Marvin Druker, Professor of Public Affairs
University of Wisconsin, Ph.D., Political Science
Professor Druker teaches classes on public administration, research and statistics, and organizational change and development. He has served as President of the Maine Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration.
Druker's teaching and research interests include interdisciplinary approaches to managing public organizations and focusing on the use of innovation and the impact on quality of work life.
Recent presentations and publications have been on connecting the classroom to the community through field experiences, using the internet in classes, integrating adjunct faculty into academic programs, and developing innovative structures for local governments.
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