The Department of Public Administration prepares men and women for careers in public service. The graduate division of the department offers Master of Public Administration degrees with tracks in government, health care, and not-for-profit management, and environmental management. Career opportunities range from positions in local, state and federal government agencies to voluntary, proprietary and not for profit organizations

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Submissions from 2013

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Evaluation of the Marketing Strategies of the Case Management Society of America, Veronica Chepak

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Wireless Cell Towers and Antennae: Municipal and Private Relationship, James M. Collins

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A Youth Revolt: Discerning the Impact of “One-and-Done” Rule On Major Collegiate Championship Teams at the Division I Level, Erik Harris

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The Fiscal Inequality of College Students, Matthew Landau

Submissions from 2011

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New York State and Mid-Hudson Valley Nonprofits: The Impacts of Late Contract Payments, Jodi Fernandes

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Economic Development in Downtown Ossining Since 1969, Lutonya Russell-Humes

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How an Ethnic Store Impacts a Community - The Case of Kam Sen Foods in White Plains, Tiantian Tang

Submissions from 2009

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Venture Philanthropy in 2009: Developments in the Field Since "Virtuous Capital", Annika Many

Submissions from 2008

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The Relationship of Patient Falls to Prevention Policies in Hospitals: A Case Study, Cornelia Branzan

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Artificial Transitive Fatty Acid (TFA) Ban in Restaurants in US Cities: NYC-DOH TFA Ban as a Model for Proactive Public Health Policy, Vidia S. Ramdeen

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Health Insurance Policy in New York City and Westchester County, Colin Stone

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Environmental Stewardship of the Vermont Ski Industry and the Public's Willingness to Support, Karina V. Warshaw