ASPA – Georgia Chapter 19th Annual Academic Conference & Meeting

ASPA – Georgia Chapter 19th Annual Academic Conference & Meeting
Event on 2017-02-24 09:00:00
The 19th Annual ASPA Georgia Chapter Academic Conference and Meeting will take place on Friday, February 24, 2017, on the campus of Clark Atlanta University located at 223 James P Brawley Drive, S.W. Atlanta, Georgia. All sessions will be held in the Thomas W. Cole Research Center for Science & Technology with self-parking in the adjacent Morehouse College parking deck ( per car).  Directions from Morehouse parking deck to Cole Research Center: Walk westward toward the CAU pedestrian gate. After entering CAU's campus turn left. Cole Research Center is the 2nd building on the left next to Sage Bacote Hall. CAU Map TENTATIVE SCHEDULE 9:00 am to 10:30 am Registration – Atrium 10:00 am to 11:25 am SESSION I Panel 1: Public Finance & Economic Development – Auditorium Chair:  Sabrina Riles, Clark Atlanta University Discussant: Charles Mitchell, Troy University Best Practices for Long Range Strategic Planning and Budgeting, Youlanda Carr, City of Atlanta A New Approach to Financing Public Transit Infrastructure in Miami – The PTP 2.0 Case Study, Charles Scurr, Citizen’s Independent Transportation Trust Assessing the Needs of a Local Government and Its Citizens, Vickey Hale, Clark Atlanta University Capital Projects Planning: Analysis of the Atlanta Braves’ Move to Cobb County, Lisa Davis, Clark Atlanta University Economic Development Opportunities in Atlanta's AUC: Where Northside Meets North Avenue, Royce Collins, Clark Atlanta University        11:30 am to 12:55 pm SESSION II Panel 2: Public and Educational Program Evaluation – Auditorium Chair: Leonisa Johnson, Clark Atlanta University Discussant: Oyebade Oyerinde, Clark Atlanta University Naloxone Expansion and Overdose Prevention in Georgia, Jeremy Sharp, University of North Georgia Local Government Service Delivery, Policy and Program Evaluation: The Case of Nigeria’s Fourth Republic, Godwin Ihemeje, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria Comprehensive School Counseling Programs: Solutions and Challenges, Leonisa Johnson and Crystal Giddings, Clark Atlanta University 1:00 pm to 1:15 pm WELCOME & REMARKS – Exhibition Hall (2nd Floor) ASPA-GA Vice President Mike Faass, Conference Co-Chair ASPA-GA Past President Lisa Cameron, Conference Co-Chair ASPA-GA President Priscilla Oliver Dean Danielle Taylor, School of Arts & Sciences, Clark Atlanta University 1:15 pm to 2:15 pm LUNCH – Exhibition Hall (2nd Floor) Panel 3: The Millennial Generation and the Changing Public Workforce Moderator: Sheila Toppin, Clark Atlanta University, Conference Program Chair Discussants: MPA Students, Clark Atlanta University 2:30 pm to 3:55 pm – SESSION III Panel 4: Police Management Online Training Roundtable – Exhibition Hall (2nd Floor) Moderator: Calvin Sims, MARTA & James Beeks, University of Phoenix Panel 5: Social Justice and Welfare – Auditorium Chairs: Leora Waldner & Kristine Stilwell Discussant: Kristie Roberts-Lewis, Troy University New Majority-Minority Cities:  Four Case Studies, Doyliajn Settles, Cherene Nicholson, Talia Butts & Ashton Moody, Troy University Post-Hoc Outcomes:  Challenges and Success Strategies after Incorporation, Kristine Stilwell & Leora Waldner, Troy University Economic Development in New Black Cities, Cherene Nicholson & Allene Harris, Troy University Administration Challenges in Efficiencies in New Cities , Doylian Settles & Tracy Armstead, Troy University How Has Poverty Affected African Americans in Metro Atlanta Over the Past Five Years?, Jayme Beasely, Clark Atlanta University 4:00 pm to 5:25 pm – SESSION IV Panel 6: Public Administration & Management of Future Public Problems – Lecture Hall Chair: Beth M. Rauhaus, University of North Georgia Discussant: Stephen Northam, University of North Georgia Impact of Employment At-Will on Employee Motivation, Bobbi K. Otis, University of North Georgia Outsourced Training and Employee Commitment, Heather Bryan, University of North Georgia Realigning Values: Proposals to Combat Sexual Trafficking, Ruthanne Conner, University of North Georgia Managing Different Generations: Let’s All Try to Work Together, Jenna Rodgers, University of North Georgia Panel 7: Policy Analysis – Auditorium Chair:  Tanya Brinkley, Kennesaw State University Discussant: Sooho Lee, University of West Georgia The Effects of NIMBY: Citizen Involvement and the Development of Outdoor Gun Range Policy, Heather Bryan, University of North Georgia Public Restroom Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities: Toileting Needs of Persons with Disabilities who are Non-Ambulatory, Lakisha Smith, Troy University The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1942 – Wage Reform: Past, Present, and Future, Rob Dial, University of West Georgia The Maintenance of the Status Quo: Impact of Public Policy and U.S. Supreme Court Decisions on Wealth and Poverty, Krista Hinton, Clark Atlanta University 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm – ASPA-GA Chapter Meeting & Dinner – Exhibition Hall (2nd floor)Elections for 2017-2018 Board & Council
at Thomas Cole Center for Science Research, Boardroom
223 James P. Brawley Dr. SW
Atlanta, United States

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