Patrick Falastein recipient of CAPPA National Student Award

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School would like to congratulate Patrick Falastein, MPA graduate, on being selected as National Student Award recipient for the University of Saskatchewan and a candidate for the Thought Leadership Awards in Public Administration.

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School would like to congratulate Patrick Falastein, MPA graduate, on being selected as National Student Award recipient for the University of Saskatchewan and a candidate for the Thought Leadership Awards in Public Administration.

The National Student and Thought Leadership Awards in Public Administration, a joint initiative of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) and the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration (CAPPA), aims to recognize talent in Canadian schools at the regional level and at the national level. It promotes excellence in public administration and showcases the top talent emerging from Canadian programs each year. This award was given out at the Annual Conference of the Institute of Public Administration in Ottawa in August.

For more information about CAPPA, visit http://www.cappa.ca.
Fore more information about IPAC, visit http://www.ipac.ca/.
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