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Political science and law educator

David Harry Rosenbloom, American Political science and law educator. Recipient Charles Levine Memorial award for excellence and Distinguished Research award American Society for Public Administrn. and National Association Schools of Public Affairs and Administration, Washington, 1992, 93, Thomas Dye award for outstanding service Policy Studies Organisation, 1996.

Background

Rosenbloom, David Harry was born on August 27, 1943 in New York City. Son of Jerome and Rita Rosenbloom.

Education

Bachelor, Marietta College, 1964. Doctor of Laws (honorary), Marietta College, 1994. Master of Arts, University Chicago, 1966.

Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science, University Chicago, 1969.

Career

Assistant professor University Kansas, Lawrence, 1969-1971. Fellow American Society Public Administration United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, 1970-1971. Visiting senior lecturer Tel Aviv (Israel) University, 1971-1973.

Assistant professor University Vermont, Burlington, 1973-1975, associate professor, 1975-1978. Visiting associate professor Syracuse (New York ) University, 1978-1979, professor, 1979—1988, distinguished professor, 1988-1990, American University, Washington, since 1990. Board trustees Marietta College, since 2003.

Guest professor public administration People's University, Beijing, since 2003, Northwest University, Xi'an, China, since 2005. Chair, professor Public Management City, University Hong Kong, 2009—2010.

Works

Membership

Member Clinton-Gore Transition Team, United States Office Personnel Management, Washington, 1992. Chair American University Faculty Senate, 2004—2005. Acting chair American University Department Public Administration and Policy, 2005—2006.

Fellow National Academy Public Administration.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Bicycling, motorcycling.

Connections

father:
Jerome Rosenbloom

mother:
Rita Rosenbloom