So many Glenn School alumni have asked how they can help the school's academic programs that we held a meeting to explain the different ways alumni could provide assistance and give back to the school.
Over 50 former students of the public affairs program attended the gathering and offered suggestions and learned of the many opportunities they have to take part in teaching the next generation of public policy leaders.
If you where unable to attend that meeting, these videos can catch you up on what you missed, but more importantly, they can help you to find ways to participate in the life of the Glenn School.
Dr. Charles Wise, founding director of the Glenn School, talks about the many exciting new programs happening at the school.
Dr. Trevor Brown,associate professor and associate director for Academic Affairs and Research, tells you what options are available for becoming involved.
Maria Mone, assistant director of Management Development Programs, talks about her time as a guest lecturer at the school and of the opportunities to be a teacher in the school's Management Advancement for the Public Service program.
Chris Adams, program coordinator for undergraduate programs at the school, explains all of the opportunities to help in the school’s new major in public affairs as well as in the Glenn School Learning Community.
Associate Professor Dr. Rob Greenbaum, tells alumni about the school’s curriculum.