News from PMRA

Please see the announcements below along with the accompanying links and attachments for further information:

PMRA Secretariat


Call for Papers from JPART: Framing the Study of Racism, Power, and Inequality in Public Administration

Editorial Team: Jason Coupet, Muhammed Azfar Nisar, Sonia Ospina, and Mary K. Feeney

JPART welcomes manuscripts that offer meaningful theoretical advances in the study of racism and xenophobia, and the legacy and impact of colonialism and neo-colonialism in the multiple dimensions of public administration theory. Studies can be empirical or theoretical, and can leverage developed frameworks or emerging ones. The best manuscripts will make important theoretical and empirical advancements.

See below for more details.

JPART-Call for Papers - Racism and Power


The Evans School at the University of Washington is hiring for two Assistant Professor positions:

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Governance with an emphasis on ethics and justice


Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Governance with an emphasis on public financial management.

The Department of Public Policy at the University of Connecticut invites applications Multiple Positions in Environmental Policy and Sustainability

The Department of Public Policy, along with other departments within the University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, invite applications for four positions at the level of Assistant Professor and two appointments at the Associate or Full Professor level as part of a cluster hire in the Environment and Human Interactions.

For more information, please see the attached job announcements and/or follow this link.

The Department of City and Regional Planning at Cornell is Looking for a Department Chair

(CRP) in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning at Cornell University invites applications for a dynamic, visionary leader to serve as the Department Chair for a renewable three-year term, to be appointed at the associate or full professor level. Areas of specialization are open. The faculty in CRP are committed to teaching and scholarship that values diversity, equity, social justice, environmental sustainability and furthers these values in the planning, design, and governance of cities.

More information can be found here.