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Teaching Public Administration Seminar with Professor John Diamond

Room 007, Business and Law Building, City Campus East

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The Public Policy and Public Management (3PM) Research Interest Group are delighted to welcome Professor John Diamond. John is the Director of the Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice and Head of Academic Planning and Editor of Teaching Public Administration, Faculty of Education, Edge Hill University. The research seminar will illustrate John’s contribution to the field of teaching public administration. John will share his teaching public administration journey and the realities, knowledge and experience of what it takes to teach public administration in the future of university higher education. 

 

This seminar will provide an understanding of teaching public administration and offers an opportunity to find out just what it takes to plan, design and develop a robust strategy for teaching Public Administration Teaching to a new generation of public managers. As a Co-Editor of the leading Journal on Teaching Public Administration, John will offer some valuable hints and tips for those keen to publish their teaching experiences.


 

 

 

For further details please contact Dr Lorraine Johnston, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Business and Law on 0191 227 3543 or via lorraine.johnston@northumbria.ac.uk.

To sign up to the seminar please fill in the form below.

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Event Details

Room 007, Business and Law Building, City Campus East
Northumbria University
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
NE2 1UY


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