When the Dayton Business Journal announced its 40 under Forty for 2015, we were not too surprised to see so many Wright State graduates and employees on the list, including four from our department!
Congratulations to Mitch Bailey ‘14 and Mike Wiehe ‘01, Master of Public Administration graduates, Sarah Williams ‘04, Urban Affairs graduate and Robert Scott ‘05, Urban Affairs minor.
Robert A Miles
Urban Affairs ’05, MPA ’07
Condolences to the family of Robert A. Miles, a 2007 alumnus of the MPA program and 2005 graduate of the Urban Affairs program.
The full obituary can be read at the Dayton Daily News .
The MPA program and the Center for Urban and Public Affairs would like to wish Hani, Francis, Missi and Elyse the best of luck in their future careers as they graduate this spring with their graduate degrees.
They’ve researched hundreds of topics, written reports, facilitated focus groups, performed countless interviews, represented staff in community meetings, and organized video shoots, among a variety of other tasks. The four have worked as graduate research assistants...
A variety of members from the Miami Valley community, government and non-profit organizations, gathered on March 19 to learn about the best practices in the use of social media from a panel of local experts.
One big takeaway: If you’ve been holding off getting involved because you think it will go away, you’re wrong! Every business, organization and government must get involved in social media.
You can shape your message and measure the impact. You can target...