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WEST WINDSOR – Experienced public managers interested in obtaining a graduate degree to advance their leadership skills and enhance their potential in the public sector are invited to meet with representatives of the Rutgers-Camden Executive Master’s in Public Administration (EMPA) program at an... Read More
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Public and nonprofit managers can enhance their leadership and management skills in Rutgers’ convenient Mini-Master in Public Administration™ program being offered again this fall starting October 4. Read Press Release
The Conference Center at Mercer on the campus of Mercer County Community College in West Windsor will be the new location for Rutgers’ Executive Master in Public Administration (EMPA) program offered by the Rutgers-Camden Department of Public Policy and Administration (DPPA) in partnership with... Read More
Rutgers Camden is now accepting applications for the Saturday classes of the Off-campus program. Rutgers Camden DDPA offers Mini-MPA credits toward EMPA degree.
GovManagement Daily reports new study addresses the expected retirement of two-thirds of the Senior Executive Service in the next five years. The report by the Partnership for Public Service and McKinsey & Co. calls for formal training programs and new efforts to find outside talent and... Read More
Rutgers Professors Dorothy Olshfski and Angie McGuire discussed the changing character of local communities here in New Jersey from their research on the future of New Jersey Municipalities. News12 New Jersey - NJ Power & Politics with Jim McQueeney.
By Megan DeMarco New Jersey towns are universally cutting back in municipal staffing as a way to address budget shortfalls, according to a survey conducted by the State League of Municipalities and Rutgers University. Read more at nj.com.  
By Bob Braun Those who take delight in the frenzy of recrimination against government and people who work for it should spend some time with Dorothy Olshfski and Angie McGuire, two Rutgers faculty members who are studying the consequences of the slow destruction of a sense of community... Read More
By Melinda Caliendo New Jersey’s municipal governments are between the rock and the hard place of reduced revenue and increased service needs, and according to the Rutgers University Center for Executive Leadership in Government, resetting the ideas of how local government works might be the... Read More
By Shawn Boburg New Jersey town managers have exhausted the cost-cutting methods used to get through past economic downturns and should ask taxpayers what services they are willing to give up, say two Rutgers professors who study local government. Read more at northjersey.com.

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