Frank Kuzminski of Los Alamos graduated May 29 from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University with a Master’s in Public Administration degree (MPA).
Kuzminski, son of Jozef and Barbara Kuzminski of White Rock, has served on tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom, and in Korea as a U.S. Army Infantry Officer. He is also a West Point graduate. Following graduation, he will be on the Army Staff for Strategic Plans and Policy at the Pentagon.
“The graduating class of 2014 is a dedicated and inspired group of women and men who aspire to make the world a better place by carrying forth the Harvard Kennedy School mission of public service in its many forms,” said Harvard Kennedy School Dean David T. Ellwood. “They are talented, ambitious and well prepared to meet the many difficult challenges that will confront them in the years ahead.”
The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University maintains an abiding commitment to advancing the public interest by training skilled, enlightened leaders, and solving public problems through world-class scholarship and active engagement with practitioners and decision makers. The school offers the depth, reflection, insight and excellence of ideas and teaching that can shape future leaders, affect public policies and make an impact on people and their daily lives.