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academic administrator , educator , political scientist

David Armand Caputo, American academic administrator, political scientist, educator. Woodrow Wilson national fellow, 1965-1966; National Science Foundation faculty fellow, 1977; Fulbright fellow, Italy, 1985; Lilly fellow, 1985; Bologna chair Fulbright senior fellow, Italy, 1993.

Background

Caputo, David Armand was born on August 30, 1943 in Brownsville, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Armand and Marie E. (Smalstig) Caputo.

Education

Bachelor, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1965. Master of Arts, Yale University, 1967. Master of Philosophy, Yale University, 1968.

Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1970.

Career

Member faculty Purdue University, since 1969, professor political science, since 1977, head department, 1978-1987, dean School Liberal Arts, 1987-1995. President Hunter College, City University of New York, New York City, 1995-2000, Pace University, New York City, since 2000.

Works

Membership

Trustee Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York City, 2000—2003. Ruling elder Central Presbyterian Church, Lafayette, Indiana, 1981—1987. Member American Political Science Association, American Society Public Administration, Midwest Political Science Association, Southern Political Science Association, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Alice M. Glotfelty, June 27, 1964. Children– Christopher, Elizabeth, Jeffrey.

father:
Armand Caputo

mother:
Marie E. (Smalstig) Caputo

spouse:
Alice M. Glotfelty

child:
Christopher Caputo

child:
Elizabeth Caputo

child:
Jeffrey Caputo