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DegreesHarvard University, Ph.D.
ExpertiseAmerican Politics. Politics of Public Policy
ProfileProfessor of Politics, with ten books on public policy, national policy-making, and pluralism, including "Making Government Work: How Entrepreneurial Executives Turn Bright Ideas into Real Results", "After the Cure: Managing AIDS and Other Public Health Crises", "Building Coalitions, Making Policy: The Politics of the Clinton, Bush, and Obama Presidencies", and "Little Cheese: The Brie that Brought Sunshine to Chicago",
|POL||103b||Seminar: Political Leadership|
|POL||120b||The Politics of Policymaking|
|POL||121b||Partisanship and Policymaking: the Clinton, Bush,and Obama Presidencies|
|POL||122b||Making Government Work: AIDS policy, Obamacare, and Ebola|
|POL||194a||Politics and the Novel|
|POL||195b||Shakespeare and the Politics of Leadership|
Awards and Honors
President, Policy Studies Organization (1997 - 1998)
President, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (1990)
Vice President, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (1988)
Director, Gordon Public Policy Center (1984 - 1998)
Ford Foundation grant (1976)
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration Pilot Grant (1971 - 1972)
Toppan Prize for doctoral dissertation (1970)
Social Science Research Council Training Fellowship (1965 - 1966)
Levin, Martin A. "Zika, Ebola, and AIDS: A Comparative Analysis," a book proposal on the second edition, now from international perspective of Levin and Sanger's After The Cure: Managing AIDS & Other Public Health Crises, published in 2003. 2016. (forthcoming)
Levin, Martin A. Your Father was No Cowboy (forthcoming children's book). Cambridge: 2016. (forthcoming)
Levin, Martin A. ""In Death's Mouth: Six Months in the Institutional and Philosophical World of Our Healthcare System"." Cambridge Writing Group, Cambridge, MA. 2016.
Levin, Martin A. A two part exhibit, curated by Ingrid Schorr, Acting Director of the Office of the Arts, for the new student faculty art space in Brandeis' Lower Usdan Building. December 2015 and February 2016. Lower Usdan Building at Brandeis, Waltham, MA.