Charles L. Sampson
PhD from University of Pittsburgh
Human resource management
Local government management
Dr. Sampson’s research interests are in the area of human resource development and management, and in urban management. He wrote Values, Bureaucracy and Public Policy (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1983), and has published articles in the Public Administration Review and the Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Sampson is on the editorial board of the American Review of Public Administration, and served on the editorial board of the Public Administration Review from 1986 to 1989. He has served on the Executive Council of the National Council of the American Society of Public Administration, and has filled a number of leadership roles in the Conference of Minority Public Administrators. Sampson served as Associate Dean and Interim Dean of the Graduate School from 1988 – 2000.
“There is a continuing demand for skilled and knowledgeable public sector-oriented generalists to administer and manage the peoples’ business. The Truman School of Public Affairs encourages the professional development of tomorrow’s public managers. The faculty recognize that public service is a noble calling that requires particular skills and value orientations, and takes seriously its responsibility in this regard.”
-Charles L. Sampson