Call for Papers and Poster: 2019 Atlantic Canada Conference on Public Administration
Interested graduate students are invited to submit papers for presentation at the 2019 Atlantic Conference on Public Administration, hosted by the Dalhousie University School of Public Administration from January 24 to 25, 2019. The conference, organized by Master of Public Administration candidates, is the leading Atlantic Canadian forum for students, academics, public servants, and business and public sector leaders to exchange ideas, share best practices and discuss trends in public administration. The conference annually draws 200 delegates from eastern Canada, including a wide representation from federal, provincial, municipal and First Nation governments.
All students enrolled in a graduate studies program at an accredited university are eligible to apply, including part-time students studying at the Dalhousie University Centre for Executive and Graduate Education. This year’s conference theme is “Innovation for a Healthier Atlantic Canada: Healthy Economy – Healthy Communities – Healthy People.” At ACPA 2019, the future health of Atlantic Canada will be discussed in an interactive, innovative format, and will be focused on the interconnectedness of economic health, community health and population health. The objective is to share perspectives and promising practices and to explore innovative ideas and solutions for a healthier Atlantic Canada.
Those interested are invited to submit an abstract of no more than 300 words by Friday, December 14, 2018 to Belinda Smith (Belinda.firstname.lastname@example.org).
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