Howard University . Washington, DC




Michael Frazier
Faculty Biography - Michael Frazier
As of April 6, 2009
Ph.D., University of Maryland (Public Administration and International relations)
MA, University of Maryland (American Government)
MCP, University of Cincinnati (Community Planning)
MA, University of Cincinnati (Communication Arts)
BA
, Virginia State University (History/Political Science)

Dr. Frazier has over 27 years of professional public administration and public services experiences and accomplishments in higher education, 10 federal agencies, local government, volunteer groups and military organizations. He is an author and has taught and lectured in the USA, Dominican Republic, Canada, Sweden, Serbia, Montenegro, Latvia, Brazil, Japan and China.

Professional development studies: Herford College, Oxford University, Foundation for Defense of Democracies in Tel Aviv, Israel, University, Jiangxi University of Finance and Economic, Nanchang, China, CIEFF International Faculty Development Seminar in Sao Paulo, Salvador and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Harvard University Executive Seminar, Foreign Affairs Institute, U.S. Department of State, and the National Defense University.

Professional/occupational experiences include his current position as an Associate Professor and Director of Master of Arts in Public Administration (MAPA), former Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Science, Howard University, Washington, D.C., where he successfully directed 16 dissertations and scores of master thesis and Issue Papers for graduate students, 1991 - 2009; (2009) Consultant, Texas Southern University; Visiting Scholar/Foreign Affairs Officer, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, 2001-2002; Visiting Professor, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National Defense University, Washington, DC, 1998-2000; President and Chief Executive Officer, Michael Frazier, Ph.D., M.C.P.

Economic Diversified Services, Inc., Washington, DC, 1979-1984; Consultant, Office of Evaluation and Research, U.S. Agency for International Development, 1984-1985. Special Assistant, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Community Planning; and Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, DC, 1977 and 1980; Management Analyst, City of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1974-1976; HBCU Faculty Fellow, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Equal Opportunity), Pentagon, Washington, DC, (Part-time), 1996-1998; HBCU Faculty Fellow, Headquarters Directorate of Civilian Personnel, U.S. Air Force, Pentagon, U.S. Air Force, (Part-time), 1990-1995; and Assistant Professor, Department of Afro American Studies, Howard University, Washington, DC, 1989-1990.

Publications: (In Press) Contending Views on International Security; (In Press) Public Administration in Developing Societies; (In Press) "Representative Bureaucracy: The Politics of Access to Access to Policy-Making Positions in the Federal Executive Service"; (2008) Government & Politics Journal, 7th ed.; (2005) "Faith, Justice and Reconciliation,"; (2002) The Northern European Initiative - An Assessment"; (2002) Government & Politics Journal, 6th ed.; (1996) " Ideology and Language in the 1996 U.S. Presidential Election"; (1995) "Race, Multiculturalism, and Education"; (1993) The National Guard: Defending the Nation and the States, co-author Norman Beckman; Michael Frazier, (1992) Implementing State Government Export Programs; (1995) "The District's Fiscal Crisis Is At Root, A Structural/Political One", with Joseph McCormick, II; (1995) "African American/Japanese Relationships"; (1994) "Keeping Them Rolling: African American Participation in the Red Ball Express; (1992) "Office of the Secretary of Defense/Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Faculty Fellowship Program: A Commemorative Issue, 1987-1991".

Multimedia Experiences include: 92007) Guest: "Min [from] Washington: Live broadcast current affairs talk show broadcast to over 42 million viewers around the world via satellite, Al-Jazeera; (2005) Guest: TVO Toronto, Canada (02/14/05) Topic: Race Relations in the United States of America; (1999) Guest: White House Chronicle, Washington, DC; (1997) Producer: The Quest For Social Justice, Narrated by Ail Freeman, Jr.; Guest: The Evening Drum, WHUR Radio, 93.6 FM, Howard: University Topic: 1994 D.C. Mayoral Election; 1993 Guest: Common Ground, CBS TV, Chicago, Illinois - Topic: Senator Carol Mosely Braun, "Carol's Report Card", 7/11/93; 1992 Guest: Let's Talk Sports, News 8, Channel TV; 1992 Guest: Channel 8 TV, Evening News Topic: D.C. Politics Ward 8 Elections and Guest: Evening Exchange, WHMM TV, Channel 32, Howard University.

Interests: Special Interest: International Affairs; Electoral Politics. Hobbies: Golf, Tennis, Racket ball, Swimming, Basketball, Reading, and Roller Skating.

Military Service: Honorable Discharge, U.S. Air Force, 1972 as a Sergeant during the Vietnam era conflict. Service assignments included Pope Air Force Base, NC and Torrejon Air Base, Spain.

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