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USC School of Policy, Planning, and DevelopmentThe USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development (SPPD) provides a dynamic learning environment where interdisciplinary education abounds. At SPPD, students choose a program of study from the independent yet related fields of public adminis-tration, public policy, health management and policy, urban planning, real estate development and executive leadership. Students are supported by a committed faculty who contribute to the strong sense of community present in the school.SPPD’s mission is to improve the quality of life for people and their communities, here and abroad. Faculty across all its academic programs engage in solving some of society’s most pressing issues — and challenge students to do the same. SPPD is renowned for its expertise in areas such as: sustainability and the environment, health care policy, nonprofit management, housing and real estate, transportation, infrastructure, urban development and land use, social policy, governance, civic engagement, community development, immigration and risk analysis, among others.Defining characteristics of SPPD are the depth of its academic classroom experience and connect-ing classroom theory to professional practice through practicums, internships and laboratory work locally, nationally and around the globe. Students graduate with the knowledge, skills and experi-ences to lead in their chosen field of practice.Today’s complex challenges call for leaders who are able to work across disciplines and across the public, private and nonprofit sectors to find solutions. It is for this multidisciplinary reality that SPPD prepares its students.SPPD students go on to hold high-ranking appointments in our nation’s capital, analyze and determine public policy, design new transportation systems, and redesign city, county, state and federal governance structures — in the United States and abroad. They lead health care reform efforts and manage the delivery of our health care services. They oversee operational aspects of our airports, railroad systems and harbors. They build healthy, sustainable communities, lead major nonprofit organizations, and shape our world for the better.The School of Policy, Planning, and Development — ranked seventh among public affairs graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report — recently created a new undergraduate degree with tracks in nonprofit management, public policy and law, sustainable planning, health management and policy, and real estate development. “SPPD undergraduates are passionate about their professional pursuits,” said David Sloane, professor and director of undergraduate programs.854USC School of Policy, Planning, and DevelopmentRalph and Goldy Lewis Hall 312(213) 740-0350FAX: (213) 740-5379Email: [email protected]/schools/sppdAdministrationJack H. Knott, Ph.D., DeanElizabeth Graddy, Ph.D.*, Senior Associate Dean, Faculty and Academic AffairsGenevieve Giuliano, Ph.D.*, Senior Associate Dean, Research and TechnologyRegina T. Nordahl, J.D., M.B.A., SPHR, Associate Dean, AdministrationCarol A. Rush, M.P.A., Associate Dean, Student AffairsFacultyC. Erwin and Ione L. Piper Dean’s Chair: Jack H. Knott, Ph.D.University Professor: Kevin Starr, Ph.D. (History)Wallis Annenberg Chair in Communication Technology and Society: Manuel Castells, Ph.D. (Communication)Judith & John Bedrosian Chair in Governance & Public Enterprise: Dan Mazmanian, Ph.D.Blue Cross of California Chair in Health Care Finance: Glenn A. Melnick, Ph.D.C.C. Crawford Professor of Management and Performance: Anthony Bertelli, Ph.D.Margaret and John Ferraro Chair in Effective Local Government: Genevieve Giuliano, Ph.D.*James Irvine Chair in Urban and Regional Planning: Tridib Banerjee, Ph.D., FAICP*James Irvine Chair in Urban and Regional Planning: Harry W. Richardson, M.A.Lusk Chair in Real Estate: Richard K. Green, Ph.D. (Business) Jeffrey J. Miller Chair in Government, Business and the Economy: Elizabeth Graddy, Ph.D.*Emery Evans Olson Chair in Nonprofit Entrepreneurship & Public Policy: James M. Ferris, Ph.D Norman Topping/National Medical Enterprises Chair in Medicine and Public Policy: Dana Goldman, Ph.D.Maria B. Crutcher Professor of Citizenship and Democratic Values: Terry L. Cooper, Ph.D.Frances R. and John J. Duggan Distinguished Professor of Public Administration: Chester A. Newland, Ph.D.*William M. Keck Professor of Energy Resources: Donald Paul, Ph.D. (Engineering and Earth Sciences)Presidential Professor of Health Economics: Daniel McFadden, Ph.D.Provost’s Professor of Business, Law and Political Economy: Mathew McCubbins, Ph.D. (Finance and Business Economics)Judge Widney Professor: Leonard D. SchaefferJudge Widney Professor of Poetry and Public Culture: Dana Gioia, M.A., M.B.A.Professors: Raphael Bostic, Ph.D.; Gerald Caiden, Ph.D.*; Ann Crigler, Ph.D. (Political Science); Elizabeth Garrett, J.D. (Law); Peter Gordon, Ph.D. (Economics); Howard Greenwald, Ph.D.; Eric Heikkila, Ph.D.; Alan Kreditor, M.C.P., AICP; Martin Krieger, Ph.D.; Jacquelyn McCroskey, Ph.D. (Social Work); James Moore II, Ph.D. (Engineering); Dowell Myers, Ph.D.; Robert C. Myrtle, D.P.A.*; Michael Nichol, Ph.D. (Pharmacy); Harry Pachon, Ph.D.; Gary Painter, Ph.D.; Manuel Pastor, Ph.D. (Geography and American Studies and Ethnicity); Jane Pisano, Ph.D.; Jon Pynoos, Ph.D. (Gerontology); David Sloane, Ph.D.; Robert Suro (Journalism); Shui Yan Tang, Ph.D.*; Detlof von Winterfeldt, Ph.D. (Engineering); Priscilla Wohlstetter, Ph.D. (Education)Associate Professors: Darius Lakdawalla, Ph.D.; Juliet Musso, Ph.D.*; Christian Redfearn, Ph.D.; Peter Robertson Ph.D.*; Lisa Schweitzer, Ph.D.; Jeffrey Sellers, Ph.D., (Political Science); Kathleen Wilber, Ph.D. (Gerontology)Assistant Professors: Elizabeth Currid-Halkett, Ph.D.; Nicole Esparza, Ph.D.; Mark D. Phillips, Ph.D.; Jenny Schuetz, Ph.D.; David Suarez, Ph.D.; Vivian Wu, Ph.D.Distinguished Fellow: Stan Ross, Honorary J.D.Senior Fellows: William B. Fulton, Ph.D.; Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, Ph.D.; Richard G. Little, AICP; Mark PisanoResearch Professors: Hilda Blanco, Ph.D.; Stephen Hora, D.B.A.; Donald L. Paul, Ph.D. (Engineering and Earth Sciences); Adam Rose, Ph.D.Research Associate Professors: Michael Cousineau, Ph.D. (Medicine); Christopher Weare, Ph.D.Research Assistant Professors: John Romley, Ph.D.; Dan Wei, Ph.D.Clinical Professors: Elisabeth Kersten, M.P.A.; Leonard Mitchell, M.A., M.B.A., J.D.Teaching Professor: LaVonna B.


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