I am a faculty member at The Evergreen State College’s Master of Public Administration Program (MPA). I earned my PhD at the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy at Florida State University. I plan on posting information regarding courses I teach – including syllabi – and the research I present at various conferences. This site also provides a link to my twitter account (@AnguelovL). You can reach me through the Contact tab that will deliver your messages and inquiries to my personal email.
On this site:
Under the Teaching tab you can access information on courses I teach, syllabi, as well as links to online lectures I use for asynchronous online instruction. The links for the online lectures can be located under the Online Instruction tab.
The Publications tab has a list of my peer reviewed publications and other academic achievements.
The Conference Presentations tab has a list of meetings where my research has been presented or is accepted for presentation in the near future. Under the Other Presentations tab are links and content of other presentations and invited talks.
My Research Interests tab broadly outlines areas of academic importance, and the Working Papers tab presents some of my current research works in progress.
The CV tab contains the most up-to-date version of my vita.
I have served as the Student Representative for the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy to the North Florida Chapter of ASPA (American Society for Public Administration) Council.
In 2014 I was selected as one of 76 Founders’ Fellows by ASPA:
“Each year, ASPA provides fellowships to outstanding students studying public administration. As part of its 75th Anniversary, ASPA expanded its fellowship programs to new professionals. In total, 76 Fellows were selected to attend the 2014 Annual Conference. ASPA Fellows will attend the Annual Conference, participate in Discussion Circles and get matched with a veteran public servant and ASPA member as a mentor.”
As an ASPA Founders’ Fellow I presented my research on the outsourcing of oversight. Below is the link to the abbreviated abstract, and a PDF file of the column that was published in ASPA’s PA Times