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The Dialogic Sessions - #6
Friday, 9am-12pm, 1:15-4:15pm

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Presented by Henrik Minassians


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Henrik Minassians

Biography: Henrik Minassians has written extensively on the implementation of public programs in higher education and healthcare. In addition to presenting clases in Public Policy and Administration at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), his research interests include implementation and evaluation issues in higher education and health care policy. His applied research has focused on accountability programs in higher education and the effectiveness of indicators used for performance measurement.

Before coming to CSUN, Henrik worked as a senior research associate for the higher education program at the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, New York. Recent publications include: Performance Reporting: "Real" Accountability or Accountability "Lite" (2003); Reporting Higher Education Results: Missing Links in the Performance Chain (published by Jossey-Bass, 2002); State Performance Reporting Indicators What Do They Indicate? (In Planning for Higher Education, 2002); Performance Reporting: The "No Cost" Accountability Program, (2002); Linking State Resources to Campus Results: From Fad to Trend, (2001); Performance Funding and Budgeting: An Emerging Merger? (2000); and Myths and Illusions: The Media and AIDS Policy (with Stella Theodoulou, 1996); "Good Cities and Healthy Communities in the United States" Journal of Urban Design and Planning (with Zeynep Toker)(Accepted for publication in October 17, 2011); Core Concepts in American Government: What Everyone Should Know The chapter titled "Bureaucracy" (with Lawrence Becker) (accepted for publication in fall of 2010). He has had the experience working for public agencies as well as not-for-profit organizations. In addition, he taught public policy and American politics courses at State University of New York-Albany. He currently teaches public policy classes for the Masters in Public Administration (MPA) program.

Henrik holds a Ph.D. in public policy from the Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Policy and Affairs at the University at Albany-SUNY.

Contact: Henrik can be reached by e-mail at henrik.minassians@csun.edu for additional information about this "Dialogic Session."

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/henrik-minassians-3bb82751

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