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PhD Student in Action: Zihe Guo

Zihe (Lauren) Guo is a Ph.D. candidate at the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration. We asked her a few questions about her work!

Do you see yourself here?

Imagine yourself here.

The Spirit of Service

SJ Harris is a second-year MPA student at the Martin School. In this post, she shares her passions and her journey to and through the Martin School.

Capstone Chronicles, Part 1

We will follow the class of 2016 through their Capstone Project journey in a new series. In the first installment, we talk to two students about their research questions and what they're working on.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Becky Bromley-Trujillo

We are excited to kick off our faculty spotlight series by featuring Dr. Becky Bromley-Trujillo! Hailing from Texas, she joined our faculty the fall of 2011. We sat down with Dr. Bromley-Trujillo to talk about her interests.

“What am I reading at night?”

Scott Shapiro, Chief Innovation Officer for Mayor Gray’s office, shared both a sampling of current projects and his journey to public service last week during a professional development workshop for first-year students. 

Living in Lexington

Lexington is a great place to live, work, and learn.

Frankfort Professional Development Trip

A group of MPA/MPP students and faculty visited the Commonwealth's Capitol to connect with practitioners in state government. 

Building Professional Relationships through the Mentor Program

Our mentor program pairs current MPA and MPP students with seasoned local professionals.

Show Me the Data

Thomas Hatton is a part-time MPA student in his final year. He currently works at the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics, which collects and maintains data for “education and workforce efforts in the Commonwealth”.

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