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Save the Date - Hatfield Summer Institute - “Innovations in Public Leadership for the Common Good” - Please share this with anyo

“Innovations in Public Leadership for the Common Good” The First Annual Hatfield School of Government Summer Institute beginning in June of 2010  produced by the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government’s Center for Public Service & Portland State University’s Summer Session   When: The kick-off symposium on June 18 (8:30AM to 5PM) includes a keynote speaker, panel discussions of Senator Hatfield’s leadership legacy, and discussions of core values needed for successful public service. Five courses organized around the symposium explore in greater detail successful leadership innovations that are a hallmark of Senator Mark Hatfield’s courageous 46 year career in public service.   The Hatfield Leadership Legacy’s Core Values:

Social Justice (i.e., health care promotion, tribal sovereignty, eliminating racial discrimination and promoting socio-economic equity) Place-based Public Problem Solving (i.e., the role of nonprofits in building social capacity and civic engagement, managing the competing purposes of the Columbia River Basin) Environmental Stewardship (The Gorge Commission, BPA’s role in fish mitigation, sustainable forest practices) Collaborative Approaches to International Relations (leadership that promotes collaborative and cooperation rather than confrontational strategies within and among nation states)

Courses include: ·         Hatfield Leadership Legacy with Doug Morgan & John Gordon ·         Protected Areas & Natural Resource Management with Peter Paquet & Claire Puchy ·         The Great Tribal Leaders of Modern Times with John Platt, Elizabeth Furse, & Kay Reid ·         Collaborative Governance: Theory and Practice with Craig Shinn, Laurel Singer, & Jamie Damon ·         Leadership in Corporate Crime Reform with Danielle McGurrin ·         Leadership for Sustainable Development: A Pilot Application of the New EMERGE Framework and Tools with Marcus Ingle & Kristen Magis

Credit or not: These courses may be taken for graduate (510) or undergraduate (410) credit, or non-credit (099) for professional development or just to spark your imagination and get you off the dime.   More detail: http://www.summer.pdx.edu/hsog/index.php or call CPS at 503.725.8221 or Summer Session at 503.725.4183.   Seize this unique opportunity to engage with a wide range of Hatfield School faculty and community leaders on topics that matter. …  Register today: Instructions at http://www.summer.pdx.edu/  


Sharon Hasenjaeger Center for Public Service Portland State University Tel: (503) 725-8221 Fax: (503) 725-8045 [email protected]  

www.inpm.pdx.edu for information on INPM’s nonprofit courses and events