Roger Singh, a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration student, was recently appointed to lieutenant of the Suffolk County Auxiliary Police, a volunteer civil defense force equipped and trained to assist the Suffolk County Police Department in New York. Singh has volunteered with the auxiliary police force for more than 13 years.
Mark Maxwell, a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration student, was recently featured in an article on the Freedom to Marry website about his January wedding to longtime partner Timothy Young in Washington, D.C. Their wedding signaled the close of stage four of the Campaign for Southern Equality’s “We Do” campaign, where committed same-sex couples across the South applied for marriage licenses. Maxwell is a real estate broker and the vice president of the North Carolina Foster and Adoptive Parent Association and a therapeutic foster/adoptive parent. He is currently writing his dissertation on North Carolina’s position on adoption.
Bessie DiDomenica, a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration student, presented “Urban Food Policy: Exploring Small-Scale Gardens for Local Food Production” at the Northeast Conference on Public Administration in November 2012. Learn more about her experience on the Career Services Blog.
LaSheka Hollingsworth, a Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) student, wrote What If? (Outskirts Press, 2012), a book about how readers can define their future.