This discussion series considers topics at the intersection of public administration and public policy. Each session will foster discussion between local government, nonprofit and academic leaders on issues that are current in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area.

The next discussion is: February 2, 2013

St. Louis’ Growing Immigrant Population: Opportunities and Issues for the Public Sector

Program 3:00-4:30 p.m., followed by networking reception

Free and open to the public

For more information, contact Julie Stone at (314) 421-4220 Ext. 288 or stoneju@umsl.edu

FREE Parking: Campus Lot C


Previous discussions:
  • The Public Pension Crisis: Is There a Workable Solution? | December 6, 2012 
  • The National Healthcare Debate and Its Potential Local Impacts | October 24, 2012 
  • Balancing Public Values as a Question of Ethics | April 19, 2012 
  • Local Governments, Nonprofits, and Questions of Taxation | March 8, 2012

Focus on Public Policy & Administration is sponsored by
the Local Government Partnership
(a joint effort of UMSL Public Policy Administration Program,
East-West Gateway Council of Governments,
Center for Ethics in Public Life at UMSL)
and UMSL-School of Professional & Continuing Studies

East-West Gateway Council of Governments Public Policy Administration at UMSL Center for Ethics in Public Life at UMSL