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Professor Maureen Berner recently delivered a TEDx presentation on the North Carolina Hunger Project, which tracks hunger and food insecurity in the state. Read about her research and the event in our latest blog post.

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Learn about the function of a school of #government and what separates the UNC Chapel Hill School of Government from others in our latest blog post.

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MPA@UNC student Jason Hyatt had the rare opportunity to host a town hall event with President Barack Obama. Read about his experience hosting President Obama and his experience in the MPA@UNC program.

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In our latest blog post students from the online and on-campus MPA programs discuss their relative experience. Click below.

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In November we hosted our Annual Public Administration Conference. The three-day event, focused on the theme of “connectivity,” provided an opportunity for MPA@UNC students, on-campus students, alumni, practitioners, faculty, and staff to discuss latest trends in public administration and network with each other. Read more: 

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According to a study cited in Harvard Business Review, nine out of 10 organizations rely on content marketing to cultivate relationships with customers. Here are five reasons why your #nonprofit website should have a blog.

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Our latest blog post examines how the planning and economic development departments within the #Raleigh government have successfully catapulted the city into national rankings for growth and economics.

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"As planning director, I certainly have lots of ideas for the future of Raleigh; my role is not to impose a vision but to help the community craft its own vision for what our city could be."

We interviewed Ken Bowers, Director of Planning and Development for the City of #Raleigh, NC. Read his thoughts on Raleigh's growth trajectory.

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