Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell was born in Calgary, Alberta in 1943. He was educated in that city and at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, where he received his A.B. (Hons.) in political science in 1965. In 1966, he obtained his M.A. in political science at the University of Alberta. He completed his Ph.D. in political science at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina in 1973. From 1975 to 1983, Campbell taught at York University in Toronto where he became professor of political science and coordinator of the Public Policy and Administration Program.

Terry F. Buss

Terry F. Buss is Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University and a Fellow, National Academy of Public Administration. He earned a doctorate in political science and mathematics from the Ohio State University. He has managed public policy and management programs and research centers at Ohio State University, Youngstown State University, University of Akron, Suffolk University, and Florida International University. He has also served as a senior policy advisor at the Council of Governors Policy Advisors, Congressional Research Service, U.S.

Linda Williams

Dr. Williams is an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University. Her scholarly research focuses on administrative law, environmental policy, and immigration policy. She is interested in the effects of climate change on the mitigation and adaption policies of local and state governments, comparative immigration and immigrant policies, and the process through which immigrant policies are carried out by local bureaucratic agencies. Ms.

Trevor L. Brown

Trevor Brown conducts research and teaches on public management and leadership, governance, government contracting, public private partnerships, and democracy and democratic transitions.

Professor Brown received his Ph.D. in Public Policy and Political Science from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs and the Department of Political Science, Indiana University and a B.A. in Public Policy from Stanford University.

Lloyd A. Blanchard

Lloyd A. Blanchard is an Assistant Professor of Public Administration at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. His public sector experience includes serving as senior advisor for financial management at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, chief operating officer of the Small Business Administration, and associate director for the Office of Management and Budget. Prior to his time in government, he served on the faculty of the Daniel J.

Christopher Ansell

Christopher Ansell received his BA in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia in 1979 and worked at the U.S. Office of Technology Assessment from 1979 through 1984. He received his PhD in Political Science from the University of Chicago in 1993. He is currently Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, where he teaches courses in public administration, organization theory, public policy, and regulation. Ansell’s current research focuses on how public agencies manage societal risks and govern unruly public problems.

R. Michael Alvarez

R. Michael Alvarez is a Professor of Political Science at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California. He is currently co-director of the Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project. In his academic career, Dr. Alvarez has published three books: two on electoral politics and public opinion, and one on Internet voting. He is currently collaborating with Thad E. Hall on a book on the e-voting controversy, which will be published by Princeton University Press in 2006.

Robert Agranoff

Robert Agranoff was Professor Emeritus in the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University–Bloomington, where was a part of the Policy and Administration and the Urban and Regional faculty groups. Prior to his retirement from full-time status, he served as associate dean for Bloomington, director of Public Affairs/Public Policy Doctoral Programs, and chairperson, Policy and Administration Faculty (1980–2001). Since 1990, he was affiliated with the Government and Public Administration Program of the Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset in Madrid, Spain.