Public Administration/Public Affairs Graduate Programs
Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, Ph.D.
Leadership, school leadership and partnerships, charter schools, communities and poverty, children and families, early childhood and literacy, migration and migrant workers, women and leadership
Melanie Bowers Whitley, Ph.D.
Urban and minority politics and policy in the United States
Marie Isabelle Chevrier, Ph.D.
Arms control, chemical and biological weapons policy, international negotiations, conflict and conflict resolution
Stephen Danley, Ph.D.
Local knowledge, informal organizations, local networks, urban neighborhoods, urban policy, New Orleans, Camden, Philadelphia
Maureen M. Donaghy, Ph.D.
Development and civil society, with an emphasis on participatory governance, urban politics and Latin America
Richard A. Harris, Ph.D.
Government/business relations, regulatory policy, environmental policy
Michael Hayes, Ph.D.
Public finance and budgeting, education finance and policy, public management, tax policy
Paul Jargowsky, Ph.D.
Inequality, geographic concentration of poverty, residential segregation by race and class, educational attainment and economic mobility
Patrice M. Mareschal, Ph.D.
Conflict resolution, labor unions, public policy
Angie McGuire, Ph.D.
Associate Teaching Professor
Economic development, local government
Lorraine C. Minnite, Ph.D.
Inequality and poverty; American and urban politics and policy; voting rights; social movements; race, ethnicity and class; immigration
Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn, Ph.D.
Inequality, preferences for redistribution, urban and rural issues, cultural, values and religion, happiness, quality of life, life satisfaction
Beth Rabinowitz, Ph.D.
Regime strategies and political stability in sub-Saharan Africa, with a particular focus on rural alliances