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Cultural diplomacy

The Power of Cultural Diplomacy: Building Bridges

Discover the role of cultural diplomacy in international relations. Learn how arts, culture, and educational exchange programs promote mutual understanding and build bridges between nations.

Lobbying ethics

Exploring Lobbying Ethics: Principles and Guidelines

Explore the ethical considerations associated with lobbying. Learn about the principles and guidelines that govern ethical lobbying practices, including transparency, integrity, and conflicts of interest.

Davenport AC Member Writes Two Pieces for PM Magazine

In June and July, Michael Huling, Davenport Institute Advisory Council member, City Planner with Clark County in Nevada, wrote two pieces for ICMA’s PM Magazine.

Data Analyst Salary

Data Analyst Salary: Unveiling the Earnings Potential

Discover the earning potential of data analysts! Unveil the truth behind data analyst salaries and explore the lucrative career opportunities in this in-demand field.

iGO Annual Conference 2023

Davenport's Executive Director, Maureen Tobin, led two trainings at the International Association of Government Officials (iGO) 2023 Annual Conference in Fort Worth, Texas.

Davenport Institute Gives Two Talks at London Local Government Conference

In June, the Davenport Institute made its international debut at the MOVE London 2023 Annual Conference.

Davenport Co-Leads Session at CUPSO Annual Conference

Our Assistant Director Pooja Bachani Di Giovanna co-led a session on teaching and training lessons learned during the pandemic with the Director of the Center for Public Leadership and Governance at the University of North Carolina, Peg Carlson, at the Consortium of University Public Service Organizations Annual Conference.

Public Policy Jobs

Top Public Policy Jobs in International Relations and National Security

Discover the top public policy jobs in international relations and national security, exploring key roles that shape global dynamics. From diplomatic strategies to homeland security, uncover rewarding careers in this impactful field.

Karina Rosas, Stephen Shields, and Zachary Wielepski

Why is Pepperdine the Best Policy Graduate Program for Veterans?

The Pepperdine School of Public Policy (SPP) is devoted to preparing students for careers in public service—whether that’s in government, nonprofits, and the policy-related business sector. Serving in the military provides valuable skills to work across sectors with a master of public policy degree (MPP).


Cultural Competency | The Healthy City

Learn how Pepperdine University's School of Public Policy can equip professionals with the necessary skills through their Professional Certificate in Advanced Public Engagement for Local Government.