Faculty affiliates

The School of Public Affairs at ASU is home to an extensive collection of talented faculty professors of practice actively engaged in tackling the challenges confronting urban regions and local governments, and in training the next generation of local government leaders. Clink on the links below to learn more about the faculty we are bring to developing solutions and opportunities for local officials and community leaders:

Derrick Anderson, Asst Professor (public value of scientific research)

Thomas Catlaw, Assoc Professor (community building and participation)

Jeffrey Chapman, Emeritus Professor (public finance)

Nicole Darnall, Professor (non-regulatory governance)

Kevin Desouza, Assoc Dean (innovation policy and informatics)

Brian Gerber, Assoc Professor (disaster and policy management)

Lily Hsueh, Asst Professor (governance & political economy)

Jonathan Koppell, Dean (public finance and financial regulation)

Zhiyong Lan, Professor (local government and economic development)

Joanna Lucio, Asst Professor (urban governance and affordable housing policy)

Karen Mossberger, SPA Director (digital inequality and e-government in urban policy)

Shawn Novak, Assoc Clinical Professor (tax research and policy)

George Pettit, Professor of Practice (growth management and financial analysis)

Thom Reilly, Director of the Morrison Institute (governance and administration)

Daniel Schugurensky, Professor (citizen engagement and community development)

Akheil Singla, Asst Professor (public finance and municipal debt management)

Justin Stritch, Asst Professor (intergovernmental relations and organizational behavior)

David Swindell, Director of the Center for Urban Innovation (alternative urban service delivery models)

Linda Williams, Asst Professor (immigration policy and local adaptation to climate change)