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Prof. Michael W. Popejoy

Florida International University, USA


Email: dr_popejoy@hotmail.com


Qualifications


Ph.D. Florida Atlantic University, College of Urban and Public Affairs, 1994, Public Administration (concentration in government finance and budgeting)

M.B.A. Barry University, Andreas School of Business, Miami, FL 1987

M.P.H. Florida International University, Robert Stempel School of Public Health and Social Work, Miami, FL. (April 2009) CEPH Accredited Program in Public Health

M.S. Health Services Administration, Strayer University (2011)


Publications (Selected)

  1. White House Studies, Remembering David Halberstam and the 20th Century: A Memorial Essay of His Life and Work (Vol. 10, Issue 3).
  2. Guest Editor and Contributor, Special Issue Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, Strategic Planning for Urban Public Hospital Health Systems for Third World Countries (publication date September 2011), American Society for Public Administration Section on Health and Human Services.
  3. *Guest Editor and Contributor, Special Issue Public Voices, The Founders: History of Public Administration (publication date January 2010) Sponsored by the SHARE Section, American Society for Public Administration and Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey
  4. The Scopes Trial: A Turning Point in Public Control of Education in America. Submitted to CONDOR searchable database at CMU
  5. Aaron Burr: A Life Rehabilitated, Special Issue, Public Voices, (Special Issue publication due late 2010).
  6. Editorial Comment, Special Issue, Public Voices, The Founder: The History of Public Administration (Special Issue publication due late 2010)
  7. Aaron Burr: A Life Rehabilitated, Special Issue, Public Voices, (Special Issue publication due early 2010). Book review on Susan Isenberg’s book on Burr: The Fallen Founder.
  8. Invited Essay: Special to PA Times (a monthly ASPA publication)—Evolving PA Education: Preparing Public Servants for the 21st Century.
  9. Title of Essay: Impact Learning for Mid-Career Adult Learner Graduate Students in Public Administration and Public Health Programs: A Modified Approach to Teaching Statistics. (October, 2008 Issue) Under peer review for the Journal of Public Administration Education