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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
Rutgers University-Camden
stephen.danley@rutgers.edu

Check out Stephen’s piece at Next City on living in Camden: 

http://nextcity.org/daily/entry/camden-a-city-for-others