Doctoral Student Directory
Dr. Changsoo Song
- Evaluation Project Manager, Survey Statistics and Psychometrics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- Part-Time Instructor, School of Public Administration
- Email: email@example.com
Changsoo has recently received his Ph.D. at the School of Public Administration. His major research areas include managing information in the public sector and public and nonprofit management. His dissertation research examines the factors that need to be considered for effectively designing, implementing, and evaluating public and nonprofit programs, focusing on information technology assistance programs for micro-enterprises. During his graduate study, he has finished two other papers examining the service quality of state and local electronic government and the influence of social media in government on citizens’ perceived transparency and trust in government. He has been teaching Public Policy Evaluation and Research Methods in Public Administration for graduate students, and Program Planning and Evaluation, Introduction to Public Administration, and Applied Statistics and Data Management in the Public Sector for undergraduate students. Off campus, he has taught Local E-Government Program Evaluation, a professional training course for local government officials.
PhD, Public Administration
University of Nebraska Omaha
Miami University (Oxford, Ohio)
University of Seoul (South Korea)
Global Digital Governance Lab
Senior Research Specialist
Korea Institute of Local Information Research and Development
Korea Institute of Public Administration
Senior Research Fellow
Korea Institute for Public Autonomy
Public and Nonprofit Management
Managing Information and Technology in the Public Sector
Evidence-Based Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
Our Campus. Otherwise Known as Omaha.
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