Student Members on Conference Panels

2022 ASPA NATIONAL CONFERENCE: March 18-19, 2022, “Democracy under Threat: The Future of Equality”

JOONWOO LEE

Penn State Harrisburg — “Determinants of Public Entrepreneurship in South Korea”

PETER MELON

West Chester University — “The Rapid Irrelevance of Data in Time of Crisis”

MINGEAN PARK

Penn State Harrisburg — “Examining the Effects of Government Data Capacities on Data-Driven Government” and “Public Service Motivation and Turnover Intention in South Korea: The Mediation Effect of Wellbeing”

HUITING QI

Penn State Harrisburg — “Power Sharing in Collaborative Governance: Evidence from a Collaboration=Based Governance Mechanism for Rural China” and “Transition from ‘Government’ to ‘Collaborative Governance: Social Construction of a ‘Non-State’ Stakeholder in Rural China”

SAAHIR SHAFI

Penn State Harrisburg — “Federalism and Multiparty Governance in Times of Crisis: The Impact of Friction and Centralization on Policy Performance”

EUN-SIL YOO

Penn State Harrisburg — “A Comparative Study on the Challenges of Collaborative Networks for Implementing Home Visiting Programs During the Pandemic”

2021 NORTHEAST CONFERENCE ON PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: November 5-6, 2021, “Responsive Public Service Needs Inclusiveness in a Diverse America”

AQSA ALI

Penn State Harrisburg — “Answering diversity paradigm within modern organizations”

HUITING QI

Penn State Harrisburg — “Promoting Power Sharing in Collaborative Governance from A Multidimensional Power Perspective: Evidence from a Collaborative Governance Mechanism for Rural China”

PEDRO ROBLES

Pennsylvania State University — “Analysis of Corruption in Healthcare Industry: Theory and Framework for Increasing Transparency and Accountability to Curve Corruption”

SAAHIR SHAFI

Penn State Harrisburg — “Punctuated Equilibrium Dynamics in Times of Crisis: Assessing Generalizability to Different Political Systems and Temporal Invariance”

TYNSLEI SPENCE MITCHELL

West Chester University — “Learning from 2020: The Employee Demand for DEI in the workplace”

YULIN XU

Pennsylvania State University — “The Effects of COVID-19 on First-Year College Students and Corresponding School Policy Adjustment”

2021 ASPA NATIONAL CONFERENCE: April 9 – 15, 2021, “Picking up the Pieces: Pandemics, Protests and the Future of Public Service

OLUMIDE ADEOYE

Penn State Harrisburg — “Intergovernmental Relations, Governance and Performance

SAEMI CHANG 

University of Pittsburgh — “The Role of Organizational and Institutional Structures

SUNAYNA JOHNSON 

West Chester University — “The Sum of Small Efforts: Practitioner-Scholars on Effective and Equitable Administration”  

SEUNGHYUN LEE 

University of Pittsburgh — “Modeling New and Emergent Policy Problems: A Roundtable Discussion on Research Approaches for COVID-19

ARAVIND MENON

Penn State University — “Democratic Governance and Complex Systems

SUE NEAL 

West Chester University — “Ethics for Contemporary Bureaucrats

HUITING QI 

Penn State Harrisburg — “Collaborative Governance: Theory and Applications” and “Complex Governance Systems: Learning from the Literature and Practice across Nations

SAAHIR SHAFI 

Doctoral Student, Penn State Harrisburg — “Collaborative Governance: Theory and Applications” and “Democratic Governance and Complex Systems

TYNSLEI SPENCE-MITCHELL 

West Chester University — “The Sum of Small Efforts: Practitioner-Scholars on Effective and Equitable Administration