HPS Research Seminars

HPS holds a monthly research seminar series during the academic year for faculty to present their groundbreaking research. A full schedule can be found below when the events are posted.


 

 

 

 

Chester A. Newland Public Administration Colloquium Series

Fall 2022

Department of Public Administration University of North Texas

Time: 1 – 2 p.m.

Place: Chilton Hall 245

 

 

Sept. 9

"Understanding What Community Needs: 2022 Denton County Needs Assessment."
Theodore "Teddy" Yan, Director of Financial Initiatives, United Way of Denton County

Sept. 23

“Federal Policy Responses to Voluntary Failure: Increasing Cross-Sector Interdependency in Homeless Services During COVID-19.”
Sara Ford (3rd year; Adviser: HeeSoun Jang)

“The Effect of Neighborhood Institutions on Disaster Recovery: Households’ Reinvestment in Property after Disasters?”
Younghwan Jeon (5th Year; Adviser: S.A. Andrew)

Oct. 14 “Exploring State and Local Government Strategies in the Transition to Sustainable Mobility.”
Dr. Jayce Farmer, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy and Leadership, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Oct. 28

“Local Government Constitutional Reform: The Case of Municipal Charter.”
Kingsley Ukwandi (4th year; Adviser: S.A. Andrew)

“Analyzing Joint Effect of Network and Community Attributes on Network Performance: Evidence from the Homeless Housing Program.”
Jintak Kim (4th Year; Adviser: HeeSoun Jang)

Nov. 11 “Public Mental Health Facility Closures and Criminal Justice Contact in Chicago.”
Dr. Agustina Laurito, Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, University of Illinois-Chicago
Nov. 18 “When the Bough Breaks: Urban Form and Social Control in Belarus.”
Dr. Nathan Hutson, Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration, University of North Texas
Dec. 2 “Do I belong here? Evaluating the Purpose of Undergraduate Education.”
Dr. Laura Keyes, Senior Lecturer and Dr. Lauren A. Fischer, Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration, University of North Texas

 

The Chester Newland Public Administration Colloquium Series is coordinated by Drs. Simon A. Andrew and HeeSoun Jang in consultation with the faculty in the Department of Public Administration. Please email any inquiries to sandrew@unt.edu.