Dr. Daniel Scheller
Ph.D., Political Science, Florida State University, 2010
Dr. Scheller's research interests include public policy and urban politics, with a focus on neighborhood governance, community associations, and the mobilization of local organizations. Currently, Dr. Scheller is currently researching the effects of population density and race on voter turnout and the role of neighborhood organizations in determining property values.
Publications and Awards
Dr. Scheller recently published "Learning from the States? Federalism and National Health Policy" in Public Administration Review. He is currently working on papers regarding city-county consolidation, the effects of neighborhood democracy on neighborhood cooperation, and issue turnout on ballot initiatives. He also has been an invited speaker at conferences of the Urban Affairs Association and Southern and Midwest Political Science Associations. Dr. Scheller has received grants and awards from the Urban Affairs Association and the National Science Foundation.
Dr. Scheller teaches Introduction to Public Administration, Seminar in Public Administration, and Government Organizations.