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Dr. Wendy Haynes

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Professor of Political Science
Summer Street House, Room 104

BS, MA, University of Oregon
PhD, Northeastern University

Dr. Haynes teaches courses in the areas of public personnel, policy analysis, program evaluation, and organization theory. Her research and teaching specialties include megaproject management and oversight, accountability systems, performance measurement and management, and other issues surrounding the art and science of public administration. Professor Haynes has extensive experience in Massachusetts state government as a manager in the Office of Inspector General. She has served for over two decades in a variety of analytical and leadership positions at the federal, state, and local levels. Professor Haynes recently published a sequel to her first book, Outstanding Women in Public Administration. She also has numerous articles and conference papers to her credit, including "Transportation at the Millennium: In Search of a Megaproject Lens" in Review of Policy Research and "Megaproject Oversight: The Massachusetts Experiment" in Public Works Management and Policy. As a consultant, Professor Haynes has also produced a wide range of reports and studies dealing with affordable housing in New England. Professor Haynes served as the President of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) in 2006-07 and remains active in ASPA as well as in the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA). In 2004, she received the Donald C. Stone Award, which is the highest award given by ASPA to a person for exemplary service to the profession of public administration and to the Society.