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Dolores

Associate Professor – Department Chair

Ph.D., Public Administration, University of Southern California, 1989

Research Interests:

Research and consulting areas focus on community planning, citizen participation, homeless issues and governance of non-profit and community organizations.

Affiliations

Matsunaga Institute for Peace & Conflict Resolution (PACE)

Public Policy Center (PPC)

  • Non-Comp FacultyAffiliate Faculty – Urban and Regional Planning
  • Office: Saunders 107D
  • Phone: 956-2780

Social Science Research Institute (SSRI)

Background:
Masters of Public Administration, California State University, 1981; B.A. Foreign Service and International Politics, Pennsylvania State University,1967

Personal Interests:
Promoting citizen deliberation of public policy issue increasing the connections between communities and the university.

Instruction:
PLAN 610: Community Planning and Social Policy, PLAN 615: Housing Policy, PLAN 661: Multi Sector Collaboration, PLAN 740: Topics (Homeless, Facilitating Organizational and Community Change)

eSyllabi

PLAN 661 (Spring 2011) : Multisector Collaboration – Download

PLAN 495 (Spring 2009) : Land and Housing Issues – Download

PLAN 615 (Spring 2009) : Housing Policy – Download

PLAN 610 (Fall 2008) : Social Policy and Community Planning – Download

PLAN 740 (Spring 2008) : Facilitating Community and Organizational Change – Download
Cross Listed: PACE 668

PLAN 610 (Fall 2007) : Social Policy and Community Planning – Download

PLAN 661 (Fall 2007) : Multi Sector Collaboration – Download

PLAN 741 (Spring 2007) : Homelessness in Hawaii – Download

Research Projects

Capacity Building For Community Resilience: Sustainable Ecosystem And Disaster Resilience At The Village Level, American Samoa (2010 -)
Type: Research

Kauhale: Wai‘anae’s Youth Education & Entrepreneurial Initiative Evaluation (2009 -)
Type: Education and Training

EOA Contract: Kupuna Care Future Vision (2008 -): Develop a report for preferred future vision for Kupuna Care.
Type: Non-research

EOA Contract: Kupuna Care Funding Allocation Plan (2008 -): Facilitate a process for developing a proposed state Kupuna Care funding allocation plan.
Type: Non-research

EOA Contract: Kupuna Care Funding Allocation Plan (2008 -): Facilitate a process for developing a proposed state Kupuna Care funding allocation plan.
Type: Non-research

Award

Hung Wo and Elizabeth Lau Ching Award (2000): Faculty Service to the Community

 

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