Professor Gregory Lewis elected Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration

Congratulations to Gregory B. Lewis, professor of public management and policy in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, who was recently elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration.

From the National Academy of Public Administration’s website:

The National Academy of Public Administration was created to help public sector leaders meet the important and varied management challenges of today and anticipate those of the future. Chartered by Congress as an independent, non-partisan organization, the National Academy undertakes its important work on behalf of the public sector by anticipating, evaluating, analyzing and making recommendations on the nation’s most critical and complex public management, governance, policy and operational challenges. Through the trusted and experienced leaders that comprise its 680 Fellows and direct its projects and services, the National Academy improves the quality, performance and accountability of government.

New fellows are nominated and elected annually by current fellows.  Fellows include 8 current or former US congressmen and 18 current or former presidential cabinet members.

Dr. Lewis’s recent research has focused on the status of lesbians and gay men in American society and on public opinion on gay rights. He has been published in many public administration and social science journals. The Georgia State University Library provides access to many of his publications. Here is a selected list of Dr. Lewis’s recent research:

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