On this episode, Bruce talks with Drs. Daniel Smith from the University of Delaware and Domonic Bearfield from Rutgers University. Drs. Bearfield and and Smith discuss their experience in the field of public administration and the academy. They also discuss issues of diversity within the field and how we can be more proactive at recruiting and welcoming diverse individuals into the academy.

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Jeremy Hall on Publishing, Networking, and PAR

Jeremy Hall on Publishing, Networking, and PAR

May 7, 2020

Josie and Bruce talk with Dr. Jeremy Hall from the University of Central Florida. Dr. Hall discusses his experience choosing public administration and an academic career and his approach to networking within the field. He also discusses his role as co-editor of Public Administration Review, the mechanics of managing a journal, and what editors wish we knew.

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David Swindell on Engaged Research, Community Impact, and Choosing Your Trajectory

David Swindell on Engaged Research, Community Impact, and Choosing Your Trajectory

April 23, 2020

Bruce talks with Dr. David Swindell from Arizona State University. Dr. Swindell discusses the connection of public administration to applied research within the community and the incentive structure within higher education to not engage in the work. He also discusses the challenge to overcome that incentive structure, why the structure should be reformed, and how he made the choice to ignore the system and do the work he felt matters.

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Will Hatcher and Bruce McDonald on “The Public Affairs Faculty Manual”

Will Hatcher and Bruce McDonald on “The Public Affairs Faculty Manual”

April 10, 2020

On this episode,join our special guest host Staci Zavattaro from the University of Central Florida as she interviews Will and Bruce about their new book, The Public Affairs Faculty Manual.

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Donald Moynihan and Pamela Herd on Collaborations, Work-Life Balance, and Portfolios of Research

Donald Moynihan and Pamela Herd on Collaborations, Work-Life Balance, and Portfolios of Research

March 26, 2020

On this episode, join Bruce for an interview with Drs. Pamela Herd and Donald Moynihan from Georgetown University. Drs. Herd and Moynihan talk about their experience working together and finding collaborations for research. They also discuss the the importance of a research agenda that is both exploitative and exploratory in nature, as well as the challenge of the publishing timeline and the difficulty of work-life balance.

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