Texas State University | NAPA Fellows
Election to the National Academy is one of the highest honors for those engaged in the study or practice of public administration.
Chartered by Congress as an independent, non-partisan organization, NAPA directs projects and services to improve the quality, performance, and accountability of government. Its over 900 Fellows help public sector leaders by evaluating, analyzing, and making recommendations on the nation’s most critical management, governance, policy, and operational issues.
Fellows include former cabinet officers, Members of Congress, governors, mayors, and state legislators, as well as prominent scholars, business executives, and public administrators.
Dr. Howard R BalanoffBalanoffHowardProfessorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgUAC 376(512) 245-3453
Dr. Patricia M ShieldsShieldsPatriciaRegents' ProfessorEmail: email@example.comUAC 352(512) 245-3256Biography and EducationPatricia Shields received a BS in Economics from the University of Maryland in 1973. She received a MA in Economics in 1975 and a PhD in Public Administration in 1977 from Ohio State University. At Ohio State she worked with the National Longitudinal Survey data at the Center for Human Resource Research....View Full Biography and Education for Dr. Patricia M ShieldsTeaching InterestsResearch Methods
Public Administration Theory and Practice
Public Sector EconomicsResearch InterestsCivil-Military Relations
Public Administration Theory
Women in Public Policy