Master of Public Administration Student Amanda Janice
The Master of Public Administration program at Ohio University is an interdisciplinary two-year program offered through the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, and is available in two flexible formats. The MPA program is designed to be responsive to students at all levels (from novice to career-service professionals), students in disparate geographic locations, and students in various employment circumstances. The program equips graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to address difficult social problems, meet complex challenges, and enhance public value. Listen to student Amanda Janice as she describes her experience.
Ellen Grinsfelder talks about the positive impact the Small Business Development Center at the Voinovich School has had on her business, the Inn at Cedar Falls.
Chesterhill Produce Auction
The Chesterhill Produce Auction operates out of Chesterhill, Ohio. Ohio University's Voinovich School and Small Business Development Center has worked with the Auction to help produce a viable, sustainable business. The Auction now provides a sense of community to those who participate.
Ghostblind Industries, a company located in Marietta, Ohio has worked with TechGROWTH Ohio to secure venture capital funding and business assistance services. Founded by hunting enthusiasts Chet Burdette and Kevin Pottmeyer, the company's signature hunting blinds utilize lightweight, reflective panels to create a fool-proof camouflage in any landscape. Based on its potential to attract a large market, create jobs and contribute to the regional economy, GhostBlind Industries was a prime candidate for TechGROWTH Ohio support.
Master of Public Adminsitration
Follow along with two students for their first year in the Ohio University Master of Public Administration program housed within the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs. Students in this program are part of project teams working on real world projects, applying their classroom knowledge to real life situations.
Faculty and staff of the Marietta City Schools talk about important aspects of OAEI.
Pierce Run part I
Mitch Farley of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources discusses the efforts to clean up acid mine drainage along Pierce Run in the Raccoon Creek Watershed.
Pierce Run part II
Ben McCament, Watershed Coordinator for the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, discusses the importance of efforts to clean up acid mine drainage along Pierce Run in the Raccoon Creek Watershed.