Difference between revisions of "Erwin Gaspar A. Alampay"

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* '''PA 111''' (Management of Organizations)
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* PA 111 - Management of Organizations
* '''PA 113''' (Office and Systems Management)
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* PA 113 - Office and Systems Management
* '''PA 213''' (Management Planning and Control)
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* PA 199.1 - Research Methods in Public Administration I
* '''PA 323''' (Seminar on the Administration of Social Development)
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* PA 199.2 - Research Methods in Public Administration II
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* PA 213 - Management Planning and Control
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* PA 323 - Seminar on the Administration of Social Development
  
 
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Revision as of 03:04, 13 June 2012

Dr. Erwin Gaspar A. Alampay sits as the incumbent director of the Center for Leadership, Citizenship, and Democracy (CLCD) of the U.P. National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG) where he serves as an associate professor.

He holds a Ph.D. degree in Development Administration & Management from the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom and obtained his M.A. in development studies from the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands.


Education

  • Ph.D. Development Administration and Management, University of Manchester
  • M.A. Development Studies, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands
  • B.S. Industrial Engineering, University of the Philippines

Administrative Positions

  • Director, U.P. Center for Leadership, Citizenship, and Democracy
  • Former Information Systems Coordinator, UP-NCPAG

Courses Handled

  • PA 111 - Management of Organizations
  • PA 113 - Office and Systems Management
  • PA 199.1 - Research Methods in Public Administration I
  • PA 199.2 - Research Methods in Public Administration II
  • PA 213 - Management Planning and Control
  • PA 323 - Seminar on the Administration of Social Development