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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

NEW Video: What MPS Co-op can do for you?

The skill sets that I got in the MPS program like briefing notes, stakeholder analysis, jurisdictional analysis I was using at day one in my co-op -  Whitney Philippi, Class of 2015

Friday, October 21, 2016

We Welcome our New MPS Advisory Group

group photo of MPS advisory group at annual student and alumni mixer

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Master of Public Service co-op student works on Parliament Hill

Zuhair and Trudeau in front of the House of Commons

Zuhair Zaidi, a student in the Master of Public Service program at Waterloo, has been interested in Canadian politics since the age of 15. Thanks to Waterloo’s flexibility in allowing students to arrange their own jobs, Zaidi landed a co-op work term in the House of Commons this past spring.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Matthew Johnson is Windsor's New Economic Development Officer

Matthew Johnson
Congratulations to Matthew Johnson, MPS Class of 2012, who recently began the City of Windsor's new Economic Development Officer position.
 

From receiving the Dep

Monday, August 29, 2016

Professor Emmett MacFarlane on Electoral Reform Panel in the House of Commons

Headshot of professor Emmett MacFarlane

On August 23rd 2016, the House of Common’s Special Committee on Electoral Reform heard from a panel of three experts, among them our very own Master of Public Service and University of Waterloo professor Emmett MacFarlane!  We are very proud to say that professor MacFarlane’s work has been issued in the International Political Science Review (IPSR) as well as other public administration publications in recent years.  Drawing evidence from accrued political science knowledge, he has and continues to advise the Canadian government on reform processes for the senate, and on