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Mark HendersonMark Henderson
Kathryn P. Hannam Professorship in American Studies
Associate Professor of Public Policy
Program Head of Environmental Studies

At Mills since 2007

Office: GSB 225
Phone: 510.430.3169
Email: mhenderson@mills.edu
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Faculty Office Hours Fall 2016
Days Time Room
M
 

2:00-3:30 and by appointment at http://bit.do/mhenderson

225 Lokey GSB

 



Fall 2017 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
T 01:00PM-02:15PM PPOL 015
Introduction to Public Policy
GSB 118
T 04:00PM-06:30PM PPOL 227
Local Policy, Planning, & Mgmt
GSB 117
TH 01:00PM-02:15PM PPOL 015
Introduction to Public Policy
GSB 118


Education
  • PhD, Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California, Berkeley
  • MA, Regional Studies, Harvard University
  • BA, History, Asian Studies, and Environmental Studies, Williams College
Courses Taught
  • PPOL 015/210: Solving Public Problems: Introduction to Economic Policy Analysis
  • PPOL 100/200: Methods of Policy Analysis
  • PPOL 150: Environmental Policy Analysis
  • PPOL 180: Special Topics: Made in China: Globalization, Policy, and the Environment
  • PPOL 191: Senior Seminar
  • PPOL 227: Local and Community Policymaking, Planning and Management
  • PPOL 230/231: MPP Integrative Core I and II
Professional Interests

Environmental policy in the United States and China, urbanization and land use planning, global climate change, policy applications of geographic information science (GIS)
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Last Updated: 9/7/17