- PhD (2013)
- Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina-Pembroke
Gary Anderson received his Ph.D. from UNO’s School of Public Administration in 2013, where he was previously an adjunct instructor and taught introductory courses in public administration, urban studies, and applied statistics. In 2015, Dr. Anderson accepted an assistant professor appointment at the University of North Carolina – Pembroke to teach in the department’s MPA program.
Over the years, Dr. Anderson has worked closely with faculty, staff, and government entities on projects that have addressed a variety of issues including: the evaluation of behavioral health accessibility in Nebraska (University of Nebraska Public Policy Center), unique methods for promoting energy conservation and sustainability in the Omaha area (Omaha Public Power District), and neighborhood attachment and municipal service delivery (Center for Public Affairs Research and the Omaha Neighborhood Center). His current research addresses the development of community capital and its application to the service delivery process. He is particularly interested in the coproduction phenomenon and the feasibility of neighborhood organizations as alternative service providers.
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