School of Public Policy & Administration

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The School of Public Policy and Administration offers Master’s Programs in Public Policy and Administration, Sustainable Energy Policy, and Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership, a PhD in Public Policy, as well as graduate diploma programs in Public Policy and Program Evaluation, Indigenous Policy and Administration, Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership, Health Policy, Public Management and Sustainable Development.

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SPPA Prof. Marc-André Gagnon, Researcher in Pharmaceutical Policy to host conference February 26

How can we ensure the appropriate and safe use of medications in Canada? When: February 26, 2016 Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (followed by reception) Location: River Building Room: 2nd Floor Atrium and Conference Rooms Cost: Free Email contact:... More

Friday, February 12th, 2016 in Conferences Feed for all posts filed under Conferences, External Departments & Joint Events Feed for all posts filed under External Departments & Joint Events, Faculty and Instructors Feed for all posts filed under Faculty and Instructors

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SPPA PhD Candidate Mary Bartram publishes in the Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health

No More “Us” and “Them”: Integrating Recovery and Well-Being into a Conceptual Model for Mental Health Policy Gillian Mulvale, Assistant Professor Health Policy and Management, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University Mary Bartram, School of Public Policy and... More

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016 in Articles Feed for all posts filed under Articles, PhD Feed for all posts filed under PhD

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Alexandra Mallett quoted in Ottawa Life article on future energy use in Canada

Excerpt from article… Meanwhile, the clean energy industry is constantly expanding. The government is embracing the change, looking for opportunities to make facilities more sustainable, says Alexandra Mallett, an energy-policy expert at Carleton University. In 2009, the Ontario government... More

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 in Articles Feed for all posts filed under Articles, Faculty and Instructors Feed for all posts filed under Faculty and Instructors

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