MPA FACULTY AND STAFF
Professor and Director, MPA Program
Dr. Reinke pulls from her practical experience and knowledge of public policy and program evaluation to help students grasp how to use analytical tools to address the difficult challenges facing today's public and nonprofit managers and leaders. Dr. Reinke is the MPA Director and is the academic advisor for students, schedules courses, and manages administrative tasks for the program.
A true "pracademic," Dr. Miller uses his experience as a combat infantryman in Vietnam and career fire service officer to give students insight into the challenges of leading and managing today's workforce. He brings practical experience and scholarly theories in organizational theory and human resource management together in a way students both grasp and enjoy.
A native of Ghana and graduate of the University of Akron, Dr. Hammond brings his research in social policy and economic development into the classroom to help students understand the nature of social and economic problems and the impact they have on individuals and societies as a whole.
One of the nation's leading scholars in judicial politics, Dr. Ginn's research work in judicial selection, decision-making, and politics is widely cited. Her unique blend of legal expertise and analytical skill coupled with a passion for the Constitution make her the perfect choice to teach our students what they need to know about the Constitution and the law.
An award-winning expert in research methodology and statistics, Dr. Searles is a leading scholar in examining the role of emotions in political behavior. She brings her extraordinary research and statistical skills into our classrooms, ensuring students leave with a solid understanding of analytical approaches to decision-making.
PART-TIME FACULTYDr. William M. Harris, Sr.
The MPA Office is staffed by Mr. Andrew Worth.
The office hours are from 7am-6pm M-T and 7-5 on Fridays.
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