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Ed Jennings

Ed Jennings Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Provost's Distinguished Service Professor of Public Policy and Administration

Martin School

Patterson Office Tower 1173
(859) 257-5596
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Dr. Jennings's primary research and teaching interests include public policy, intergovernmental relations, and public administration.

He is the co-author of From Nation to States: The Small Cities Community Development Block Grant Program and Distribution, Utilization, and Innovation in Health Care and co-editor of The Revitalization of the Public Service and Welfare System Reform: Coordinating Federal, State and Local Public Assistance Programs. He has also published in American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Public Administration Review, American Journal of Sociology, and Policy Studies Journal. He was editor-in-chief of the Journal of Public Affairs Education from 1991-1995.

He is a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, recipient of the Charles H. Levine Award for excellence in teaching, research, and service, past-President of the American Society for Public Administration, and recipient of the 1998 Jeffrey Pressman Award for best article in the Policy Studies Review.

Courses Taught

HA 602 Organizational Change and Strategic Planning
PA 681 Capstone in Public Administration
PA 751 Public Policy Formulation and Implementation