The International Comparative Policy Analysis (ICPA) Forum affiliated with the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis (JCPA) and NASPAA will kick-off a new partnership agreement which includes a joint screening and recognition of the best comparative syllabus or major assignments (simulations, experiential learning, cases, projects, etc). The workshop and the annual award seek to highlight comparative approaches to teaching and learning that are effective and engaging. In particular, we are interested in comparative approaches to teaching about the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and strategies for advancing SDG 16, although this need not be the focus of the course or project. In addition to a $500 award, winning material may be considered for the JCPA and/or Journal of Public Affairs Education (JPAE).
The session will take place at the NASPAA conference Wednesday, Oct. 10, 10 am - 4 pm and will be convened by Nadia Rubaii, Binghamton University.
Call for Proposals
Proposal should be 300 words max and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proposal Submission Deadline
: September 15, 2018
Notification of Accepted Proposals: September 20, 2018
Full Syllabus, Case or Simulation Submission and Registration: October 5, 2018
Please note Registration for the ICPA Forum Session is separate from regular NASPAA Conference Registration.
The workshop includes refreshments during the workshop and a complimentary reception following. The workshop fee for all participants (presenters, discussants and other attendees), is $56 for students, $66 for faculty at institutions that are members in good standing of the ICPA Forum, and $76 for faculty from other institutions. The fee includes membership to the ICPA-Forum and all related benefits as well as a FREE annual subscription to the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis.