First Issue of Journal of Human Security & Resilience
The first issue of SPA's Center for Human Security's professional journal, Journal of Human Security & Resilience, is now available. Congratulations to Steve Recca and Edin Mujkic. Journal of Human Security & Resilience
Criminal Justice course in London
UCCS BACJ and MCJ students can study the history and roots of US Criminal Justice in London, England this summer from July 10 - 17, 2017. This faculty-directed course will facilitate meetings with members of the Royal Courts of Justice, House of Parliament and more. Contact Katy Cathcart for details and program credit at firstname.lastname@example.org or (719) 255-2255 for details. Criminal Justice course in London.
International Development in East Africa Course
UCCS MPA students who are interested in understanding and addressing policy related to international development, public management and public policy have an opportunity to take University of Colorado Denver's International Development in East Africa course. Contact Dr. Don Klingner for details and program credit at email@example.com or (719) 255-4012 for details. International Development in East Africa.
Publication Alert: Stephanie Ryon
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Dr. Stephanie Ryon for getting her article "Procedurally just cooperation: Explaining support for due process reforms in policing" published in the Journal of Criminal Justice published. "Procedurally just cooperation" article.
Publication Alert: Matthew Lunn
Congratulations to Matthew Lunn, Criminal Justice Lecturer, for getting his textbook Essentials of Medicolegal Death Investigation Public Integrity Journal published. Essentials of Medicolegal Death Investigation, 1st Edition.
Faculty Position Announcement: Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
The UCCS School of Public Affairs is currently recruiting for an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice. Full position announcement, visit: Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice.
Publication Alert: Edin Mujkic
Congratulations to Dr. Edin Mujkic for co-authoring and getting "Ethics Training for U.S. Military Leaders: Challenging the Conventional Approach" published by Public Integrity Journal.
Katy Cathcart Receives Prestigious WACJ 2016 Innovative Teaching Award
Congratulations to Katy Cathcart, our Senior Instructor of Criminal Justice, for receiving the 2016 Western Association of Criminal Justice Innovative Teaching Award! Katy Cathart WACJ Innovative Teaching Award.
Faculty Panel Presentation: A Muslim Threat: Real or Perceived?
A Front Range University Event Series at UCCS and the University of Denver, this year's theme is on "The U.S. and Islamophobia." The School of Public Affairs' Dr. Edin Mujkic will discuss the topic of “A Muslim Threat: Real or Perceived?” on September 19 from 5-7pm. The entire series will be held from September 19 - 21 from 5-7pm in the Library Apse.
Regina Winters Tapped as Prestigious Ethics Fellow
School Public Affairs' Assistant Dean and Senior Instructor, Regina Winters, has been chosen as one of seven faculty UCCS faculty members to serve as a UCCS Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Fellow for 2016-2017. Seven faculty tapped as ethics fellows.
East Africa Course in January 2017
Enroll in UCCS' East Africa happening in January 2017. The course, developed and facilitated by the Global Livingston Institute, focuses on international development. View the Africa Course Presentation and other course details.
Faculty Conference Presentation: American Correctional Association
On August 6, 2016, Senior Instructor Katy Cathcart and Dr. Susan Jones will be presenting and conducting a workshop at the annual American Correctional Association Conference on the relationship between the correctional culture and its effect upon staff misconduct and boundary violations. The title of their presentation is called What Does the Culture Have to do With It? Boundary Violations and Staff Misconduct.
Spotlight: Steve Recca
The University of Colorado's weekly publication (May 19, 2016) CU Connections profiled the School of Public Affairs' Steve Recca, Executive Director of the Center for Human Security, in CU's spotlight interview "Five questions for Steve Recca."
Publication Alert: Edin Mujkic
Congratulations to Dr. Edin Mujkic for getting two co-authored articles published: "WEB 2.0: How social media applications leverage nonprofit responses during a wildfire crisis", and "Leadership Behaviors and Trust in Leaders: Evidence from the U.S. Federal Government."
Faculty Alert: Michael Landon-Murray
At the 2016 annual conference of the International Studies Association, Dr. Michael Landon-Murray was elected as an Intelligence Studies Section (ISS) editor for a news and information partnership with H-Intel. He was recently selected as a course and program certification reviewer for the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE).
Outstanding Students of the Year for School of Public Affairs
We congratulate these students for their excellence in the following School of Public Affairs' programs: BACJ: Caleb Payne, Heather Edwards, Jacob Schubert, Alyssa Swantkoski; MPA: Brandon Bishop and Kevin Hudgens; MCJ: Amy Bunn and Jake Campbell.
New eJournal: Journal of Human Security & Resilience
The UCCS School of Public Affairs' Center for Human Security (CHS) has launched a peer-reviewed Journal of Human Security & Resilience, with Dr. Edin Mujkic as Editor-in-Chief and Steve Recca as Managing Editor.
School of Public Affairs Scholarship
To celebrate UCCS' 50th Anniversary and to provide financial support for students, the UCCS School of Public Affairs Scholarship has been created to raise funds for student scholarships. Invest Now.