Public Administration

49 Years of Educating Leaders in Public Service

The main office is currently closed to walk-in business and appointments due to COVID-19 until further notice.

If you have any questions, please contact the Department Chair, Dr. Anna Filipova, at filipova@uwosh.edu.

Dr. Filipova can also advise current and prospective students via web video conference (Microsoft Teams) or phone.

MPA Faculty Share Expertise and Service in 21 Community Organizations in 2019-2020

During the 2019-20 academic year, the three MPA faculty members and MPA students were actively engaged in diverse service and research-related activities in 21 government,...

MPA Program Virtual Open House – February 16th

Join our faculty and alumni for a webinar to learn more about the Masters of Public Administration (MPA) program at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Find out how it can help...

An MPA Student Studies….

UWO grad student studies EMS implicit bias impact on health outcomes A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh midyear graduate is savoring his public administration master’s degree and...

Many Congratulations and Bravo to Our Graduates

It is my great pleasure to announce that we have 21 students who are graduating from the MPA program and 1 student who is graduating from the Graduate Healthcare Management...

Do Not Forget or Delay Registration for Spring 2021 Classes

Dear MPA students,   Registration for Spring 2021 classes starts on Oct. 19, 2020.   Please register on time to reserve your seats in classes. Core classes have 20 seats capacity...

Recent Job News about MPA Alumni

Congratulation to our MPA alumni for starting new jobs! Crystal Wagner, Community Development and Assessment Department at the City of Neenah Rennita Hernandez, Tribal Action...

Master of Public Administration Program Virtual Open House

Please check our online webinar, which was held on Sept. 22, 2020, to learn more about the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh....

The MPA Program with FEAM Emphasis Gets Accredited

Two UW Oshkosh Programs Receive IFSAC Accreditation The only degree programs to be accredited in the state. OSHKOSH, Wis. – Two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh academic programs...

MPA Graduate is the New HealthConnect Coordinator at United Way of Dane County

Cynthia Anderson is the new HealthConnect Coordinator at United Way of Dane County, Madison, WI. The HealthConnect program helps qualifying individuals within 100-150% of federal...

An MPA Graduate Gets Promotion at FABOH

Congratulations to Mr. Jeffrey Butz on his promotion to Executive Director position at Fond du Lac Area Businesses on Health (FABOH). Mr. Butz graduated from the MPA...

An MPA Graduate is the New Town of Buchanan Administrator

Mr. Adam Gitter, who graduated from the UW Oshkosh MPA program with General Public Administration emphasis in spring of 2017, started a new position as Town...

Dr. Filipova Elected to the Evergreen Foundation Board of Directors

Dr. Filipova was elected to serve on the Board of Directors of Evergreen Foundation, Inc. on May 21st, 2020. The Evergreen Foundation Board is legally and morally...

Virtual MPA Graduates Celebration Invite

We are delighted to invite all MPA graduates, graduates' families and friends, MPA students, faculty and staff to our informal and friendly celebration of our...

2020 Civil Liberties Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Grant

MPA Student Alexander Trembley was awarded a Summer 2020 Civil Liberties Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Grant to investigate implicit bias in emergency...

An MPA Student Presents Research at the 2020 Celebration of Scholarship & Creative Activity

The MPA student, Crystal Soderman, presents research titled, "The Impact of Cultural Penetration on Alternative and Renewable Energy Policy in the United States" at...

 

Public Administration

Clow Faculty Building, Room F414
838 High Ave.
Oshkosh, WI 54901 

 

 

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Phone: (920) 424-3230
Email: rogge@uwosh.edu
Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.