Two Asian scholars kicked off the return of the NCPAG Guest Lecture Series in March.
Dr. Benjamin Muego delivered his lecture “American Federalism Revisited: Sorting out the Grain from the Chaff” by Dr. Benjamin Muego on March 14, 2017. Dr. Muego is a former Professor of Political Science at Bowling Green State University in the United States and currently Professorial Lecturer in International Law, Comparative Foreign Policy, Comparative Government and International Organization in the School of Diplomacy and Governance of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde.
Muego was followed a week after by Dr. Sida Sonsri who presented her study “Comparative Public Administration: Thailand and the Philippines.” Dr. Sonsri is Dean and Associate Professor of the College of Politics and Governance of Mahasarakham University in Thailand.
Started in 2014 and spearheaded by the Center for Public Administration and Governance education (CPAGE), the Lecture Series aims to strengthen the College’s tradition of scholarship and intellectual praxis through the percolation and discussion of bright ideas on burning issues, trends and developments in Public Administration and Governance.