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Pautz, Michelle

Michelle Catherine Pautz University of Dayton, USA

Michelle C. Pautz is professor of political science and assistant provost of the Common Academic Program at the University of Dayton. Her research has appeared in Administration & Society, Administrative Theory & Praxis, Journal of Political Science Education, Journal of Environmental Studies & Sciences, Journal of Public Affairs Education, Policy Studies Journal, PS: Political Science & Politics, Public Voices, and the Review of Policy Research, among others. She is the author of Civil Servants on the Silver Screen: Hollywood’s Depiction of Government and Bureaucrats; coauthor of The Lilliputians of Environmental Regulation: The Perspective of State Regulators and U.S. Environmental Policy in Action: Practice & Implementation (now in its second edition), both with Sara Rinfret; and coeditor of Administering the U.S. Food System:  Revisiting Food Policy and Politics. She is the recipient of the University of Dayton’s Alumni Award for Faculty Teaching in 2016. She holds a PhD in public administration and an MPA from Virginia Tech. She earned a BA in economics, political science, and public administration from Elon University.