Did you catch the latest activities of our alumni, students and faculty in outreach and publishing? Here are some of the latest, including some from our newest faculty members, Drs. Ken Chilton and Kyujin Jung…
- The alarming lack of U.S. strategy (2015.09.07) Dean Michael Harris
- Quest for meaningful life and pursuit of happiness (2015.07.27) Dean Michael Harris
- Dean Harris has written other LinkedIn articles on a variety of topics – you can read them here
PA Times Online
- The Volkswagen Debacle: a triumph for nonprofits and the public sector (2015.10.13) Dr. Ken Lovett (PhD ’14)
- Anxieties of Federalism and Common Core (2015.08.18) Dr. Meg Streams and Alex Frederick (MPA ’14)
- Gentrification through the Lens of Different Publics (2015.07.14) Dr. Ken Lovett (PhD ’14)
- The Citizen Side of the Tennessee Promise (2014.04.14) Dr. Ken Lovett (PhD ’14)
Press reports, technical reports and other outreach
- Chattanooga Times Free Press article on Dr. Ken Chilton’s report for the Chattanooga NAACP, The Unfinished Agenda: Segregation and exclusion in Chattanooga, TN and the road towards inclusion
- TN County News editorial from David Connor (p. 8; May-June 2015), Executive Director of Tennessee County Services Association on Dr. Meg Streams’ June 2015 presentation with TSU College of Business colleague Dr. Soumen Ghosh to the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Affairs, on their research on sustainable competitiveness for Tennessee’s local governments
Peer-reviewed journal articles
- Dr. Kyujin Jung (with J.N. Valero) (forthcoming, published online 2015.09.05) Assessing the evolutionary structure of homeless network: social media use, keywords, and influential stakeholders. Technological Forecasting and Social Change.
- Dr. Kyujin Jung (with H.S. Jang and I. Seo) (forthcoming, published online 2015.09.3) Government-driven Social Enterprises: Lessons from the Social Enterprise Promotion Policy in the Seoul Metropolitan Government. International Review of Administrative Sciences.
- Marie Martin (current PhD student) and Dr. Meg Streams (Spring 2015; published online March 2015) Punctuated Equilibrium Theory: an empirical investigation of its relevance for global health expenditure. Public Budgeting & Finance, 35(1): 73-94