Ethics and Public Policy

Lincoln Memorial

Program Faculty


Margarete Arndt, D.B.A.
Professor, Graduate School of Management
Specialization: Management
Tel: 1-508-793-7668
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Robert Boatright, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
American political behavior, political parties, campaigns and elections, interest groups, political participation, and political theory
Tel: 1-508-793-7632
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Halina Brown, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of International Development, Community, and Environment
Socio-technical system innovation in sustainability transition, use of information disclosure as a regulatory instrument for sustainability, corporate accountability and governance, social learning and institutional theory, comparative international environmental policy, environmental public health policy, environmental toxicology, management of risks from toxic substances
Tel: 1-508-793-7172
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John L. Crawley, M.S., J.D.
Visiting Lecturer, Business Law
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Judith DeCew, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy
Chair of Philosophy; Director, Ethics and Public Policy concentration, Theoretical and applied ethics, philosophy of law, social and political philosophy
Tel: 1-508-793-7326
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Patrick Derr, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Philosophy
Environmental ethics, philosophy of science, biomedical ethics, ethical issues in hazards management
Tel: 1-508-793-7128
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Susan Hanson, Ph.D.
Urban/social/economic geography, feminist geography
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Douglas Johnson, Ph.D.
Cultural geography, land degradation, animal agriculture and nomadic pastoralism
Tel: 508-793-7336
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Bruce London, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Sociology
Enviroment and society, community, sociology of the Third World, social demography
Tel: 1-508-793-7242
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Deborah Merrill, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Sociology
Research methods, family, aging, medical sociology, social demography
Tel: 1-508-793-7284
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Mark Miller, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Political Science; Adjunct Professor, Department of History
Director of Law and Society Concentration; American government, politics of law and the judiciary, Congressional politics, lawyers and politics
Tel: 1-508-793-7233
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Edward J. Ottensmeyer, Ph.D.
Associate Professor; Dean Emeritus & Senior Development Advisor Graduate School of Management
Specialization: Ethics
Tel: 1-508-793-7463
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Gary Overvold, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Philosophy
Contemporary continental philosophy, interdisciplinary studies, epistemology, philosophy of the human sciences, cultural history, philosophy of culture, modernism
Tel: 1-508-793-7416
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Colin Polsky, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, School of Geography; Associate Dean for Undergraduate Research and Active Pedagogy
Climate impacts, human-environment vulnerability to global environmental change, spatial statistics, mixed methods
Tel: 508-421-3828
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Paul W. Posner, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
Dr. Posner's current research focuses on democratization and political participation in developing regions, particularly Latin America. He is also interested in the impact of economic globalization and related state reforms on social organization and collective action in both developing and developed countries, and in comparative environmental policy and democratization in developing countries. Dr. Posner is also affiliated with the Latin American and Latino Studies Concentration.
Tel: 1-508-793-7253
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Robert Ross, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Sociology; Director, International Studies Stream
Labor and labor rights in global context; urban structures; social policy
Tel: 1-508-793-7376
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Nathaniel C. Seale, M.Ed.
Human Services Program, School Psychology Program
Tel: 1-508-421-3788
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Kristen Williams, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science
International relations theory, arms control and international security, nationalism and ethnic politics, U.S. foreign policy, women, gender and conflict.
Tel: 1-508-793-7446
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Walter Wright, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Philosophy
19th-century philosophy, ethics, philosophy of religion, metaphysics, German idealism
Tel: 1-508-793-7415
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