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Thursday, March 30, 2017 | 6 PM | JC PENNEY CONFERENCE CENTER
We invite you to join us for the third in our speaker series. Pat Kelly, the Executive Director of the Municipal League of Metro St. Louis, will speak on Thursday, March 30 (please note date change) at 6 p.m. in #402 JC Penney Conference Center. Pat will present the Municipal League's initiative to develop a "unity of purpose" for the St. Louis Region. Register online to join us on March 30!

Also, we'll host the final presentation of the season at 6 p.m. April 19 in #402 JC Penney Conference Center. It will feature Paul Evensen, Social Innovation District, and Nicole Hudson, Executive Director, Forward Through Ferguson. Register online to join us on April 19!

The Speaker Series is co-sponsored by UMSL's Public Policy Administration, and the Public Policy Research Center. The April 19 presentation also includes co-sponsorship from the Alumni Association.


Why MPPA?

An MPPA from UMSL can help you change your community and the world by teaching you the skills needed to become an effective leader in the government and nonprofit sectors. Our graduates are city administrators, community development specialists, directors of nonprofits and much, much more.

As an NASPAA-accredited program, UMSL's MPPA is ranked in the top third of graduate public affairs programs by US News and World Report and is the highest ranked in St. Louis. The MPPA is a 40-credit-hour program led by 16 core faculty and adjunct instructors who are committed to your success. To fit your busy schedule, our courses are generally held in the evening or on the weekends and our program offers competitive tuition rates, internships and financial aid.


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Why UMSL?

At UMSL, you can have it all. Our beautiful 470-acre campus in suburban St. Louis is an ideal setting for the region’s largest public research university. Our diverse student body has access to world-class researchers and scholars, top-ranked degree programs, and sought-after internship and experiential learning opportunities. It’s no wonder over 95,000 alumni chose UMSL for their degree. Our graduates can be found in all 50 states and 63 countries. But their greatest impact is felt right here in St. Louis where they drive the region’s economic and social well-being.

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