Holly T. Goerdel

Dr. Goerdel is Assistant Professor of Public Administration at the University of Kansas. Her research focuses on the contribution of public management to organizational performance, as well as the perceived and actual value of collaboration in interdisciplinary problem solving in the public sector. She has applied both quantitative and qualitative research approaches to confront timely questions of interest to managers, policymakers, and the public in the domains of public education, public health, homeland security governance, and terrorism intelligence and information sharing.

Mark Fuge

Dr. Fuge's research focuses on developing machine learning algorithms that learn from and subsequently aid human design and creativity; a mixture of topics that he calls Design Informatics. This involves using a combination of artificial intelligence, machine learning, computational linguistics, ethnography, human-computer interaction, social science, and crowdsourcing techniques to analyze and build web-based software tools for designers on top of scalable machine learning systems.

Dighton Fiddner, PhD

Dighton Fiddner, PhD is assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He currently teaches international relations, American foreign policy, and public policy courses. His
interests also include national and international security policy, complexity, and the information system as a national security risk.

Dr. Gregory S. Dawson

Dr. Gregory S. Dawson is a Senior Faculty Associate at the Center for Organization Research and Design (CORD) within the College of Public Programs at Arizona State University and is also an Assistant Professor in the W. P. Carey School of Business.  Dr. Dawson was awarded his PhD in Information Systems from the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia.

Sang Ok Choi

Sang Ok Choi is an Assistant Professor of the Center for Public Administration and Policy at the School of Public and International Affairs at Virginia Tech. He was previously an Assistant Professor at the Department of Public Administration and Public Policy at the California State University, Dominguez Hills. He teaches courses on Public Management Network, Public Human Resource Management, Public Budgeting and Financial Management, and Advanced Methods.

Dr. Jesus N. Valero

Jesús N. Valero is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Utah, where he teaches courses on nonprofit organizations and public administration.  His research interests are in public and nonprofit management, cross-sector collaboration, and public service leadership.

Dr. Jesus N. Valero

Jesús N. Valero is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Utah, where he teaches courses on nonprofit organizations and public administration.  His research interests are in public and nonprofit management, cross-sector collaboration, and public service leadership.

Jordan Tama

Jordan Tama is an Assistant Professor of International Relations at American University’s School of International Service, a Research Fellow at the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies, and a Co-Director of the Bridging the Gap Project. A political scientist by training, his research examines the politics, processes, and institutions of U S foreign and national security policy making. He has published work on national security strategic planning, presidential-congressional relations, and independent commissions.

Justin B. Bullock

Justin B. Bullock is an assistant professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service and a research fellow at the Institute for Science, Technology, and Public Policy at Texas A&M University. Bullock earned his PhD in public administration and policy with a specialization in public management and public policy from the University of Georgia in 2014, as well as a master’s in public administration and a bachelor’s in business administration, also from the University of Georgia.

Randy V. Bradley

Randy V. Bradley is an assistant professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management in the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He holds a PhD in Management of Information Technology and Innovation from Auburn University.

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