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The major objective of the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administrations Messick Fellows program is to stimulate scholarship in public administration by bringing distinguished scholars and researchers to Biden School to interact with faculty, students, staff, alumni, and friends. Over the years, we have had many distinguished scholars visit us through the Messick Fellows Program.
Sandra O. Archibald
Professor and Dean, Evans School of Public Policy and Governance University of Washington
Why am I jealous of Delaware? Innovation, programs, and initiatives of top ten schools
Visiting Scholar, School of Public Policy & Administration University of Delaware
Professor Emeritus, Price School of Public Policy University of Southern California
"Mending Our Safety Net: Building Our Labor Force"
Professor of Public Administration and Policy, L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs and Executive Director, Grace E. Harris Leadership Institute Virginia Commonwealth University
A Nervous Area of Government
Charles P. Messick Chair in Public Administration, School of Public Policy & Administration University of Delaware
with former Messick Chairs:
University of Southern California
Emeritus Faculty, University of Delaware
"The Civil Service Reform After Two Decades of Reinvention"
Dean and Board of Governors, Professor, School of Public Affairs & Administration Rutgers University, Newark
Five Great Ideas for the Future of Public Service
Frances S. Berry
Frank Sherwood Professor of Public Administration, Askew School of Public Administration and Policy Florida State University
Green Policies: Engines of Innovation in Todays Political Environment
Walter D. Broadnax
Distinguished Professor of Public Administration, Maxwell School Syracuse University
Leadership Challenges for the President: A World of Opportunities and Hazards
School of Public and Environmental Affairs Indiana University, Bloomington
Public Service is the Bedrock of American Society
Glasgow Caledonian, Scotland
Dean Catalin Baba
The Impact of Globalization on Governance: Developing Inter-Cultural Competencies
An International Perspective on Public Management and Democratic Governance
University of Bayreuth, Germany
Preparing Students for Career Planning and Local Government Administration
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