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Check out these articles from the Summer 2015 Journal of Public Affairs Education:
- “Blurred Lines: Preparing Students to Work Across the Public, Nonprofit, and For-Profit Sectors”, Shelly Arsneault and Shannon K. Vaughn, JPAE – An introduction to the Symposium of the same name, discussing the importance of preparing students for the “new normal of cross-sector collaboration in the public sector workplace”. The Symposium articles (below) explore from different vantage points the increasing importance of addressing the sector bending (collaborations among public, nonprofit, and for-profit sectors) needed to serve the public in public affairs programs.
- “An Integrated Framework of Inter-Sectorality: Nonprofitness and Its Influence on Society and Public Administration Programs”, Robbie Waters Robichau, Kandyce Fernandez, and Patsy Kraeger, JPAE
- “Nonprofit Management Education in Schools with Public Affairs Curricula: An Analysis of the Trend Toward Curriculum Integration”, Judith R. Saidel and Steven Rathgeb Smith, JPAE
- “A Core Issue: The Inseparable Relationship Between Nonprofits and Public Policy”, Shannon K. Vaughan and Shelly Arsneault, JPAE
- “Teaching Social Entrepreneurship in Public Affairs Programs: A Review of Social Entrepreneurship Courses in the Top 30 U.S. Public Administration and Affairs Programs”, Kimberly K. Wiley and Frances S. Berry, JPAE
- “Seeing Clearly: Measuring Skill Sets That Address the “Blurred Boundaries” of Nonprofit Management Education”, Tosha Cantrell-Bruce and Bob Blankenberger, JPAE
- “Collaborations and Partnerships Across Sectors: Preparing the Next Generation for Governance”, Ruth Hoogland DeHoog, JPAE
- “Policymaking in the Global Context: Training Students to Build Effective Strategic Partnerships With Nongovernmental Organizations”, Cristina M. Balboa and Maryam Z. Deloffre, JPAE