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Public Administration Faculty

Program Director: Richard Callahan

Tel: (415) 422-2063
brewster@usfca.edu

Larry Brewster

Professor

Larry Brewster embodies the University’s mission for social justice. A passionate educator, author and professional consultant, Dr. Brewster teaches the importance of ethically sound business practices and guides future professional leaders to understand the significance of social responsibility.

Tel: (415) 422-4557
rfcallahan@usfca.edu

Richard Callahan

Department Chair / Associate Professor

Richard Callahan is a highly active international educator with a broad range of expertise in areas ranging from public management to governance issues. His lifelong dedication to social justice from a global perspective exemplifies his commitment to the University’s vision to change the world from here. Professor Callahan is the Director of the Public Administration Program.

Tel: (415) 422-2869
connork@usfca.edu

Kimberly Rae Connor

Program Director / Associate Professor

Kimberly Rae Connor is a greatly admired author and teacher of social and leadership ethics, religion, and literature. Her teaching focuses on African American religious life and cultural production, emphasizing the importance of social justice and mindfulness to diverse perspectives.

Tel: 415-422-5662
kmgoldstein@usfca.edu

Ken Goldstein

Professor

Ken Goldstein received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan and combines his academic training with an ear for real politics and an impressive set of political contacts and experience.

Tel: (415) 422-6728
raharris4@usfca.edu

Ron Harris

Associate Professor

Ron Harris has evaluated the effectiveness of state programs that aim to serve at-risk teens and older adults. Dr. Harris’ findings have been instrumental in evolving the application of governmental assistance to the aging population; allowing seniors to age with greater dignity. His expertise in public service experience, health policy, and management provides the necessary knowledge for students to better assess efficient government policies and programs.

Tel: (415) 422-2132
cmhoriuchi@usfca.edu

Catherine Horiuchi

Associate Professor

Catherine Horiuchi previously worked for a subsidiary of AC Nielsen crunching cereal sales figures for General Mills and was a former Peace Corps volunteer in the Sultanate of Oman. Dr. Horiuchi employs her extensive multi-disciplinary expertise in organizational theory, public administration and analysis with continuing aim of serving her students and faculty in her dual roles as educator and academic administrative executive.

Tel: (415) 422-4395
mhudson@usfca.edu

Monika Hudson

Assistant Professor

Monika Hudson provides undergraduates with service learning opportunities and has actively brought on board more than 100 Bay Area organizations to participate. Dr. Hudson blends professional experience in the public sector with deep community involvement through teaching and research. She directs the USF’s Gellert Family Business Center to provide strategic and practical business knowledge to promote successful next generation leadership.

Tel: (415) 422-5823
rgjohnsoniii@usfca.edu

Richard Greggory Johnson, III

Associate Professor

Richard Greggory Johnson, III is a progressive author, educator and Fulbright Scholar who focuses on social equity and human rights within public policy and administration. Dr. Johnson aims to bring down the barrier that he believes often separate academia from the real-life advocacy and action required to bring about social change and justice.

Tel:
dmkersten@usfca.edu

David Kersten

Adjunct Professor

Tel:
loneyt@usfca.edu

Timothy Loney

Adjunct Professor

Timothy Loney’s research, articles and presentations emphasize cooperation and strategic process change. Dr. Loney prepares his students to approach various kinds of organizational transformation by encouraging them to investigate internal behaviors and processes as well as their external effects on individuals, communities and the environment.

Tel: (415) 422-6964
morriss@usfca.edu

Stephen Morris

Term Associate Professor

Stephen Morris explores how various technologies can help students better understand ideas, improve their critical thinking and analytic skills, and approach business problems/decision-making from a more informed perspective. Professor Morris believes students are more likely to act on their newfound knowledge in more meaningful and humanistic ways by integrating effective learning technologies into the communities that would benefit the most.

Tel: (415) 422-2884
ribera@usfca.edu

Anthony Ribera

Director / Term Assistant Professor

Anthony Ribera is the director of the International Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership at the University that sponsors an annual groundbreaking form for progressive law enforcement training and leadership. Dr. Ribera draws from his own work in proactive police administration by seeking to help awaken leadership and motivation driving forces within students so they may examine real world scenarios with the aim of developing real world management skills.

Tel: (415) 422-2086
shaw@usfca.edu

James Shaw

Professor

James Shaw approaches economics from a sustainability perspective - integrating principles of social justice into his teaching. Dr. Shaw equips his students with a foundation of inquiry and critical thinking, as well as the knowledge base to positively impact communities and world. In Dr. Shaw’s classes, he teaches students to generate progressive business and financial models that serve to help developing and struggling economies to thrive.

Tel:
lmthull@usfca.edu

Lynn M. Thull

Adjunct Professor

Dr. Lynn Thull provides organizational development supports and services to nonprofit and for-profit organizations throughout California, and she consults on statewide mental health policy issues. Dr. Thull’s professional passion centers on advocating for and working with unserved and underserved communities, primarily Asian Pacific Islanders and geographically isolated populations. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology.

Tel: (415) 422-2478
rdwaters@usfca.edu

Richard D Waters

Associate Professor

Richard Waters’s research explores such varied topics as LGBT issues in strategic communication, relationship management theory with emphasis on the nonprofit-donor relationship, the ethics of fundraising, and effective use of social media in the classroom. He has authored multiple books and his articles have been published in a number of esteemed professional journals including the Journal of Public Relations Research, Public Relations Review, and Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.

Tel:
pcwright@usfca.edu

Peter Wright

Adjunct Professor