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Is Public Budgeting in Crisis? U.S. and International Perspectives: A Conference Celebrating the Career and Retirement of Allen Schick

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In 1981, the University of Maryland School of Public Policy was established with fewer than 10 faculty members, including Professor Allen Schick. Through changing locations and changing faces of staff and faculty, the one constant factor during Professor Schick’s 38 years at the School of Public Policy is his love of teaching and working with students.

Prior to coming to the School, Professor Schick started teaching in 1961 at Tufts University. His teaching experience has spanned 58 years and his background includes jobs with the Brookings Institution, the Congressional Research Service, as well as work in 45 of the 50 U.S. states and more than 50 countries.

Join us on November 15 for a conference celebrating the career and retirement of Professor Allen Schick. The conference program includes:

WELCOME BY DEAN ROBERT ORR
10:00 - 10:15 AM

INTERNATIONAL POLICY PANEL
10:15 - 11:30 AM

MODERATOR:
THE HONORABLE SUSAN SCHWAB, PROFESSOR, UMD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY

PANELISTS:
JAMES BRUMBY, DIRECTOR, GOVERNANCE GLOBAL PRACTICE, WORLD BANK GROUP

MATTHEW ANDREWS, EDWARD S. MASON SENIOR LECTURER, HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL

LUNCH AND REFLECTIONS FROM PROFESSOR ALLEN SCHICK
11:45 AM - 1:15 PM

DOMESTIC POLICY PANEL
1:30 - 2:45 PM

MODERATOR:
PHILIP JOYCE, PROFESSOR & SENIOR ASSOC. DEAN, UMD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY

PANELISTS:
THE HONORABLE GENE DODARO, COMPTROLLER GENERAL, U.S. GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE

PHILLIP SWAGEL, DIRECTOR, CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE; PROFESSOR, UMD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY

TRACY GORDON, SENIOR FELLOW, URBAN INSTITUTE

CLOSING REMARKS BY PROFESSOR SCHICK
2:45 - 3:00 PM

 

Registration is required. 

Those traveling from out of town can book hotel accommodations by visiting the
College Park Marriott website or calling 301-985-7300. 


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