Congratulations to Dean John Bartle, Ph.D., on his election to president-elect of the 8,000 member American Society for Public Administration (ASPA). It is a important accomplishment that displays the exhausting work and dedication he has proven within the discipline of public administration and his dedication to public service. Bartle will serve a two-year time period as president-elect starting in March of 2023 and can assume the two-year time period as president of ASPA in 2025.
Bartle is dean of the School of Public Affairs and Neighborhood Service, and a professor of Public Administration at UNO. He has been at UNO since 1994 and has served as dean since 2011, main a number of educational initiatives. He has served as chair of the Affiliation for Budgeting and Monetary Administration (ABFM), and the Part on Transportation Coverage and Administration (STPA) of the Community of Colleges of Public Coverage, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA). Bartle was elected as a fellow of the Nationwide Academy of Public Administration in 2010 and at the moment serves as treasurer. He acquired two main awards from ASPA sections: the Aaron Wildavsky Award from ABFM for lifetime achievement in budgeting and monetary administration and the Truitt-Felbinger Award from STPA for important contributions to the sphere of transportation coverage and administration. He has co-authored or edited 4 books: Revolutionary Infrastructure Finance: A Information for State and Native Governments; Administration Insurance policies in Native Authorities Finance; Sustainable Growth for Public Administration; and Evolving Theories of Public Budgeting. He has printed 70 articles and e book chapters in each educational and practitioner shops, together with Public Administration Evaluation; Public Budgeting & Finance; State and Native Authorities Evaluation; public administration; Sustainability; and Journal of Public Administration Analysis and Concept.
Bartle has made important contributions to public finance and budgeting idea and follow. He teaches and does analysis on transportation, public coverage evaluation, public budgeting, native authorities fiscal administration practices, and sustainable improvement. Bartle’s analysis has been utilized by state and native governments to tell their decision-making processes on numerous fiscal points. He has labored with the Nebraska Legislature to supply coverage recommendation for over ten years.
Bartle earned his bachelor’s diploma from Swarthmore School, his MPA from the College of Texas, and his Ph.D. from Ohio State College. He acquired the honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the State College of New York in 2016. He labored in metropolis and state authorities in Minnesota and for state and nationwide nonprofit analysis organizations on tax coverage points.
He stated, “UNO has given me the chance to develop. I’ve had nice colleagues and college students over the previous 28 years and have been deeply engaged with many leaders in authorities and the nonprofit sector in Nebraska. I admire UNO’s assist in my profession.”
Since 1939, ASPA has been the nation’s most revered society representing all boards within the public service enviornment. It’s an advocate for higher effectiveness in authorities, brokers of goodwill and professionalism, publishers of democratic journalism at its absolute best, purveyors of progressive idea and follow and suppliers of worldwide citizenship. ASPA leaders consider that by embracing new concepts, addressing key public service points, and selling change on the native, federal, and worldwide ranges, the society can improve the standard of lives worldwide.
ASPA is the biggest and most distinguished broadly primarily based skilled affiliation in American public administration. It has a various membership of roughly 8,000 practitioners, academicians, and college students. ASPA serves because the principal enviornment for linking idea and follow inside the discipline of public administration.