MPA(M) graduating student Katie Moran found an opportunity to formalize her management skills and apply learning on intergovernmental relations and Indigenous leadership to her work at the Terrestrial Cumulative Effects Initiative.
Dr. Paul Pross was one of many individuals who helped establish and build the Dalhousie Master of Public Administration program into one of the best in Canada. Now, their efforts are being recognized with a new scholarship that creates a solid foundation for the program’s future.
Riley Nielson-Baker completed their Master of Public Administration (MPA) during a global pandemic. They did so while launching and chairing the Atlantic chapter of Democrats Abroad, competing in the National Annual Public Administration Case Competition, keeping a part-time job and coming out as non-binary.