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#4 Urban Policy
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#13 Public Finance and Budget
#20 Public Policy Analysis
Each year, U.S. News and World Report releases new rankings for graduate schools across the country. ASU's School of Public Affairs was ranked #14 in the rankings released in March of 2019.
In addition to the school's overall rankings, the School of Public Affairs is ranked in nine additional categories.
Brian Gerber, associate professor, focuses on disaster policy and management, homeland security policy and administration, and environmental regulatory policy.
Meet professor Karen Mossberger, whose research focuses on local governance, urban policy, digital inequality, and e-government.
Meet David Swindell, who is the director of the Center for Urban Innovation at Arizona State University.
Associate professor David Swindell focuses on urban economic development, community development, performance management, citizen satisfaction, governance, and more at ASU's School of Public Affairs.
Associate professor Mary Feeney's research at the School of Public Affairs includes public management, science and technology policy, nonprofit management, and women in science.
Meet Daniel Force, an ASU School of Public Affairs graduate student focusing on nonprofit management.
Meet Lily Hsueh, an assistant professor with a research background in natural resource and environmental economics and policy, political economy, governance, and more.
Akheil Singla, assistant professor, focuses on public financial management, state and local government finance, municipal debt and bankruptcy.