CAPPA is an association of schools, programs, and departments across Canada engaged in teaching and research in public administration. It has been in existence for nearly forty years. It also represents the common interests of college and university-based public administration programs and scholars.
OUR MISSION : To improve the quality of teaching and research in public administration.
- Last Updated on Monday, 11 November 2013 20:02
Gold: Guillaume Lafortune-Bernard, Masters in Public Administration, ENAP
Silver: Karen Sharma, Joint Manitoba MPA Program , University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg
Bronze: Roman Karski, Masters of Public Policy, University of Calgary
National Student Award Winners:
Krysten Bates / Political Science / Brock University
Sarah Daitch / Masters of Arts in Dispute Resolution / University of Victoria
Brock Ellis / Masters in Public Policy / Simon Fraser University
Brittany Fritsch / MA in Public Administration / Carleton University
Roman Karski (Bronze Winner) / Masters of Public Policy / University of Calgary
Guillaume Lafortune-Bernard (Gold winner) / Masters in Public Administration / ENAP
Marie-Ève Levert / Master’s in Public Administration / University of Ottawa
Maude Marquis-Bissonnette / Masters in Public Administration / ENAP
Ele Pawelski / Masters in Public Policy and Administration / Ryerson University
Karen Sharma (Silver Winner) / Joint Manitoba MPA Program / University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg
Monika Smaz / Masters in Political Science / University of Montreal
Linda Tanguay / Masters in Public Administration / ENAP
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- Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 13:03
This competition will allow master’s-level students from any discipline to share their ideas for improving the way our government functions.
Businesses interact with government on a regular basis. It is important that business students understand that changes may be coming to the public service of
The top five submissions will have their ideas heard by leaders at the most senior levels of the public service. Businesses and business students should have an opportunity to comment on how they believe Government should operate. Through your support, while recognizing term has started, we hope to engage future Canadian leaders on issues of national importance.
- Last Updated on Sunday, 17 March 2013 12:03