Adverse Weather Alert for Dec. 10–13

The following courses have been cancelled due to inclement weather:

Government transparency and meaningful participation by residents in their local governments are vital concerns of local government leaders. This School of Government resource site is designed to help interested citizens, employees, and elected leaders have constructive methods for communicating about important programs and issues at the local government level in North Carolina.

We include practical research by School of Government scholars, an experimental blog on community engagement, key research and practice topics, consulting services, and more general resources on public deliberation and participation. The focus is on non-election structures and opportunities for public participation.

Faculty Coordinators

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Associate Professor of Public Administration and Government
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Associate Professor of Public Administration and Government
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Senior Manager of Leadership Curriculum Development
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Lecturer in Public Administration; Director, Public Intersection Project
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Professor of Public Administration and Government
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James E. Holshouser Jr. Distinguished Professor of Public Administration and Government
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Associate Professor of Public Law and Government and Director, Center for Public Technology