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Dr. Ethel Hill Williams
- Public Administration, Public Affairs and Community Service
- CPACS 111 P
- Tel: 402.554.2659
- Fax: 402.554.2682
- Email: email@example.com
Ethel Williams, Ph.D. is professor and Director of the School of Public Administration. She has more than 25 years of experience in the field of public administration with particular expertise in the area human resource management.
Hobbies & Interests:
Dr. Williams enjoys singing and is an active member of her church choir. Dr. Williams' favorite thing is spending time with her grandchildren--Andra and Ashiya.
General Public Management
Research and Creative Interests
Dr. Williams' teaching and research centers on personnel and policy issues. She has published refereed articles in Public Performance and Management Review, Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, and the Journal of Health and Human Services Administration.
Dr. Williams has served, and continues to serve on numerous professional and public boards and commissions including two terms on the National Council for The American Society for Public Administration, the Commission on Peer Review and Accreditation for the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration, the Personnel Board for the City of Omaha, the Environmental Quality Council and the Judicial Nominating Commission for the state of Nebraska. In the fall 2012 she was elected Vice President of the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration for 2012-2013. She will become President for 2013-2014.
Ph D - Political Science - Public Administration, Public Policy
University of Nebraska - Lincoln (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1996
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh 1972
Talladega College 1971
ASPA Lifetime Achievement Award (Leadership) 2018
Distinguished Service Award (Service, Professional) 2017
Distinguished Alumna Award (Leadership) 2014
Jewel Prestage Pioneer Award (Service, Professional) 2014
Tribute to Women Award (Leadership) 2013
Mary McLeod Bethune Award (Scholarship/Research) 2012
Chancellor's Medal (Service, University) 2012
Fellow, National Academy of Public Administration (Leadership) 2011
Reynold's Professor of Public Affairs (Scholarship/Research) 2011
Chester A. Newland Presidential Citation of merit (Service, Professional) 2011
UNO Alumni Association Teaching Award (Teaching) 2002
Excellence in Teaching Award (Teaching) 2002
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