Charles H. Levine Memorial Award for Excellence in Public Administration

A joint award presented by ASPA and NASPAA, the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration, it recognizes a public administration faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in teaching, research and service to the wider community. Nominations must include a current curriculum vita of the nominee and a one-page statement on each of the following three criteria:
  • Research: The nominee should have publications in the public administration field that have made an impact on the field. The publications may include books, refereed journal articles, research notes, monographs or book chapters
  • Teaching: The nominee should have a demonstrated record of outstanding teaching. Teaching evaluations, awards and accomplishments of students may be submitted as evidence of teaching ability
  • Community and Public Service: Service and contribution to the public or nonprofit sector is an important factor in the award. Such activity may include service on boards and commissions, government service and service to professional organizations

Previous Winners
This award is not given every year.

2015        
Frank Thompson

2014    
Gregory B. Lewis  

2013    
Janet Denhardt
 
2012    
Robert Agranoff

2011    
Charles K. Coe
 
2010    
John Nalbandian
   
2009    
James H. Svara
 
2008    
John M. Bryson
   
2007      
Rosemary O'Leary  

2006      
Norma Riccucci
 
2005      
Kenneth J. Meir
 
2004      
Edward T. Jennings Jr.

2003      
Robert F. Durant
   
2002      
Laurence J. O'Toole Jr.
 
2001      
Robert Denhert
 
2000      
Marc Holzer

1999      
Barry Bozeman
 
1998      
Donald F. Kettl

1997      
H. George Fredikson
 
1996        
Patricia Ingraham
 
1995        
Hal Rainey

1994        
Irene Rubin
 
1993            
David Rosenbloom  
 
1992        
Francis Burke
 
1991        
James Perry  

1990        
Phillip J. Cooper