Institutional Membership Benefits


APPAM offers its institutional members benefits that currently include:

  • Access to the APPAM Member Directory.
  • The ability to nominate persons for the APPAM Ph.D. Dissertation Award and recognition in various APPAM publications.
  • Discounts for advertising in APPAM conference programs.
  • Participation on the APPAM Committee of Institutional Representatives.
  • The opportunity to host APPAM Institutional Member Forums and to host International Conferences.
  • Access to APPAM’s Institutional Representatives E-List community to connect with colleagues and exchange information.
  • Complimentary memberships for your students and junior-level colleagues.  

Please note that institutional membership does not include individual membership benefits for persons employed at an APPAM institutional member. In order to enjoy individual membership benefits, a person must arrange for payment of individual membership dues.

Annual Membership Dues:

  • Institutional Membership = $2,000.00
  • Institutional membership dues are payable in January of each year

Download the institutional membership application.

Please contact Meghan Grenda to pay dues.

Current List of Institutional Members and Representatives 

Abt Associates, Inc., Beth Boulay 
AcademyHealth, Michael Gluck 
American Institutes for Research, Larry Friedman
American University, Alison Jacknowitz
Arizona State University, Wyetta M. Lane
Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, David Birdsell
Brandeis University, Michael Doonan
Brookings Institution, Gary Burtless
Brown University, Eric Patashnik
Carnegie Mellon University, Wilpen Gorr
Claremont Graduate University, Heather Campbell
Cleveland State University, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Roland Anglin
College of William and Mary, Elaine McBeth
Columbia University, Irwin Garfinkel
Cornell University- Institute for Public Affairs, Sharon Tennyson
Cornell University-PAM, Michael Lovenheim
Duke University, Sanford School of Public Policy, Fritz Mayer
George Mason University, Robert Dudley
George Washington University, Kathryn Newcomer
Georgetown University, Edward Montgomery
Georgia Institute of Technology, Kaye Husbands Fealing
Georgia State University, Ross Rubenstein
Harvard University, Peter Zimmerman
IMPAQ International, James Moore
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Lilliard Richardson
Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Maureen A. Pirog
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Leigh Graham
Johns Hopkins University, Keshia Pollack 
La Follette School of Public Affairs - University of Wisconsin - Madison, Susan Yackee
Maastricht Graduate School of Governance / UNU-MERIT, Mindel van de Laar
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ezra Glenn Haber
Mathematica Policy Research, Jill M. Constantine
McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, John Kirlin
MDRC, John Martinez
National University of Singapore - Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Kishore Mahbubani
Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Public Policy, Riccardo Pelizzo
New York University, Sherry Glied
Northeastern University, Matthias Ruth
Northwestern University IPR, David Figlio
Northwestern University SESP, Diane Schanzenbach
Optimal Solutions Group, LLC, Mark Turner
Pardee RAND Graduate School, Rachel Swanger
Pepperdine University, Michael Shires
Princeton University, Karen McGuinness
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center at University of New Mexico, Gabriel Sanchez
Rutgers University - Camden, Lori Minnite
Rutgers University - New Brunswick, Andrea Hetling
Rutgers University - Newark, Gregg VanRyzin
Texas A&M University, Jeryl L. Mumpower
The Maxwell School at Syracuse University, Robert Bifulco
The New School, Michelle DePass
The Ohio State University, Trevor Brown
The University of Georgia, Bradley E. Wright
The Urban Institute, H. Elizabeth Peters
The Vlocker Alliance, Tom Ross 
University at Albany, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy, Shawn Bushway
University of Arizona, H. Brinton Milward
University of California - Los Angeles, Gary Segura
University of California, Berkeley, Henry Brady
University of California, Riverside, Anil Deolalikar
University of California, San Diego, David Victor
University of Central Florida, Robyne Stevenson
University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, Margaret Harper 
University of Colorado Denver, Paul Teske
University of Delaware, Andrea Sarzynski
University of Denver, Richard Caldwell
University of Houston, Hobby School of Public Affairs, Jim Granato
University of Illinois, Christopher Mooney
University of Kentucky, Merl Hackbart
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Marvin Mandell
University of Maryland, College Park, Philip Joyce
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Charles Schweik
University of Massachusetts at Boston, Christine Brenner
University of Michigan, Susan Collins
University of Minnesota, The Humphrey School, Samuel Myers, Jr.
University of Missouri-Columbia, Barton Wechsler
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Daniel Gitterman
University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Martha E. Kropf
University of Oklahoma, Aimee Franklin
University of Oregon, Grant Jacobsen
University of Pennsylvania, School of Social Policy & Practice, Jennifer Prah Ruger
University of Pennsylvania-Fels Institute of Government, John MacDonald
University of Pennsylvania-Graduate School of Education, Rebecca Maynard
University of Pennsylvania-Wharton School, Janet Rothenberg-Pack
University of Pittsburgh, William Dunn
University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy, Juliet Musso
University of Texas at Austin, Peter Ward
University of Texas at Dallas, Jennifer Holmes
University of Virginia, Allan Stam
University of Washington, Mark Long
Vanderbilt University's Peabody College, Gary Henry
Victoria University of Wellington, Claudia Scott
Virginia Commonwealth University, Sarah Jane Brubaker
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Kris Wernstedt
Volcker Alliance, Thomas Ross
W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, Kevin M. Hollenbeck
Westat, Patricia Troppe

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