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Dean Pagano's Curriculum Vitae


 


A Message from Dean Pagano

 

Welcome to UIC’s College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs (CUPPA) Web Site.

I invite you to take a look at our college and find the many ways in which we are contributing to the quality of life in metropolitan Chicago and other urban areas around the world as well as to enhancing the performance of government and non-profit agencies. Whether it’s through one of our nationally recognized academic programs in public administration or urban planning and policy, or in one of our premier research centers, you’ll see that CUPPA is a recognized innovator in education, research, and engagement.Please reflect on the ways in which you can benefit from CUPPA. Take advantage of all that we have to offer. Come to our seminars and public lectures, become active in our associations and committees. We offer courses, programs, seminars, lectures, and public events meant to make the college a source of life-long learning for our students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends.The college is part of an extraordinarily dynamic, comprehensive public university located in the heart of one of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas. CUPPA has a rich culture and history as well as a commitment to innovation. Join us in taking advantage of the opportunities we offer.I invite you to contact me with any special insights or ideas about CUPPA at MAPagano@uic.edu or by calling 312.413.8088.

Sincerely,

 

Michael A. Pagano
Dean, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs

Dean Pagano's Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

 

 


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