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Wednesday, August 25, 2010 Social Media 1st Amendment   Volume 6 Issue 8  
CONTENTS
Social Media, the First Amendment, and Citizens
The BIG One: Interagency Collaboration Before, During, and After an Emergency
Statewide Graduate School Fairs
To be Liked or not to be Liked? That is the Question!
Good Ideas: Making Education Relevant
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Social Media, the First Amendment, and Citizens
by Megan Crowley, CPPA

Now that local governments have embraced social media as a means to generate citizen engagement, there are some associated legal issues that should be addressed. One issue is how social media relates to constitutional freedom of speech.
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The BIG One: Interagency Collaboration Before, During, and After an Emergency
Utah Intergovernmental Rountable Annual Summit

September 30, 2010
8:00 am to 1:30 pm
Salt Lake Downtown Hilton

UIR's 2010 Summit will focus on the lessons learned from past catastrophic events and the implications of these lessons for collaboration between government agencies, and with local businesses. The goal will be to increase the knowledge of government agencies on the importance of interagency coordination prior to and during a crisis to ensure the best outcome possible. If you are a public leader who would need to respond in a time of emergency, join local and national experts for a lively discussion.

To get more information and to register, go to:
http://www.cppa.utah.edu/uir/annual_summit.html
 

Statewide Graduate School Fairs
Are you interested in earning a masters degree? The Center for Public Policy & Administration invites you to learn more about our graduate programs at the upcoming statewide graduate school fairs. Representatives from the Master of Public Administration (MPA), Master of Public Policy (MPP) and Master of International Affairs & Global Enterprise (MIAGE) will be available to answer questions about the programs and help you navigate the graduate school application process.
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To be Liked or not to be Liked? That is the Question!
by Tricia Baker, M.P.A., CPPA

Someone once told me that if you want to be a manager, donít plan on being liked. As a new manager, I was a little upset at this statement, because I have a lot of friends and many more acquaintances, and I like to be around lots of different types of people. I find them interesting and fascinating. And I am not ashamed to say, I want to be liked. By all of them Ė even those who work for me. While as a leader and manager it is sometimes difficult to be friends with everyone, surely I can still be liked?
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Good Ideas: Making Education Relevant
by Sara McCormick, M.P.A., CPPA

When do you learn best? For most individuals, it is when the materials seem pertinent or important to your life. Grant High School in Sacramento, California decided that this approach might grab the attention of students interested in athletics and help them connect with the relevance of their education.
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