Posts Tagged: American University

GovInsights: Challenges in Government – Reputation, Ethics, and Common-Sense Leadership

This interview is part of a series on GovLoop called “GovInsights” where we interview and highlight the thoughts and perspectives of professors at who are researching and writing about government issues. This time we talked with, Dr. Patrick Malone is an Executive-in-Residence Professor for the Department of and Policy at American University, in Washington, D.C…. Read more »

GovInsights: Strive for Consensus, Fix Education and Stop Blaming Regulatory Agencies

This time we talked to Jeffrey S. Lubbers, Professor of Practice in Administrative Law at American University’s Washington College of Law. Prof. Lubbers served in government as the former Research Director for the recently revived Administrative Conference of the U.S. (ACUS), where he now served as a Special Counsel. He has written extensively in the… Read more »