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401 Cooper Street
Camden, NJ 08102

For Graduate Programs:
Ms. Sandra Cheesman
Phone: (856) 225-6860

For Urban Studies:
Ms. Karen McGrath
Phone: (856) 225-6337

Dept. Fax: (856) 225-6559

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Brandi Blessett

Degree School: Old Dominion University
Field of Degree: Urban Policy
Position:  Assistant Professor of Urban Studies and Public Administration

Research Interests:  administrative responsibility, health disparities, and urban inequality

Courses: Urban & Regional Revitalization Policy, Human Resources Mangement, Community Development Colloquium

 

Gloria Bonilla-Santiago

Degree School: City University of New York
Field of Degree: Ph.D. Sociology
Position: Board of Governors Service Professor of Public Policy and Administration, and Director, Community Leadership Center

Research Interests: leadership, school leadership and partnerships, charter schools, communities and poverty, children and families, early childhood and literacy, migration and migrant workers, women and leadership

Courses: Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Communication Skills, Managerial Skills, Foundations of Policy Analysis, Urban Practicum, Directed Study, Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement in Schools, History and Theory of Community Development

  

Picture of Dr. ChevrierMarie Isabelle Chevrier

Degree School: Harvard University
Field of Degree: Ph.D. Public Policy
Position: Professor of Public Policy and Administration and Department Chair

Research Interests: arms control, chemical and biological weapons policy, international negotiations, conflict and conflict resolution

Courses: International Negotiations, International Conflict and Conflict Resolution, Negotiations for Effective Management, Public Management

 

Stephen DanleyStephen Danley

Degree School: University of Oxford, Nuffield College
Field of Degree: D.Phil. Social Policy
Position: Assistant Professor Public Policy and Administration

Research Interests: local knowledge, informal organizations, local networks, urban neighborhoods, urban policy, New Orleans, Camden, Philadelphia

Courses: Local Knowledge: City Policy in New Orleans and Camden, International Economic Development, Qualitative Research Methods, Camden and the Greater Philadelphia Region

 

Maureen DonaghyMaureen M. Donaghy

Degree School: University of Colorado
Field of Degree: Ph.D. Political Science 
Position: Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Policy (joint appointment)

Research Interests: development and civil society, with an emphasis on participatory governance, urban politics and Latin America

Courses: International Economic Development, Colloquium on Poverty Alleviation Strategies, IPSD Capstone

  

Christopher Goodman

Degree School: University of Georgia
Field of Degree: Ph.D. Public Administration
Position: Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration

Research Interests: local public finance, public financial management, economic development, urban policy

Courses: Introduction to Public Budgeting and Finance, Financial Management of Public Programs, Research Methods

  

Richard A. Harris

Degree School: University of Pennsylvania
Field of Degree: Ph.D. Political Science
Position: Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Administration (joint appointment)

Research Interests: government/business relations, regulatory policy, environmental policy

Courses: Foundations of Policy Analysis, Law and Public Policy, Environmental Policy, Regulatory Policy, Logic of Social Inquiry

 

Michael HayesMichael Hayes

Degree School:  American University
Field of Degree:
 Ph.D. in Public Administration and Policy
Position: Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration

Research Interests: Public Finance and Budgeting, Education Finance and Policy, Public Management, Tax Policy 

Courses: Foundations of Policy Analysis, Financial Management of Public Programs 

 

Paul Jargowsky

Degree School:  Harvard University
Field of Degree:  Ph.D. Public Policy
Position:  Professor of Public Policy, and Director, Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE)

Research Interests: inequality, geographic concentration of poverty, residential segregation by race and class, educational attainment and economic mobility 

Courses:  Economics, Sociology, Social Policy, Quantitative Methods

  

Margo Kaplankaplan

Degree School: New York University; Harvard University
Field of Degree: J.D., Masters in Public Administration
Position: Assistant Professor of Law and Public Policy (joint appointment with Rutgers-Camden School of Law)

Research Interests: law and public policy related to health, sex, and sexuality; criminal law; LGBTQ law and policy; feminism and the law

Courses: Health Law, Policy and Community

 

Patrice M. Mareschal

Degree School: University of Oklahoma
Field of Degree: Ph.D., Political Science
Position: Associate Professor of Public Policy and Administration

Research Interests: conflict resolution, labor unions, public policy

Courses: Labor Management Relations, Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Ethics In Government, Research Methods, Foundations of Policy Analysis, Colloquium in Conflict Resolution, Colloquium in Program Evaluation

  

Lorraine C. Minnite

Degree School: City University of New York
Field of Degree: Ph.D. Political Science
Position:  Associate Professor of Public Policy and Director, Undergraduate Urban Studies Program

Research Interests:  inequality and poverty; American and urban politics and policy; voting rights; social movements; race, ethnicity and class; immigration

Courses: Foundations of Policy Analysis, Politics of Community Development, Alternative Development Strategies for Distressed Cities, Poverty and the Urban Environment, Research Workshop

  

Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn

Degree School: University of Texas at Dallas
Field of Degree:
Ph.D. Public Policy and Political Economy
Position: Assistant Professor of Public Policy 

Research Interests: public policy, public economics, income inequality, preferences for redistribution, urban and rural issues, cultural economics, values and religion, economics of happiness, quality of life, life satisfaction, economic and political transition in Eastern Europe 

Courses: Urban and Regional Economic Development, Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

Beth Rabinowitz

Degree School:  University of California, Berkeley
Field of Degree:  Ph.D. Political Science
Position:  Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Administration (joint appointment)

Research Interests:  regime strategies and political stability in sub-Saharan Africa, with a particular focus on rural alliances

Courses:  African Politics, Comparative Politics, International Development