spea magazine

1 Of Interest—New and Noteworthy
If you weren't on SPEA's Bloomington campus last semester, here's some of what you missed.
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2 Just Curious: Deal or No Deal?
John Mikesell discusses privatization: what works, and why.
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3 On the cover: Saying “I Do” to Doing Business and Doing Good.
How the marriage of the corporate world and taking care of society has resulted in the hottest new study area in years . . . social entrepreneurship.
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4 In Memoriam
SPEA loses a warrior for social justice, Philip J. Rutledge, and a founding fauclty member, York Y. Willbern.
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5 Change Agents
SPEA students help revamp Hoosier state agencies through the Indiana Leadership Seminar (ILS), designed to offer honors undergrad students the opportunity to work with public agencies on relevant issues.
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6 Honoring President Ryan
Indiana University President Adam W. Herbert announced last fall that a new and generous public affairs fellowship program has been established in honor Prsident Emeritus John W. Ryan.
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7 Looking into LUCI’s Crystal Ball
SPEA professor John Ottensmann’s computer simulation model forecasts growth and future urban development.
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8 Exhibit: A+
Arts Administration students take their show on the stage . . . and in the gallery.
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9 Alumni Watch: Spotlight on Robert A. Meyer
Private Sector / Public State of Mind.
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10 Taking Risks: SPEONS on Success
Ed Ingle, Tonja Conour Eagan, Merilyn Beckwith, and Samuel L. Odle share their stories.
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11 Speaking Out: What Our Experts Say
“How is government affected by the evolution of the nonprofit sector?”
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12 Online: Faculty adventures in cyberspace.
This issue we go online with SPEA assistant professsor Nicole Quon.
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13 In the Money: Who. What. How Much.
A sampling of current research, the SPEA faculty who are doing it, and the grants that help make it possible.
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14 Cream of the Crop
Michael Steinhoff: The Next Al Gore?
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15 Practical Wisdom
Michael Armstrong: Bringing Kyoto home.
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