In May, Stephanie Dolamore and I had the opportunity to present our research and teaching around empathy in public service. In addition to our course and research project, we presented select exhibits from the Public Service Empathy Museum.
Our week-long writing residency at Drop, Forge & Tool was a huge success! One of the most surprising, and perhaps productive, outcomes was that we ditched an entire project we set out to do. Developing that “no” muscle, ftw!
At the beginning of November, Jennica and I presented our recent work tracking the relationship of public administrators and unaccompanied migrant children.
Exciting news! Jennica Larrison and I have been accepted for a creative residency at Drop Forge and Tool in Hudson, NY. In January 2016, we’ll spend a dedicated week working on analysis and writing for the 2016 APSA conference, as well as on creating a digital version of one of our projects.
Assistant Professor, Human Services Administration at the University of Baltimore
Graduated with a Ph.D. from George Washington University.
Master of Public Administration Degree, Georgia State University