• Item #P444
  • ISBN: 0936826444
  • ISBN13: 978-0-936826-44-8
  • Copyright 2007
  • 219 pp.
  • Form: Hardback
  • Price: $40.00

Maxwell Manual for Good Citizenship

Public Policy Skills in Action

By William D. Coplin and Emily Sandefer


About the Authors

William D. Coplin

William D. Coplin is Professor of Public Affairs and Director of the Public Affairs Program of the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. As contributing author to the guidelines for the Regents twelfth grade required course (1988-89) "Participation in Government," Dr. Coplin was able to draw upon his years of teaching and expertise in public policy analysis and social science education. He has published more than 100 books and articles in the social science and political science fields. His most recent books are How You Can Help: A Guide to Doing Good Deeds in Your Everyday Life (2000), Ten Things Employers Want You to Learn in College (2003), and 25 Ways to Make College Pay Off: Advice for Anxious Parents from a Professor Who's Seen it All (2007). In addition, over the past few years, he has written articles for USA-Today and the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Professor Coplin, who received his Ph.D. from American University, has received numerous teaching awards from Syracuse University, including the Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professorship for Teaching Excellence. In addition, he is the founder and director of the undergraduate Policy Studies program at Syracuse University.

Emily Sandefer