Jeffrey C. CallenAssistant Professor of Public Administration, American Government, Urban and Metropolitan Studies
Fax: (208) 282-4833
Ph.D Arizona State University, Tempe, 2012
Dr. Callen grew up in the Greater Yellowstone Area and feels fortunate to have been able to return to the region after his graduate studies at Arizona State. Dr. Callen began teaching at Idaho State in 2012. His research and teaching is takes the approach that working with communities, history and traditions, and relationships to the land and each other we can build knowledge beneficial for economic and social progress. His scholarship includes considerations of technology and governance and also ethics. Dr. Callenís service work often includes working with local organizations such as Pocatello NeighborWorks, the City of Pocatello Planning, Old Town, Inc., and others in regards to social and economic community development. In his teaching, he leverages his service and research to incorporate community-centric projects around real problems that face Southeast Idaho.
Courses Taught or Co-Taught
- Public Administration Capstone
- Principles of Public Administration
- Classic Political Thought
- Democracy and Governance
- Program Assessment
- Public Service Ethics
- Urban Spaces
- Qualitative Research Methodology
- Political and Administrative Theory
- Introduction to American Government
- Introduction to Politics Critical Thinking and Analysis
- Callen, J., Catlaw, T., & Campbell, K. (2014). The Courage to Listen: Government, Truth-Telling, and Care of the Self. Administrative Theory & Praxis, 36(2), 197-219.
- Callen, J.C. (2012). Impossible Things: an Investigation of Madness as Resistance in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Administrative Theory and Praxis. 34(1) 120-124.
- Austin, E.K. & Callen, J.C. (2012). Resilience, Authenticity and Digital Governance. Public Administration Quarterly. (36)3 414-427.
- Callen, J.C. (2011). Fleeting Images from a PAT-Net Conference. Administrative Theory and Praxis, 33(2) 294-295.
- Bryer, T.A., Callen, J.C., Eikenberry, A.M., Garrett, T.G., Love, J.M., Miller, C.R., Stitch, B., & Wickstrom, C. (2010). Public Administration in the Obama Era. Administrative Theory and Praxis, 32(1) 118-122.
- Callen, J.C. (2009). A Moment of Opportunity. Administrative Theory and Praxis. 31(2) 261-265.
- Austin, E.K. & Callen, J.C. (2008). Reexamining the Role of Digital Technology in Public Administration: From Devastation to Disclosure. Administrative Theory and Praxis. 30(3) 324-341.
If you wish to learn more about Jeffrey Callen's work and vision check out his Curriculum Vita here.