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.
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.
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.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has appointed Martin School graduate John Hicks as Executive Cabinet Secretary, succeeding J. Michael Brown, who is retiring from state government. Hicks, who earned his Master of Public Administration degree from the Martin School in 1984, will continue serving as State Budget Director.
Sarah recently defended her dissertation "Three Essays on Governance, Inequality and Social Equity" and will graduate May 6, 2022. The next chapter in her career will start in Richmond, Virginia where she will join the Commonwealth's Department of Social Services as a Senior Research Associate.
Former Kentucky Gov. Martha Layne Collins will be honored as the Kentucky Public Service Hall of Fame's newest member April 29 at a breakfast hosted by the University of Kentucky's Martin School of Public Policy and Administration.
Today, U.S. News and World Report released their annual college rankings. The hard work of our faculty and staff resulted in national recognition as we are ranked 29th among all Public Affairs program, 4th in Public Finance and Budgeting, and 29th in Public Policy and Analysis.
Thinking about a major in public policy? This is your chance to get pressing questions answered about the classes, extracurricular opportunities, careers and more as you make your college decisions. Already confirmed for fall? Stop in to meet current students and others from your cohort. This is also open to current UK students considering a major or minor in public policy. Ask us anything!