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College of Public Affairs

Accomplishments

Just a little bit of bragging about our faculty, staff, students and alumni.

  • Stephanie Dolamore (School of Public and International Affairs), was selected as a 2015 American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) Founders' Fellow. The Founders' Fellows program is ASPA's signature program for supporting the development of students and young professionals in the field of public administration. Fellows apply through a competitive process to be selected to attend ASPA's annual conference and participate in ASPA's mentoring program. Dolamore is a student in the Doctor of Public Administration program.
  • Renita Seabrook (School of Criminal Justice), assistant professor, was named one of The Daily Record's 2015 Top 100 Women. Launched in 1996, the award honors 100 outstanding women for professional accomplishment and dedication to community service and mentoring. Seabrook was selected out of 400 women who were nominated for the honor statewide.

  • Ivan Sascha Sheehan (School of Public and International Affairs) was selected by President Kurt Schmoke to receive the 2015 President's Faculty Award for outstanding contributions related to teaching, research and service in support of the University's mission.

  • Debra Stanley (School of Criminal Justice) was appointed to the Maryland Public Safety Leadership Academy, Executive Advisory Board.