During the spring of 2014, the University of Baltimore’s School of Public and International Affairs invited me to teach in their master of public administration program. I taught for the following three semesters and taught courses over two years from the budgeting and fiscal administration track:
- PUAD 701 Public Administration and Public Finance This course will consider the economic impacts of governmental policies, especially at the state and local level.
- PUAD 702 Public Financial Management A discussion of public financial management, including debt management, accounting policies, performance management, and accountability. This discussion should extend beyond the introductory graduate-level course on budgeting.
Other public affairs-related teaching experience can be found under Management.
- Textbook Pricing is Out of Control (2/18/2017)
- Read My Article, “Public Financial Management” in Syllabus (6/29/2016)
- On teaching public finance to public administrators (11/30/2015)
- Classroom Regulation (11/12/2015)
- Mobile Farmers Markets for Food Deserts (11/5/2015)
- Voting, Ice Cream, and the Classroom (9/29/2015)
- On Teaching Public Finance (9/5/2015)
- Syllabus for Public Administration and Public Finance (8/15/2015)
- Nonprofit Project at the End of the Semester (5/6/2015)
- Green Beelievers Update (4/27/2015)
- The Nonprofit Project Takes Off (3/2/2015)
- Syllabus for Public Financial Management, 2015 (1/26/2015)
- Fall 2014: Public Finance and Public Administration (8/28/2014)
- University of Baltimore Blog Continues (6/2/2009)
- New University of Baltimore Blog (3/27/2009)
- Graduation from UB (1/11/2009)
- Municipal Creditworthiness (2/12/2008)