Featured in CDS Finest 2017 Profile Series on Sep 28, 2017
|Name:||Margaret Rose Stout|
|What I am working on:||I am currently launching a graduate certificate in Community Development Policy & Practice in the Department of Public Administration at WVU, which is offered in partnership with the School of Design and Community Development, which offers a PhD in Human and Community Development. These courses bring in-service, field-based practitioners together with on-campus and other online students in service-learning, applied research teams via synchronous virtual classroom technology platforms.|
Outstanding Community Development Educator Award, Community Development Society, 2017
Outstanding Public Service Award, West Virginia University, Eberly College of Arts & Sciences, 2015-2016
Stout, Margaret (Ed.). 2019 (in press). The Future of Progressivism: Applying Follettian Thinking to Contemporary Challenges. Anoka, MN: Process Century Press.
Stout, Margaret (Ed.). 2019. From Austerity to Abundance? Creative Approaches to Coordinating the Common Good, Volume 6 of Critical Perspectives on International Public Sector Management. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
Stout, Margaret and Love, Jeannine M. 2019. Integrative Governance: Generating Sustainable Responses to Global Crises. London: Routledge.
Stout, Margaret, & Love, Jeannine M. 2016. A Radically Democratic Response to Global Governance: Dystopian Utopias. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
Stout, Margaret and Jeannine M. Love. 2015. Integrative Process: Follettian Thinking from Ontology to Administration. Anoka, MN: Process Century Press.
Stout, Margaret. 2013. Logics of Legitimacy: Three Traditions of Public Administration Praxis. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis Group, CRC Press.
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Assistant/Associate Professor, West Virginia University 2009-present
Assistant Professor, Bridgewater State College 2007-2009
Doctor of Philosophy, Public Administration, Arizona State University 2007
Graduate Certificate, Nonprofit Leadership & Management, Arizona State University 2007
Fourth Sector Collaborations (consulting) 2001-2007
Executive Director, NewTowN CDC, Tempe, Arizona 1995-2001
Master of Science, Management, National College of Education 1988
Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Northern Arizona University 1982
Associate of Arts, Human Services, Kendall College 1980
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