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Dr. Leslie Leip

Dr. Leip

Leslie A. Leip, Ph.D.
School of Public Administration
Social Science Building, Room 301c
777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431 (561) 297-4153 (Office) E-Mail Address: lleip@fau.edu

My career in education began when I received my Bachelor's in Education from the University of Missouri-Columbia. I taught theatre, speech, and English at high schools in St. Louis, Missouri until I started my graduate work. I received a Master's in Public Policy Administration and Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Missouri - St. Louis. Upon the completion of my Ph.D. in 1992, I joined the faculty at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. I taught undergraduate and graduate political science courses. I decided I wanted to move to Florida, so I applied for a job at FAU in 1995. I am currently a faculty member in the School of Public Administration in the College for Design and Social Inquiry.

My training as a quantitative methodologist has allowed me to teach method courses, complete some very interesting research, and be involved with several dissertations. Information about my courses, research, and service is included in my web site. In addition, there is information about using the Internet as a research tool.

Education
  • Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Missouri - St. Louis, 1992
    Specialty Areas: Quantitative Methods, Program Evaluation, Public Policy
  • Master of Public Policy Administration, University of Missouri - St. Louis, 1990
  • Bachelor of Science in Education, University of Missouri - Columbia , 1983
Academic Positions
  • Associate Professor, Florida Atlantic University , School of Public Administration, 2001-present
  • Assistant Professor, Florida Atlantic University , School of Public Administration, 1995-2001
  • Assistant Professor, James Madison University , Political Science Program and Public Administration Graduate Program, 1992-1995
  • Instructor, University of Missouri - St. Louis , Department of Political Science, 1991-1992
Scholarly Activities
  • Stinchcomb, Jeanne and Leslie Leip. (2013). Expanding the literature on job satisfaction in corrections: A national study of jail employees. Criminal Justice and Behavior. DOI: 10.1177/0093854813489667
  • Leip, Leslie and Jeanne Stinchcomb. (2013). Should I stay or should I go?: Job satisfaction and turnover intent of jail staff throughout the United States. Criminal Justice Review 38 (2), 226-241. DOI: 10.1177/0734016813478822
  • Stinchcomb, Jeanne and Leslie Leip. (2013). Retaining Desirable Workers in a Less-Than-Desirable Workplace: Perspectives of Line Staff and Jail Administrators. Corrections Compendium (forthcoming).
  • Stinchcomb, Jeanne and Leslie Leip. (2013). Turning off jail turnover: do generational differences matter? Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society, 26, 67-83.
  • Stinchcomb, Jeanne and Leslie Leip. (2012). Recruiting the Next Generation of Jail Employees: Does Generational Relevance or Agency Size Make a Difference? American Journal of Criminal Justice, 37, 452-470.
  • Stinchcomb, Jeanne and Leslie Leip. (2010). When the Applicant Surplus Subsides: Evidence-based Recruitment Strategies to Meet Tomorrow?s Workforce Needs. Sheriff 62, 30-33.
  • Leip, Leslie. (2010). Report on the 2004 and 2006 Protecting Inmates and Safeguarding Communities Program Grants: Summary of Federal and State Proposed Funding Initiatives. Grant report submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance.
  • Stinchcomb, Jeanne and Leslie Leip. (2010). The National Jail Workforce Survey: Methodological Challenges. Corrections Today (April), 150-151.
  • Leip, Leslie, Jeanne Stinchcomb and Susan McCampbell.  September 2009. “Special Report:  Selected Findings from the National Jail Workforce Survey – Employee Recruitment and Retention.” Monograph submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance.
  • McCampbell, Susan, Jeanne Stinchcomb, and Leslie Leip.  August 2009.  “The Sheriff’s New Workforce Challenges:  Retaining and Motivating Jail Employees.”  Sheriff.  Alexandria, VA:  National Sheriff’s Association 61 (4) pp. 58-66.
  • Stinchcomb, Jeanne, Susan McCampbell and Leslie Leip. March 2009. “The Future is Now: Recruiting, Retaining, and Developing the 21st Century Jail Workforce,” Grant Report submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance.
  • Leip, Leslie and Gordon Bazemore.  2008.  “Final Report on Diversion and Probation in Circuit 17,” Report submitted to the Children’s Services Council of Broward County.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2007.  “Impact Evaluation of the Carole Andrews Leadership Academy,” Report submitted to the Broward Sheriff’s Office and the Broward County School Board.
  • Bazemore, Gordon and Leslie Leip.  2007. “Diversion and Probation in Post Modern Juvenile Justice:  Making Sense of Community Supervision.” In McShane and Williams, eds. Youth Violence and Delinquency Interventions.  Greenwood/Praeger Publishing.Pp. 73-96.
  • Leip, Leslie and Cliff McCue.  2006.  “City of Hallandale Beach Strategic Plan,”  Report submitted to the City of Hallandale Beach Commission and City Manager.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2006.  “Broward County Water and Wastewater Services Customer and Employee Satisfaction Project,” Report submitted to Broward County Commission, Office of Environmental Services.
  • Leip, Leslie and Gordon Bazemore.  2006.  “Report on Diversion and Probation in Circuit 17,” Report submitted to the Children’s Services Council of Broward County.
  • Leip, Leslie and Gordon Bazemore.  2005.  “ChildNet Third-party Evaluation,” Report submitted to the Children’s Services Council of Broward County.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2005.  "Making Citizens Count," Report submitted to Martin County Government Administration and Martin County Commission.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2005.  “Citizen Satisfaction Project,” Report submitted to the Village of Royal Palm Beach Commission.
  • Bazemore, Gordon, Leslie Leip, and Jeanne Stinchcomb.  2004.  “Boundary Changes and the Nexus Between Formal and Informal Social Control:  Truancy Intervention as a Case Study in Criminal Justice Expansionism.”  Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy.  Vol. 18 (2), pp. 521-570.
  • Bazemore, Gordon, Jeanne Stinchcomb, and Leslie Leip. 2004. “Scared Smart or Bored Straight?  Testing Detrrence Logic in an Evaluation of Police-Led Truancy Intervention.”  Justice Quarterly.  Vol. 21 (2), pp. 269-299.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2004.  “External Review of the Broward County Juvenile Assessment Center,” Report submitted to the Children’s Services Council and the Broward County United Way.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2004.  “Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office Strategic Plan,”  Report submitted to the PBSO Executive Command Staff.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2004. “Customer Satisfaction Project,” Report submitted to the Palm Beach County Building Division. 
  • Leip, Leslie. 2004.  “Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions Strategic Plan,”  Submitted to CUES Administration.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2003.  “Putting Citizens First,” Report submitted to the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2003.  "Making Citizens Count," Report submitted to Martin County Government Administration and Martin County Commission.
  • Murphy, Celeste and Leslie Leip.  2002.  “Assessing the Effectiveness of Executive Order 12898:  Environment Justice for All?  Public Administration Review.  Vol. 62 (6), pp. 679-687.  (November/December)
  • Leip, Leslie.  2002.  “Gang-free Communities Assessment Project,”  Report submitted to the Broward Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
  • Murphy, Celeste and Leslie Leip. 2002. "Environmental Justice:  A Case Study of Farm Workers in South Florida," International Journal of Public Administration.  Vol. 25 (2/3), pp. 193-220.  (Feb/March 2002)
  • Leip, Leslie. 2001.  "Problem-solving Partnerships Cross-site Assessment Project Evaluation," Report submitted to the Lake Worth Police Department and the Office of Community Oriented Police Services, U.S. Department of Justice.
  • Leip, Leslie. 2001. "Evaluation of the Stop the Violence Against Women Grant Program," Report submitted to Broward Sheriff's Office and Florida Department of Community Affairs.
  • Leip, Leslie. 2001. "Making Citizens Count," Report submitted to Martin County Government Administration and Martin County Commission.
  • Leip, Leslie and Gordon Bazemore.  2001.  “Final Evaluation Report of the Truancy Center at the Broward County Juvenile Intake Facility,” Report submitted to Broward Sheriff’s Office.
  • Senjo, Scott and Leslie Leip.  2001.  “Testing Therapeutic Jurisprudence Theory:   An Empirical Assessment of the Drug Court Process,” Western Criminology Review.  Vol. 3 (1). (January)
  • Senjo, Scott and Leslie Leip.  2001.  “Testing and Developing Theory in Drug Court: A Four-Part Logit Model to Predict Program Completion,” Criminal Justice Policy Review.  Vol. 12 (1), pp. 66-87. (March)
  • Bazemore, Gordon and Leslie Leip. 2000. "Victim Involvement in the Juvenile Court: Judges’ Perspectives on the Role of a Key Stakeholder in Restorative Justice," in Umbreit, M., editor, Conferences, Circles, Boards and Mediations:  Restorative Justice and Citizen Involvement in the Response to Youth Crime.  Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington D.C.pp. 5-43.
  • Leip, Leslie. 2000. “Homeless Policy:  Managing or Muddling Through?” Farazmand, Ali, editor, Handbook of Crisis and Emergency Management.  New York:  Marcel-Decker, Inc. pp. 199-214.
  • Leip, Leslie and Gordon Bazemore. 2000. "Victims' Needs, Restorative Justice and the Juvenile Court:  A National Survey of U.S. Judges," The Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detention Services.  Vol. 15 (1), pp. 47-74.
  • Bazemore, Gordon and Leslie Leip.  2000. "Victim Participation in the New Juvenile Court:  Tracking Judicial Attitudes Toward Restorative Justice Reforms," The Justice System Journal, Vol. 21 (2), pp. 199-226.
  • Bazemore, Gordon and Leslie Leip. 2000.  "Final Evaluation Report for the Gang Activities Prevention Program," Report submitted to the Broward Sheriff's Office and the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.
  • Leip, Leslie. 2000. "Evaluation of the Stop the Violence Against Women Grant Program," Report submitted to Broward Sheriff's Office and Florida Department of Community Affairs.
  • Leip, Leslie.  2000.  “Martin County Emergency Services Strategic Plan,”  Report submitted to the Director of Martin County Emergency Services.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1999. "Evaluation of the Stop the Violence Against Women Grant Program," Report submitted to Broward Sheriff's Office and Florida Department of Community Affairs.
  • Leip, Leslie.  1999.  "The State of the County of Report," Report submitted to the Broward Domestic Violence Council, Florida State Attorney's Office, Broward County Commission, Broward Sheriff's Office, and numerous other agencies.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1999. "Making Citizens Count," Report submitted to Martin County Government Administration and Martin County Commission.
  • Leip, Leslie.  1999.  "AmeriCorp Welfare Reform Pilot Project Evaluation," Report submitted to the Palm Beach County Division of Human Services and the Florida Commission on Community Service.
  • Leip, Leslie.  (1999). "Building Community Participation and Partnerships Using Study Circles," PA Times Vol. 22 (2), p. 4.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1999. "An Internet Integration Plan for the MPA Curriculum: A Case Study of Florida Atlantic University," Journal of Public Affairs Education, Vol. 5 (3), pp. 247-261.
  • Bazemore, Gordon, Leslie Leip, and Jason Nunemaker.  1999.  "A National Analysis of Judges' Perceptions about the Juvenile Justice System," Criminologie Vol. 32 (1), pp. 133-159.
  • Leip, Leslie. (1998). "Emergency Medical Services System Evaluation,"  Street News:  The Association of EMS Providers of Florida, Vol. 7 (17), pp. 3-4.
  • Carol Kohfeld and Leslie Leip.  1991.  "Bans on Concurrent Sale of Beer and Gas:  A California Case Study," Sociological Practice Review Vol. 2 (2), pp. 58-67.
Conference Papers

International:

  • Leip, Leslie and Gordon Bazemore. 1998. Perceptions of Juvenile Restorative Justice: A Survey of National Judges. International Conference on Restorative Justice, Fort Lauderdale , Florida.

National:

  • Leip, Leslie, Kim Gorsuch, Maria Schneider, Rosie White, Audrey Stang, and Gordon Bazemore.  2006.  “Diversion and Probation: How One Community is Making a Conscious Decision to be Different.” Child Welfare League of America Annual Conference.  San Francisco, CA.
  • Gordon Bazemore and Leslie Leip.  2005. “ Diversion or Probation? Mapping and Testing the Continuum of Sanctions in an Urban Juvenile Justice System.”  American Society of Criminology Annual Conference.  Toronto, Canada.
  • Leip, Leslie. 2001. The Impact of Internet-mediate Learning. Public Administration Teaching Conference, Phoenix , Arizona.
  • Leip, Leslie. 2000. The Impact of Changing the Drug Court Adjudication Process: A Comparison of Broward County Dedicated Drug Treatment Court Cohorts. American Society of Criminology Conference, San Francisco , California.
  • Leip, Leslie. 2000. Curriculum Development for the Changing Environment of Methods. Public Administration Teaching Conference, Fort Lauderdale , Florida.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1999. Building Community Participation and Partnerships By Understanding Racial and Ethnic Diversity. American Society for Public Administration Conference, Orlando , Florida.
  • Senjo, Scott and Leslie Leip. 1999. The Impact of Judges on Drug Court Program Completion. American Society for Public Administration Conference, Orlando , Florida.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1998. Tipping the Scales to Local Government: Can Local Welfare Reform Efforts Carry the Weight? American Society for Public Administration Conference, Seattle , Washington.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1997. The Local Government Response to the Challenge of the National Information Infrastructure. American Society for Public Administration Conference, Philadelphia , Pennsylvania.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1997. Teaching Quantitative Courses: Dilemmas and Solutions. Public Administration Teaching Conference, Richmond , Virginia.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1996. Managing Human Services for the Homeless Population. American Society for Public Administration Conference, Atlanta Georgia .

Regional:

  • Leip, Leslie. 1997. Using the Internet for Teaching Research Methods. Florida Political Science Association Conference, Fort Lauderdale , Florida.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1994. Changes in Social Policy: Addressing the Needs of the Homeless. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago , Illinois.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1992. Understanding the Relationship between Unemployment and Crime. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago , Illinois.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1992. Crime and Unemployment: The Policy Consequences for Urban Areas. Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco , California.

Local:

  • Leip, Leslie. 1995. Identifying the Links between Homeless Programs and the Needs of the Homeless: The Case Study of Washington D.C. Virginia Social Science Association Annual Meeting, Virginia Beach , Virginia.
  • Carol Kohfeld and Leslie Leip. 1989. Bans on Concurrent Sale of Beer and Gas: A California Case Study. Missouri Political Science Association Meeting, St. Louis , Missouri.

Non-refereed Conference Papers

National:

  • Leip, Leslie. 1999. Developing Responses to Reduce the Incidence of Residential Burglary. Department of Justice, Community-oriented Problem Solving Conference, Seattle , Washington.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1998. Baseline Data Analysis for the City of Lake Worth . Department of Justice, Community-oriented Problem Solving Conference, Washington D.C.

Regional:

  • Leip, Leslie. 1998. Ethics in Government - An Oxymoron? Florida Leadership and Management Conference, Fort Lauderdale , Florida.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1997. Emergency Medical Services Evaluation and Fiscal Accountability: Meeting the Challenges of the Millennium. Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, Boca Raton , Florida.

Local:

  • Leip, Leslie. 1997. The Impact of the National Information Infrastructure on Local Government Internet Usage. Certified Managers Association Annual Meeting, Fort Lauderdale , Florida.
Conference Workshops

Refereed Conference Workshops

National:

  • Leip, Leslie. 2000. Developing Ethical Decision-making Frameworks: A Means for 20/20 Vision in the 21 st Century. American Society for Public Administration Conference, San Diego , California.
  • Leip, Leslie. 2000. Celebrating Ourselves in the 21 st Century : How Public Sector Managers Can Make Important Ethical Decisions. American Academy of Certified Public Managers, St. Petersburg , Florida.

Regional:

  • Leip, Leslie. 1999. Ethical Decision-making for the 21 st Century. Certified Public Managers Association Annual State Meeting, Orlando , Florida.
Conference Panels

Refereed Conference Panels

National:

  • Leip, Leslie. 2000. Panel Chair. Research Methods: Meeting Practitioners' Needs. Public Administration Teaching Conference, Fort Lauderdale , Florida.
  • Leip, Leslie. 1996. Panel Chair. Managing Human Services: Working Towards a More Efficient, Effective, and Accountable Future. American Society for Public Administration Annual Meeting, Atlanta Georgia.

Regional:

  • Leip, Leslie. 1998. Panel Chair. Defining Public Service Professionalism. Florida Leadership and Management Conference, Fort Lauderdale , Florida .
Funded Research
  • Principal Investigator. 2006. Broward Sheriff’s Office Leadership Academy Evaluation, funded by BSO.
  • Co-principal Investigator. 2005. City of Hallandale Beach Strategic Planning Process, funded by the City of Hallandale Beach.
  • Co-principal Investigator.  2005.  A Comparison of Diversion and Probation in Circuit 17, funded by the Children’s Services Council.
  • Principal Investigator.  2005.  Broward County Mental Health Services Strategic Plan, funded by the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
  • Principal Investigator.  2005.  Broward County Water and Wastewater Services Customer Satisfaction project, funded by Broward County.
  • Principal Investigator. 2004.  Independent Third-party Evaluation of ChildNet, funded by the Broward Children’s Services Council.
  • Co-Principal Investigator. 2004.  Targeted Community Action Plan, funded by the Broward Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.
  • Principal Investigator.  2004.  Citizen Satisfaction Project, funded by the Village of Royal Palm Beach.
  • Principal Investigator.  2004.  Customer Satisfaction Project, funded by Palm Beach County Building Division.
  • Principal Investigator.  2004.  Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions Strategic Plan, funded by CUES.
  • Principal Investigator. 2003. External Review of the Broward County Juvenile Intervention Facility, funded by the United Way and the Children Services Council.
  • Consultant. 2002-present. Assisting the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office with the development of their Strategic Planning Process and Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
  • Principal Investigator. 2002. Making Citizens Count Project Evaluation, funded by Martin County Government Administration.
  • Principal Investigator. 2001. Assessing the Youth Gang Problem in Broward County , funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Broward Sheriff's Office, sponsoring agency.
  • Evaluator. 2000. Florida Stop the Violence Against Women Grant, funded by the Florida Department of Community Affairs. Broward County Sheriff's Office, sponsoring agency.
  • Co-principal Investigator. (With Gordon Bazemore). 2000. Juvenile Intake Facility Truancy Program Evaluation, funded by the Broward County Sheriff's Office.
  • Evaluator. 1999-2000. Problem-solving Partnerships Cross-Site Assessment Grant, funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Police Services. Lake Worth Police Department, sponsoring agency.
  • Evaluator. 1999. Florida Stop the Violence Against Women Grant, funded by the Florida Department of Community Affairs. Broward County Sheriff's Office, sponsoring agency.
  • Co-principal Investigator. (With Gordon Bazemore). 1999. Gang Activities Prevention Program Evaluation, funded by the Broward County Sheriff's Office.
  • Principal Investigator. 1998-2000. Making Citizens Count Project Evaluation, funded by Martin County Government Administration.
  • Evaluator. 1998. Florida Stop the Violence Against Women Grant, funded by the Florida Department of Community Affairs. Broward County Sheriff's Office, sponsoring agency.
  • Evaluator. 1997-1999. Crime Problem-solving Grant, funded by U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Police Services. Lake Worth Police Department, sponsoring agency.
  • Evaluator. 1996-1999. AmeriCorp Welfare Reform Pilot Project Evaluation, funded by the Florida Commission on Community Service. Palm Beach County Division of Human Services.
  • Co-principal Investigator. 1996. Citizen Satisfaction Survey Project, funded by the City of West Palm Beach.
  • Principal Investigator. 1994. Community Service Grant, funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Professional Service and Activities
  • National Board Member, Pi Alpha Alpha, 2004 - present
  • Board Member, Gold Coast Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration, 2002-present
  • Web Mistress, Section on Women in Public Administration, American Society for Public Administration, 2001-present
  • Reviewer, American Public Administration Review, 2001
  • President, Gold Coast Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration,1999-2002
  • Member, American Society of Criminology, 1999-present
  • Member, Section on Women in Public Administration, American Society for Public Administration, 1999-present
  • Trainer, Florida Atlantic University , Institute of Government , 1998-present
  • Member, Section on Ethics, American Society for Public Administration, 1998-present
  • President, Pi Alpha Alpha, Public Administration Honor Society, FAU Chapter, 1997-1998
  • Journal Reviewer, Southeastern Political Review , 1995-1996
  • Member, American Society for Public Administration, Gold Coast Chapter, 1995-present
  • Member, American Political Science Association, 1990-present
Community Service
  • Participant, Broward Education Communications Network Television Segment: Future First: Focus on Broward's Children. April 2006.
  • Member, Circuit 17 Juvenile Justice Board, 2005- present
  • Member, Gang-free Communities Steering Committee, 2001-2004
  • Member, Homeless Initiative Partnership Advisory Board, Broward County, 2001-2004
  • Keynote Speaker, Association of Record Managers and Administrators, 2001
  • Trainer, Seminar on Facilitator Training for Focus Groups, Martin County Government, 1999
  • Member, Broward County Domestic Violence Council, January 1998-present
  • Analyst, Data Committee, Broward County Domestic Violence Council, 1998-present
  • Speaker, Certified Public Managers Association, Fall 1997, Spring 1998, Fall 2000, Spring 2003
  • Member, Broward County Human Rights Division, Department of Community Relations, Study Circles Program Planning Committee, 1997-1999
  • Facilitator, Broward County Human Rights Division, Department of Community Relations, Study Circles: Perceptions about Race and Ethnic Issues, 1997-1999
  • Speaker, Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, 1997
  • Analyst, Palm Beach County , Planning and Zoning Department, Customer Satisfaction Project, 1997
  • Co-organizer, Palm Beach County Sheriff 's Office College Fair, 1997
  • Volunteer, SHARE Food Program, 1997-present
  • Evaluator, Division of Human Services, Palm Beach County, 1996-1999
  • Web Developer, Town of Davie, 1996-1997
  • Volunteer, Broward County School District, 1995-1998
Academic Service at Florida Atlantic University

University

  • CDSI Representative, Institutional Review Board, 2005-2006
  • CDSI Representative, Distance Learning Committee, 2003-present
  • CDSI Representative, Provost Search Committee, 2003
  • CDSI Representative, Honors and Awards Committee, 2002-2003
  • SACSCOC Accreditation Alumni Survey Committee, 2000 - 2002
  • CDSI Representative, Teaching Awards Committee, 1997-1998
  • Member, Computing and Facilities Committee, Broward Campuses, 1996-1997
  • Member, FAU-Broward Faculty Senate, 1995-present
  • CDSI Representative, By-laws Committee, FAU-Broward Faculty Senate, 1996-1997

College of Architecture , Urban and Public Affairs

  • Chair, Honors and Awards Committee, 2002-2003
  • Member, Educational Technology Committee, 1999-present
  • Chair, Teaching Awards Committee, 1997-1998
  • Coordinator, Seminar on Learning to Use the Internet, 1997
  • Director, CDSI Web Site Development, 1996-1998
  • Member, Awards Committee, 1996-1997
  • Coordinator, City of Dania Beach Web Site in conjunction with the FAU/FIU Joint Center for Urban and Environmental Problems, 1996

School of Public Administration

  • Faculty Advisor, Pi Alpha Alpha, 2004-present
  • Member, Search Committee, 2002
  • Coordinator, Master of Public Administration Program, 2001-present
  • Coordinator, SACs Institutional Effectiveness Accreditation Team, 2000-present
  • Member, Undergraduate Program Committee, 1999-2002
  • Coordinator, Seminar on Using Web CT for Course Development, 1999
  • Coordinator, BPM, MPA and Ph.D. Student Survey, 1998
  • Coordinator, Public Issues Forum for Pi Alpha Alpha, 1997
  • Member, Quantitative Methods Curriculum Committee, 1996-present
  • Faculty Advisor, Association of Doctoral Students in Public Administration, 1996- Spring 1998
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