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Yun Jun Kim wins Best Graduate Poster at ABFM

Doctoral Student Yun Jun Kim won Best Graduate Poster for "How does intergovernmental competition increase government spending?" The poster is included below for your review.    

Dr. Caroline Weber named Co-Editor of National Tax Journal for 2023

Congratulations to Dr. Caroline Weber on her appointment to this important role at a prestigious tax journal. Read the story republished from the NTA website below.

Martin School Celebrates First Student Body President, Andrew Laws

This year, in addition to celebrating the first cohort of public policy graduates, the Martin School is also proud to announce that one of our own public policy undergraduate students, Andrew Laws, is the 2022-23 student body president. Andrew was sworn in at the end of the spring 2022 semester, and spent the summer meeting with top UK administrators, attending his first Board of Trustees meeting, and getting the lay of the land.

Martin School receives gift to create diversity and inclusion program

The Martin School of Public Policy and Administration has received a generous donation to establish the Miriam Jane Van Dyke Barager Endowment for Diversity and Inclusion that will focus on giving students a better understanding of these issues as they prepare for careers in public service and civic leadership. The program is made possible by Judy Barager-Kemper, a Martin School alumna, and her family, and is named in honor of her mother.

IPPMI Fall Orientation

9:30-10:00am Student arrival, get settled before orientation. Coffee and refreshments

New Student Orientation

11:30  Check-in, headshots and boxed lunches 12:00 Welcome – Dr.

Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and Martin School to Host Webinar

As a follow up to last year’s successful webinar roundtable policy discussions, the Martin School and the Chamber of Commerce will host a roundtable webinar examining the relationship between Kentucky’s quality of life and economic development and the role policies can play in the relationship. The program will be at 12:00 noon on July 27th.

Martin School collaborates with College of Design for new master's program

In a collaboration with the College of Design, we are proud to announce a fully online Master of Heritage Resources Administration (MHRA) which combines historic preservation with management and public administration.  Students take core courses and electives in both Historic Preservation and the Martin School, culminating in our PA 681 capstone. 

Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman Spends Time with Martin School Students

For those of you that missed our Alumni and Friends Breakfast event, Jacqueline Colemen spent roughly half an hour with Martin School students discussing the public policy issues facing Kentuckians today.

MPA and Non-Profit Certificate Student Farid Al-Firdaus to present at conference

MPA and Non-Profit Management Certificate student, Farid Al-Firdaus will present his non-profit research at the American Institute for Indonesian Studies (AIFIS)-Michigan State University conference

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