Hailing from Germantown, Maryland, Stephen is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration at Rutgers-Camden University. A proud alumnus of Penn, Stephen received a Marshall Scholarship to attend the University of Oxford, where he received his doctorate. His research focuses on neighborhood associations and their interactions with local government in Post-Katrina New Orleans and he has continued interest in micro-local policy networks and informal organizations. Prior experience includes a summer at the White House, freelance writing for the New York Times, three Ivy championships with Penn’s basketball team, and a year as a Philly Fellow working for the Neighborhood Interfaith Movement. When not crashing meetings at city hall, Stephen enjoys swing dancing and a good pint of British ale.
Stephen teaches 2 classes at Rutgers Camden this Fall: Local Knowledge: City Policy in New Orleans and Camden and International Economic Development
Stephen Danley, DPhil
Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration
Check out Stephen’s piece at Next City on living in Camden: