Faculty Announcement: Professor, Public Policy, UCONN

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Professor, Public Policy, University of Connecticut


Review of applicants will begin on March 18, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled.

The Department of Public Policy (DPP) at the University of Connecticut seeks to fill a tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor starting in August 2019, or as soon as possible thereafter. The Department of Public Policy is home to the NASPAA-accredited Master of Public Administration (MPA), the Master of Public Policy (MPP), the on-line Graduate Program in Survey Research, the MPA Fellows (an executive MPA cohort), and four graduate certificates in nonprofit management, public financial management, survey research and leadership and public management. The Department also offers an undergraduate minor and a “fast-track” (3+2) program.

The Department of Public Policy is located on the new state-of-the-art campus in Hartford, Connecticut’s capital city. The University of Connecticut is a premier research institution, designated as a Research University/Very High research activity by the Carnegie Foundation. UConn is ranked 22nd by U.S. News & World Report among national public universities in the United States. The Department’s public affairs programs are ranked 9th in public budgeting and finance and 44th among public affairs programs. The Department of Public Policy has 15 full-time faculty, 140 graduate students, and 1,100 alumni.

While the position is open to all areas of specialization, focus, and approaches, candidates with research interests in the analysis or evaluation of public programs are of greatest interest. The successful candidate’s primary teaching assignment will be to offer core and elective classes in the MPA and MPP programs, including policy analysis and quantitative methods courses. The specific teaching assignment will be determined based on the interests of the candidate and the needs of the Department, and can include graduate or undergraduate classes.