PA News

Dean Pagano Gives his Opinion on Trump's Infrastructure Plan

Newsday interviewed Michael Pagano, dean of UIC’s College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, on President Trump ‘s infrastructure plan which calls for most funding to come from local government and private sources.…

DPA Closed for Winter Break - Will Reopen on Jan 2nd

Please remember that the Department of Public Administration is closed for Winter Break and will reopen on January 2, 2018. Only faculty, staff and PhD students will have iCard access during the holiday…

David Merriman Named Stukel Presidential Professor at UIC

Congratulations to David Merriman, who has been named the James J. Stukel Presidential Professor at UIC. Now in his eleventh year at UIC, Professor Merriman’s research focuses on business property taxation and state…

CUPPA Faculty Recognized at UIC Faculty Awards Celebration

Five CUPPA faculty members from the Departments of Public Administration and Urban Planning and Policy were recognized at the UIC Faculty Awards Celebration on November 9. Jered Carr, Kelly LeRoux, Rachel Weber, and…

Albert J. Schorsch, III 1951-2017

I am deeply saddened to report that our dear colleague, administrator, CUPPA historian, counselor and friend, Albert J. Schorsch, III, surrounded by his loving family, died October 28, in his home after a…

Johnson on Census Funding

Tim Johnson, director of the Survey Research Laboratory at UIC and professor of public administration, was interviewed by Science magazine in an article about financial support of the Census Bureau and the U.S.…