Political Science and Public Administration

Qun Wang

Dr. Qun Wang

Visiting Assistant Professor

Qun Wang joined the Department of Political Science and Public Administration in Fall 2020. He received his PhD in Public Policy and Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University Bloomington. He was selected as an Emerging Scholar and a finalist of the Gabriel G. Rudney Memorial Award for an Outstanding Dissertation by the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action in 2020. Supported by various fellowships and grants, he has published articles in journals such as Nonprofit Policy Forum, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, and China Public Administration Review.

Dr. Wang’s research interests are nonprofit management, cross-sector collaboration, social innovation and impact, public policy, and comparative politics focusing on China. His current research examines how different leadership roles affect nonprofit organizations’ financial performance under authoritarianism. His professional experiences include managing nonprofit and for-profit organizations and providing consultation to organizations across sectors.

Curriculum Vitae

Publications List via Google Scholar

Education

  • PhD in Public Policy, Indiana University Bloomington
  • Master of Public Affairs, Indiana University Bloomington
  • Bachelor of Law, North China Electric Power University (Beijing)

Research Interests

  • Nonprofit Management
  • Cross-Sector Collaboration
  • Social Innovation and Impact
  • Public Policy Analysis
  • Comparative Politics and Public Administration

Courses

  • PSC 1200: American National Government
  • PSC 2300: Principles of State and Local Government
  • PSC 4440/5440: Budgeting and Financial Administration
  • PSC 4480/5480: Introduction to Nonprofits
  • PSC 6940: Professional Experience

Contact Information

Email: Qun.Wang@UToledo.edu

Office Phone: 419.530.4510

Last Updated: 6/23/21