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political science professor

William P. Browne, American political science professor. Recipient Ford Foundation Scholarly award for rural studies, 1992, Aaron Wildavsky award, Policy Studies Organization for Outstanding Collection of Books on American Agricultural Policy, 1997; visiting scholar United States Department of Agriculture, 1985.

Background

Browne, William P. was born on May 15, 1945 in Cherokee, Iowa, United States. Son of William Dale and Irene Etta Browne.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Iowa State University, 1967. Master of Science, Iowa State University, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, Washington University, St. Louis, 1971.

Career

Professor political science Center Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan, 1971—2004, professor emeritus, from 2004. Member advisory board Henry A. Wallace Institute, Winrock, Alabama, 1990-1996. Consultant agribusiness organization, non-profit institutions, since 1985.

Works

Membership

Member American Political Science Association, American Agricultural Economics Association (Quality of Communications award 1993), Rural Sociological Society, American Society Public Administration, Midwest Political Science Association, Michigan Association Political Scientists (president 1983-1984), Policy Studies Organization (president 1999-2000).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fishing, shooting.

Connections

Married Linda Sue Browne.

father:
William Dale

mother:
Irene Etta Browne

spouse:
Linda Sue Browne.