Curriculum Vita E. Terrence Jones Department of Political Science University of Missouri-St. Louis St. Louis, Missouri 63121-4499



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Curriculum Vita

E. Terrence Jones

Department of Political Science

University of Missouri-St. Louis

St. Louis, Missouri 63121-4499

(314) 516-5511

E-Mail: terry.jones@umsl.edu
Education
Ph.D., Political Science, Georgetown University, 1967

B.S., Economics, Saint Louis University, 1963


Academic Positions
Founders Professor of Political Science and Public Policy Administration and Dean Emeritus

of Arts and Sciences, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2013-

Professor of Political Science and Public Policy Administration, University of Missouri-St.

Louis, 1978-2013

Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1970-1978

Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1969-1970

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Kansas State University, 1966-1969
Administrative Positions
Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2010-2013

Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1983-1997

Director, Public Policy Administration Program, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1976-1983

Director, Public Policy Extension Program, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1976-1983

Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1971-1974
Fields of Specialization
Public Policy, Metropolitan Governance, Public Opinion, Strategic Planning, Survey Research



Publications
Books
St. Louis Metromorphosis: Past Trends and Future Directions (St. Louis, Missouri: Missouri

Historical Society Press, 2004). Co-edited with Brady Baybeck.


The Metropolitan Chase: Politics and Policies in Urban America (Upper Saddle River, New

Jersey: Prentice Hall, 2003).


Fragmented by Design: Why St. Louis Has So Many Governments (St. Louis, Missouri:

Palmerston and Reed, 2000).


Conducting Political Research (New York: Harper and Row, 1971). Second edition, 1981.
Chapters in Edited Collections
“Making Regional Decisions,” in Mark Abbott and Andrew J. Theising (editors), St. Louis

Currents: The Bi-State Region after a Century of Planning (Edwardsville, Illinois:

Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Press, 2009).


“Moving Toward Regional Governance Incrementally: The St. Louis Case,” in Donald Phares

(editor), Governing Metropolitan Regions in the 21st Century (Armonk, New York: M.E.

Sharpe, 2009). Co-authored with Donald Phares.
“Ahead of the Curve? Planning in St. Louis County: 1930-2000,” in Mark Tranel (editor),

St. Louis Plans: The Ideal and Real St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri: Missouri Historical

Society Press, 2007).


“The Candidates Depart but the Dance Goes On: The 2004 Presidential Race in Missouri,”

in David B. Magleby, J. Quin Monson, and Kelly D. Patterson (editors), Dancing



Without Partners: How Candidates, Parties, and Interest Groups Interact in the

Presidential Campaign (Lanham, New Jersey: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007).

Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Laura Wiedlocher, and Lindsay Battles.


“Battleground No More? The 2004 Presidential Race in Missouri,” in David B. Magleby, J.

Quin Monson, and Kelly D. Patterson (editors), Dancing Without Partners: How



Candidates , Parties, and Interest Groups Interact in the New Campaign Environment :

Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Center for Elections and Democracy, 2005).

Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Laura Wiedlocher, and Lindsay Battles.



“The Municipal Market in the St. Louis Region: 1950-2000,” in Brady Baybeck and E. Terrence

Jones (editors), St. Louis Metromorphosis: Past Trends and Future Directions (St. Louis,

Missouri: Missouri Historical Society Press, 2004).


“How St. Louis’s Past Frames Its Future,” in Brady Baybeck and E. Terrence Jones (editors),

St. Louis Metromorphosis: Past Trends and Future Directions (St. Louis, Missouri:

Missouri Historical Society Press, 2004). Co-authored with Brady Baybeck.


“Battle for the Bases: The Missouri U.S. Senate Race,” in David B. Magleby and J. Quin

Monson (editors), The Last Hurrah? Soft Money and Issue Advocacy in the 2002



Congressional Elections (Washington: Brookings Institution Press, 2004). Co-authored

with Martha Kropf, Matthew McLaughlin, and Dale Neuman.


“Metropolitan Citizens in St. Louis,” in Dick Simpson (editor), Inside Urban Politics: Voices

from America’s Cities and Suburbs (New York: Longman, 2004). Co-authored with

Elaine Hays.


“The Missouri Senate Race,” in David Magleby and Quin Monson (editors), The Last Hurrah?

Soft Money and Issue Advocacy in the 2002 Congressional Elections (Provo, Utah:

Brigham Young University Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy, 2003).

Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Matthew McLaughlin, and Dale Neuman.
“The 2000 Missouri Senate Race,” in David Magleby (editor), Election Advocacy: Soft

Money and Issue Advocacy is the 2000 Elections (Provo, Utah: Brigham Young

University Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy, 2001). Co-authored

With Martha Kropf, Anthony Simones, Dale Neuman, and Maureen Gilbride Mears.

“The Presidential Primaries in Missouri,” in David Magleby (editor), Getting Inside the Outside



Campaign (Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Center for the Study of Elections

and Democracy, 2000). Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Anthony Simones, Dale

Neuman, and Maureen Gilbride Mears.
“Alternative Approaches to Intraregional Cooperation: The Case of the United States of

America,” in Werner Heinz (editor), Intraregional Cooperation (Berlin, Germany: German

Institute for Urban Affairs, 2000).
“Home Rule in Missouri,” in Dale Krane, Platon N. Rigos, and Melvin B. Hill (editors), Home

Rule in America: A Fifty-State Handbook (Washington, D.C. CQ Press, 2000).

Co-authored with Donald Phares.


“Community Leadership,” in James E. O’Donnell (editor), St. Louis Currents, 3rd edition (St.

Louis, Missouri: Missouri Historical Society Press, 1997).




“The Politics of St. Louis,” in Richard R. Dohm, Richard J. Hardy, and David Leuthold (editors),



Missouri Government and Politics, 2nd edition (Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri

Press, 1995).


“Community Leadership,” in James E. O’Donnell (editor), St. Louis Currents, 2nd edition (St.

Louis, Missouri: Leadership Center of Greater St. Louis, 1992).


“St. Louis: A Commentary,” in Rachelle L. Levitt (editor), Cities Reborn (Washington, D.C.:

Urban Land Institute, 1987).


“The Politics of the Voluntary Sector,” in Gary Tobin (editor), Planning and Social Service

Delivery in the Voluntary Sector (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1986).
“Community Leadership,” in Ann R. Ruwitch (editor), St. Louis Currents (St. Louis, Missouri:

Leadership St. Louis, 1986).


“The Politics of St. Louis,” in Richard R. Dohm and Richard J. Hardy (editors), Missouri

Government and Politics (Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 1985).
“The Distribution of Urban Services in a Declining City,” in Richard Rich (editor), The Politics

of Urban Public Services (Lexington, Massachusetts: D.C. Heath, 1981).
“The Press and the New Urban Politics,” in Louis H. Masotti and Robert L. Lineberry (editors),

The New Urban Politics (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Ballinger, 1976).
Articles
“Toward Regionalism: The St. Louis Approach,” Saint Louis University Public Law Review

(Number One 2014).


“Improving College Access: The St. Louis Graduates Initiative,” National Civic Review (Winter

2014).
“Pursuing the Early Voter: Does the Early Bird Get the Worm?,” Journal of Political Marketing

(Summer 2008). Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Janine Parry, and Jay Barth.
“Mobilizing the Seldom Voter: Campaign Contact and Effects in High-Profile Elections,”

Political Behavior (March 2008). Co-authored with Janine Parry, Jay Barth, and Martha

Kropf.
“Increasing Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Knowledge by a Targeted Media Campaign,” Journal of



Fetal Alcohol Syndrome International (November, 2005). Co-authored with Mark Mengel,

Debra Shurn, and Danny Wedding. .


“Reducing Overclaiming in Needs Assessments: An Experimental Comparison,” Evaluation

Review (December 2001). Co-authored with Robert J. Calsyn, William J. Kelemen, and

Joel P.Winter.


“The New State Politics and Public Higher Education,” Educational Record (Summer 1984).

Reprinted in Leonard Goodall (editor), When Colleges Lobby States: The Higher Education/



State Government Connection (Washington: American Association of State Colleges and

Universities, 1987).


“The Reagan Administration and Local Government,” Missouri Municipal Review (April 1982).

Co-authored with Andrew Glassberg and Donald Phares.


“The Neighborhood Professional and Urban Politics,” Journal of Community Action (February

1982). Co-authored with Phyllis Evans and Thomas Gosebrink.


“Saving the Cities Through Community Education: A Caveat,” Community Education Journal

(October 1980).


“Federal Aid as a Game of Chance: Formula Funding and Measurement Reliability,” Southern

Review of Public Administration (June 1980).
“Block Grants and Urban Policies: Implementation and Impact,” Policy Studies Journal

(Summer 1980).


“How Can St. Louis Look So Good and Be So Bad?” Focus/Midwest (March-April 1979).
“Formula Feedback and Central Cities: The Case of the Comprehensive Employment and

Training Act,” Urban Affairs Quarterly (September 1978). Co-authored with Donald

Phares.
“Are CETA’s Billions Randomly Distributed?” Nation’s Cities (July 1978). Co-authored with

Donald Phares.


“Persuading an Urban Public: The St. Louis Privacy Campaign,” Journalism Quarterly (Winter

1977). Co-authored with Joan Saunders.


“Crime Change Patterns in American Cities,” Journal of Criminal Justice (Winter 1976).
“The Press as Metropolitan Monitor,” Public Opinion Quarterly (Summer 1976).
“Mass Media and the Urban Policy Process,” Policy Studies Journal (Summer 1975).
“The Impact of Federal Aid on the Quality of Life: The Case of Infant Health,” Social Indicators

Research (August 1974).

“Using Ecological Regression,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History (Spring 1976).





“Political Change and Spending Shifts in the American States,” American Politics Quarterly

(April 1974).


“The Impact of Crime Rate Changes on Police Protection Expenditures in American Cities,”

Criminology (February 1974).
“Assessing the Impact of Incremental Policies,” Policy Studies Journal (Winter 1973).
“Evaluating Everyday Policies: Police Activity and Crime Incidence,” Urban Affairs Quarterly

(March 1973).


“Ecological Inference and Electoral Analysis,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History (Winter

1972).
“Issue Saliency, Opinion Holding, and Party Preference,” Western Political Quarterly

(September 1971). Co-authored with Ruth S. Jones.
“Businessmen and Community Development,” Kansas Government Journal (May 1969).
“Businessmen and Small City Problems,” Michigan Business Review (November 1968).
“Congressional Voting on Keynesian Legislation, 1945-1964,” Western Political Quarterly

(Winter 1968). Reprinted in Joel Silbey (editor), The Congress of the United States



1789-1989 (Brooklyn, New York: Carlson Publishing, 1991).
“Congressmen and Social Scientists: The Communication Gap,” The Midwest Quarterly

(Winter 1968).


Technical Reports
Our Aging Water Infrastructure: The Attributes and Nees of the Water and Wastewater

Infrastructure in the St. Louis Region (St. Louis, Missouri: Metro Water Infrastructure

Partnership, 2014). Co-authored with Nicole A. Young and Jack Strauss.


Special School District: Parent, Teacher, Administrator Assessment (St. Louis, Missouri:

Special School District Public Review Committee, 2014). Co-authored with Cynthia

J. Palazzolo.
Advancing Post-Secondary Success: The St. Louis Graduates Story (St. Louis, Missouri: St.

Louis Graduates, 2013)



Early Childhood Education in St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri: Regional Early Childhood

Council, 2013). Co-authored with Cynthia J. Palazzolo.


St. Louis County Childen Services Fund Needs Assessment (St. Louis, Missouri: University of

Missouri-St. Louis Public Policy Research Center, 2013). Co-authored with Julie

Birkenmaier, Carol Evans, Sharon Johnson, Lois Pierce, Liz Sale, and Mark Tranel.
St. Louis County Strategic Plan Citizen Survey (St. Louis, Missouri: St. Louis County

Department of Planning, 2012).


St. Louis Graduates Update Report (St. Louis, Missouri: St. Louis Graduates, 2012).

Co-authored with Cynthia J. Palazzolo.


Transferring to St. Louis County Schools: How Many City of St. Louis Students Would

Make the Change? (Clayton, Missouri: Clayton School District, 2011).
Reconciling the Great Divorce: The City of St. Louis Reentering St. Louis County

(St. Louis, Missouri: University of Missouri-St. Louis Public Policy Research Center,

2011)
Parent and Teacher Opinions Regarding the St. Louis Public Schools (St. Louis, Missouri:

Special Advisory Committee on the St. Louis Public Schools, 2010).


Special School District: Parent and Public Assessment (St. Louis, Missouri:

Special School District Public Review Committee, 2010).


College Access Pipeline Report (St. Louis, Missouri: College Access Pipeline Project,

2009). Co-authored with Cynthia J. Palazzolo.





St. Louis County Parks: Passive Usage (St. Louis, Missouri: St. Louis County Department

of Parks, 2008).


St. Louis County Strategic Plan Citizen Survey (St. Louis, Missouri: St. Louis County

Department of Planning, 2007).


Public Opinion on the St. Louis Public Schools (St. Louis, Missouri: Special Advisory

Committee on the St. Louis Public Schools, 2006).


Special School District: Parent and Public Assessment (St. Louis, Missouri: Special

School District Public Review Committee, 2006).


Jefferson County Today: The Citizens Speak (St. Louis, Missouri: FOCUS St. Louis, 2003).
City of St. Louis Citizens Survey (St. Louis, Missouri: Regional Business Council, 2002).
Career Academies in St. Louis County: The Superintendents’ Views (St. Louis, Missouri: Metropolitan Vocational Technical Cooperative, 2001).
The Layoffs at Boeing: A Survey Analysis (St. Louis, Missouri: St. Louis County Economic

Council, 2000).


St. Louis Metropolitan Area Opinion Survey (St. Louis, Missouri: East-West Gateway

Coordinating Council, 1999).


A Regional Poll: Issues and Options (St. Louis, Missouri: Danforth Foundation, 1998).
The Layoffs at McDonnell Douglas: Survey Findings and Community Consequences (St. Louis,

Missouri: St. Louis County Economic Council, 1998).


The Layoffs at McDonnell Douglas: Third Survey (St. Louis, Missouri: St. Louis County

Economic Council, 1994).


Four County Social Services Survey (St. Louis, Missouri: University of Missouri-St. Louis

Public Policy Research Center, 1994).


The Layoffs at McDonnell Douglas: Second Survey (St. Louis, Missouri: St. Louis County

Economic Council, 1992).


Transportation in St. Louis County: A Survey Analysis (St. Louis, Missouri: University of

Missouri-St. Louis Public Policy Research Center, 1992).


The Layoffs at McDonnell Douglas: A Survey Analysis (St. Louis, Missouri: St. Louis

County Economic Council, 1991).





Missourians’ Views on Libraries (St. Louis, Missouri: University of Missouri-St. Louis

Extension Division, 1989).


Trends in St. Louis County Housing Conditions: 1976-1982 (St. Louis, Missouri:

University of Missouri-St. Louis Extension Division, 1983). Co-authored with Rod Wright.


Financing Storm Water Sewers in St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri: University of Missouri-St.

Louis Extension Division, 1982). Co-authored with Donald Phares.


The Multi-Family Rental Market in St. Louis County (St. Louis, Missouri: University

of Missouri-St. Louis Extension Division, 1982). Co-authored with Rod Wright.




Trends in St. Louis County Housing Conditions, 1976-1979 (St. Louis, Missouri: University of . Missouri-St. Louis Extension Division, 1980). Co-authored with Thomas Gosebrink and

Susan Sperry.


The Normandy School District: Citizen Views (St. Louis, Missouri: University

of Missouri-St. Louis Extension Division, 1978).


Measuring Housing Conditions in St. Louis County (St. Louis, Missouri: University

of Missouri-St. Louis Extension Division, 1977). Co-authored with Susan Harrington and

Joan Saunders.
St. Louis County Apartment Information Study (St. Louis, Missouri: University of

Missouri-St. Louis Extension Division, 1977). Co-authored with Joan Matyshak.


Labor Force Characteristics in the City of St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri: University of

Missouri-St. Louis Extension Division, 1976). Co-authored with Susan Harrington and

Kenneth Slavens.
Measuring Unemployment in the City of St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri: University of

Missouri-St. Louis Extension Division, 1976). Co-authored with Joan Matyshak, Donald

Phares, and Joan Saunders.
Covering Suburban Municipalities: A Handbook for Reporters (St. Louis, Missouri:

University of Missouri-St. Louis Extension Division, 1975)


Leadership Values and Community Development (Manhattan, Kansas: Kansas

State University, 1969). Co-authored with William A. Schulze.





Papers
“Mobilizing Voters: Evaluating the Type, Target, and Timing of Campaign Contact,”

State Politics and Policy Conference, 2011. Co-authored with Janine Parry, William

Schreckhise, Martha Kropf, and Jay Barth.
“Moving Toward Regional Governance Incrementally: The St. Louis Case,” Urban Affairs

Association Annual Meeting, 2008. Co-authored with Donald Phares.


“The Impact of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act on the 2004 U.S. Presidential Race in

Missouri,” Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2005. Co-authored with

Laura Wiedlocher.
“Going Negative in Competitive U.S. Elections: Who Notices?” American Political Science

Association Annual Meeting, 2004. Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Jay Barth, and Janine

Parry.

“Giving the People What They Want: Is Synchronicity Between Desired Political



Communication and Campaign Activity Important in Shaping Voting Turnout?” International

Society of Political Psychology Annual Meeting, 2004. Co-authored with Jay Barth, Martha

Kropf, and Janine Parry.
“The Floating Voter and Competitive U.S. Senate Elections,” Western Political Science

Association Annual Meeting, 2004. Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Janine Parry, and Jay

Barth.
“Mobilizing Voters: A Dynamic Model of Campaign Effects,” Southern Political Science

Association Annual Meeting, 2004. Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Janine Parry, and Jay

Barth.
“Pursuing the Early Voter: Which Bird Gets the Worm?” Northeastern Political Science

Association Annual Meeting, 2003. Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Janine Parry, and Jay

Barth.
“The 2002 Missouri Senate Race,” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting,

2003. Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Matt McLaughlin, and Dale Neuman.


“Citizens Leagues as Metropolitan Think Tanks: Policy Approaches and Impact,” American

Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2002.


“Local Communities and Metropolitan Regimes: Citizens and Contexts,” Midwest Political

Science Association Annual Meeting, 2002. Co-authored with Brady Baybeck.





“Outside Money: The 2000 Senate Race in Missouri,” American Political Science Association

Annual Meeting, 2001. Co-authored with Martha Kropf, Anthony Simones, Dale Neuman,

and Maureen Gilbride Mears.
“Who Are the Metropolitan Citizens? Searching for Regionalism in the St. Louis Area,”

American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2001. Co-authored with Elaine

Hays.
“Outside Money: The 2000 Presidential Primary in Missouri,” American Political Science

Association Annual Meeting, 2000. Co-authored with Martha Kropf and Dale Neuman.


“Citizens Leagues and Metropolitan Governance: Kansas City and St. Louis,” American Political

Science Association Annual Meeting, 1998.


“Citizens Leagues and Metropolitan Policymaking: The St. Louis Case,” Urban Affairs

Association Annual Meeting, 1998.

“The Distributional Consequences of State Revenue and Spending Changes,” American Political

Science Association Annual Meeting, 1985.


“Racial Transition and Metropolitan Policymaking,” Western Social Science Association Annual

Meeting, 1983.


“The Neighborhood Professional and Urban Politics,” Midwest Political Science Association

Annual Meeting, 1982. Co-authored with Phyllis Evans and Thomas Gosebrink.


“Eliminating the Public Employment Service Program: Who Lost?” American Society for

Public Administration Annual Meeting, 1982.


“The Community Development Block Grant Program and Housing Quality,” Western Political

Science Association Annual Meeting, 1981.


“Distributing Community Development Funds in St. Louis,” Southern Political Science

Association Annual Meeting, 1981.


“Implementing a Block Grant Program: The Interaction of Old and New Policy Systems,”

American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 1979. Co-authored with Russell

Smith.

“Distributing Manpower Services in St. Louis,” Southwestern Political Science Association



Annual Meeting, 1979. Co-authored with Russell Smith.



“Voting in School Levy Elections,” Midwest Association of Public Opinion Researchers Annual

Meeting, 1978. Co-authored with Ruth S. Jones.


“Funding by Formula: Measurement Biases,” American Political Science Association Annual

Meeting, 1978.


“Women and Public Policy: The Role of the Press,” Southwestern Political Science Association

Annual Meeting, 1976.


“The Press and the New Urban Politics,” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting,

1975.
“Environmental Influences on Electoral Attitudes and Behavior: The St. Louis ‘Anti-Crime’

Referendum,” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 1971. Co-authored

with Edward C. Dreyer.


“Change and Continuity in Congressional Voting: The Keynesian Case,” Midwest Political

Science Association Annual Meeting, 1969.


Book Reviews
Over ninety reviews in American Political Science Review, Choice, Midwest Journal of Political Science, PsyCritiques, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, and Social Science Quarterly.
Extramural Grants
“Special School District: Parent, Teacher, Administrator Assessment,” funded in 2014 by the

Special School District Public Review Committee, amount $21,800, principal investigator.


“St. Louis Graduates Case Study,” funded in 2013 by the Citi Foundation, amount $8,000,

principal investigator.


“Early Childhood Education in St. Louis,” funded in 2013 by the Regional Early Education

Council, amount $15,000, principal investigator.


“St. Louis County Children’s Services Fund Needs Assessment,” funded in 2012 by the St. Louis

County Children’s Services Fund, amount $249,000, co-principal investigator.


“St. Louis County Strategic Plan Citizen Survey,” funded in 2012 by St. Louis County

Department of Planning, amount $22,250, principal investigator.


“St. Louis Graduates Update Study,” funded in 2012 by St. Louis Graduates, amount $16,500,

principal investigator.


“The Turner Case and Student Transfers,” funded in 2011 by the Clayton School District, amount

$44,500, principal investigator.


“Parent and Teacher Opinions Regarding the St. Louis Public Schools,” funded in 2010 by the

Greater St. Louis Community Foundation, amount $75,000, principal investigator.


“Special School District: Parent and Public Assessment,” funded in 2010 by the Special School

District Public Review Committee, amount $20,200, principal investigator.


“College Access Pipeline Study,” funded in 2009 by the College Access Pipeline Project,

amount $16,000, principal investigator.


“St. Louis County Park Passive Usage Study,” funded in 2008 by the St. Louis County

Parks Department, amount $13,300, principal investigator.


“St. Louis County Strategic Plan Public Opinion,” funded in 2007 by the St. Louis County

Department of Planning, amount $22,200, principal investigator.

“Public Opinion about the St. Louis Public Schools,” funded in 2006 by the Greater St. Louis

Community Foundation, amount $86,000, principal investigator.


“Special School District: Parent and Public Assessment,” funded in 2006 by the Special School

District Public Review Committee, amount $14,775, principal investigator.





“Base Realignment and Closing in St. Louis: The Work Force Survey,” funded in 2006 by the

U.S. Department of Labor and the St. Louis County Economic Council, amount $21,000,

principal investigator.
“Affton Community Partnership,” funded in 2006 by the U.S. Department of Housing and

Urban Development, amount $190,000, principal investigator.


“Outside Money in the 2004 Elections,” funded in 2004 by the Pew Charitable Trusts, amount

$7,500, secondary investigator.


“Jefferson County Planning Study,” funded in 2003 by the U.S. Department of Education,

$29,000, secondary investigator.


“Outside Money in the 2002 Elections,” funded in 2002 by the Pew Charitable Trusts, amount

$8,000, secondary investigator.


“City of St. Louis Citizens Survey,” funded in 2002 by the Regional Business Council, amount

$18,000, principal investigator.


“Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Marketing Initiative,” funded in 2001 by the Center for Disease

Control, amount $85,000, secondary investigator.


“Career Academies in St. Louis County: The Superintendents’ Views,” funded in 2001 by the

Metropolitan Vocational Technical Cooperative, amount $6,400, principal investigator.


“Layoffs at Boeing: The 1999 Experience,” funded in 2000 by the St. Louis County

Economic Council, amount $12,500, principal investigator.


“Outside Money in the 2000 Elections,” funded in 2000 by the Pew Charitable Trusts,

amount $14,000, secondary investigator.


“St. Louis Regional Report Card Initiative Survey,” funded in 1999 by the St. Louis

Regional Report Card Initiative, amount $80,000, co-principal investigator.


“St. Louis Metropolitan Area Survey,” funded in 1999 by the East-West Gateway

Coordinating Council, amount $20,000, principal investigator.

“Layoffs at McDonnell Douglas: Survey Findings and Community Consequences,” funded in

1997 by the U.S. Office of Defense Adjustment, amount $5,000, principal investigator.


“Layoffs at McDonnell Douglas: Third Survey,” funded in 1994 by the U.S. Office of Defense

Adjustment, amount $22,000, principal investigator.





“Four County Social Services Survey,” funded in 1994 by the Four County Mental Health

Agency, amount $8,000, principal investigator.


“Layoffs at McDonnell Douglas: Second Survey,” funded in 1992 by the U.S. Office of Defense

Adjustment, amount $21,000, principal investigator.


“St. Louis County Transportation Study,” funded in 1992 by St. Louis County, amount $9,000,

co-principal investigator.


“Layoffs at McDonnell Douglas,” funded in 1991 by the U.S. Office of Defense Adjustment,

amount $18,000, principal investigator.


“Planning for Missouri’s Libraries,” funded in 1988 by the State of Missouri Library, amount

$18,000, principal investigator.


“Planning for the St. Louis Public Library,” funded in 1987 by the St. Louis Public Library,

amount $10,000, principal investigator.


“Stormwater Financing Project,” funded in 1982 by the Metropolitan Sewer District of St. Louis,

amount $3,500, co-principal investigator.


“Housing Conditions Study: Phase III,” funded in 1982 by the St. Louis County Office of

Community Development, amount $15,000, principal investigator.


“Apartment Market Study: Phase II,” funded in 1981 by the St. Louis County Office of

Community Development, amount $20,000, principal investigator.


“Manpower Client Information Analysis,” funded in 1980 by the St. Louis Agency on Training

and Employment, amount $5,000, principal investigator.


“Neighborhood Revitalization Strategies,” funded in 1979 by the Missouri Division of

Community Development and the U.S. Office of Education, amount $32,000, principal

investigator.
“Housing Conditions Study: Phase II, “ funded in 1978 by the St. Louis County Office of

Community Development, amount $14,000, principal investigator.

“Apartment Market Study,” funded in 1976 by the Housing Authority of St. Louis County,

amount $22,000, principal investigator.


“Housing Conditions Study,” funded in 1976 by the St. Louis County Office of Community

Development, amount $24,000, principal investigator.





“Labor Force Characteristics in St. Louis,” funded in 1976 by the City of St. Louis Office of

Manpower, amount $10,000, principal investigator.


“Unemployment Measurement Study,” funded in 1975 by the City of St. Louis Office of

Manpower, amount $47,000, principal investigator.


“Institute for Reporters and Municipal Officials,” funded in 1974 by the Missouri Department

of Community Affairs, amount $26,000, co-principal investigator.


“Corporate Businessmen and Community Development,” funded in 1967 by the U.S. Office of

Education, amount $5,000, principal investigator.


Honors
University of Missouri C. Brice Ratchford Award, 2007

Citizens for Missouri’s Children Volunteer of the Year, 2006

National Women’s Political Caucus Good Guys Award (Martin Abzug Award for Best

Political Spouse), 1992

American Council on Education Fellow in Academic Administration, 1981-1982

AMOCO Award for Teaching Excellence, 1975


Selected Consultancies



United States Federal Executive Institute, State of Illinois, State of Missouri, City of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Madison County (Illinois), St. Louis Public Library, Webster Groves Public Library, Jefferson County Library, Richmond Heights Memorial Library, St. Louis County Library, Metropolitan Sewer District of St. Louis, Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis Zoo, Missouri Botanical Garden, Leadership St. Louis, FOCUS St. Louis, KMOX Radio, KWMU Radio, Laumeier Sculpture Park, Saint Louis Symphony, Grand Center, St. Louis Community College, Jefferson College, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, Northern Illinois University, Cleveland State University, United Arab Emirates University, Avila College, East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Danforth Foundation, Greater St. Louis Community Foundation, Regional Early Education Council, St. Louis Graduates, Bi-State Development Agency, Monsanto Corporation, Citizens for Modern Transit, Lambert International Airport, Regional Chamber and Growth Association, Regional Business Council, Crown Center for Independent Living, Independence Center, Mental Health Board of St. Louis, Productive Living Board, Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Paraquad, Crider Center, Beyond Housing, Cardinal Ritter Institute, Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Partnership, Community Women Against Hardship, Jewish Family and Children’s Services, Boys and Girls Town of Missouri, Solomon Schechter Day School, Forest Park Forever, Saint Louis Art Museum, Cooperating School Districts of St. Louis, Metropolitan Vocational Technical Cooperative, Jewish Community Relations Council, Kirkwood Junction Special Business District, Ferguson Special Business District, North County Incorporated, Affton School District, Bayless School District, Clayton School District,Edwardsville School District, Hillsboro School District, Kirkwood School District, Ladue School District, Northwest School District, Parkway School District, Riverview Gardens School District, Rockwood School District, Special School District of St. Louis County, Webster Groves School District, St. Louis County Municipal League and the following municipalities: Ballwin, Brentwood, Bridgeton, Chesterfield, Clayton, Creve Coeur, Ellisville, Ferguson, Florissant, Glendale, Hazelwood, Kirkwood, Maplewood, Maryland Heights, O’Fallon, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, St. Charles, St. Peters, Sullivan, Town and Country, University City, Webster Groves, Wentzville, and Wildwood.
Selected Professional/Community Offices
Member, Deaconess Foundation Policy Advisory Board, 2015-

Member, My Town/Our County Board of Directors, 2014-

Vice Chair, Metropolitan Sewer District Plan Commission, 2009-2010

Co-Chair, City of University City Second Century Commission, 2006-2007

Member, Deaconess Foundation Board of Directors, 2006-2011

Member, Citizens for Missouri’s Children Board of Directors, 2000-2006

Member, American Political Science Association Urban Politics Section Executive

Committee, 2000-2002, 2009-2011

Member, Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences Board of Directors, 1996-1997

Chair, Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences Task Force on the National Agenda,

1996-1997

Member, Missouri Council on Economic Education Board of Trustees, 1996-1997

Member, St. Louis Regional Professional Development Center Board of Directors,

1996-1997

Director, Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences “Marketing, Media, and the Arts and

Sciences Seminar, 1994-2003.

Director, Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences Deans’ Seminars, 1991-1993

Member, URBAN AFFAIRS QUARTERLY Editorial Board, 1991-1994

Chair, Missouri Youth Initiative Advisory Board, 1989-1994

Member, Confluence St. Louis Board of Directors, 1984-1990 (President, 1989-1990)

Chair, Council of Urban Colleges of Arts, Letters, and Sciences Program Committee,

1995-1996 and 1987-1988

President, North Area Community Forum, 1982-1983

President, Missouri Political Science Association, 1981-1982







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