Donald Klingner

Dr. Donald Klingner Portrait

Donald Klingner

Ph.D., Distinguished Professor
School of Public Affairs

ACAD 313
1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Office Hours :
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Biographical Information

Dr. Donald Klingner is a Distinguished Professor in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. He is an elected Fellow (2007) of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA), was President (2008-2009) of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) and received a PhD honoris causa from IAPAS in Mexico (2017). He is co-author of Public Personnel Management (7th edition 2017), also published in Spanish and Chinese; and co-editor of two books with Roberto Moreno Espinosa on the drug trafficking crisis with Mexico (English 2014, Spanish 2015). He has been a Fulbright Senior Scholar (Central America 1994), a visiting professor at UNAM, Mexico (1999 – 2003), and a consultant to the United Nations, the World Bank and the Interamerican Development Bank on public management capacity building. He was a faculty member at IUPUI (1974 –1980) and Florida International University (1980 – 2001). Prior to earning a PhD in Public Administration from the University of Southern California in 1974, he worked for the US government’s central personnel agency (US Civil Service Commission, 1968 – 1973).

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El Dr. Donald Klingner es Profesor Distinguido en la School of Public Affairs at the University Colorado Colorado Springs. Fue presidente (2008-2009) de la Sociedad Americana para la Administración Pública (ASPA);es integrante elegido (2007) de la Academia Nacional de Administración Pública estadounidense (NAPA), y recipiente del PhD honoris causa del IAPAS en México (2017). Es co-autor de Public Personnel Management (7a edición 2017), publicado también en español y en china. Con Roberto Moreno Espinosa, es coordinador de dos libros (ingles 2014 y español 2015) sobre La ‘Perfecta Tormenta’ del Narcotráfico en la Zona Fronteriza de México y Estados Unidos: Una no Reconocida Oportunidad para Fortalecer la Capacidad de la Gobernanza. Fue Becario Fulbright en América Central (1994), Profesor Visitante en la UNAM, México (veranos 1998-2003), consultor con la Organización de Naciones Unidas, el Banco Mundial y el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo. Él era catedrático en la Universidad de Indiana (IUPUI, 1974-1980) y la Universidad Internacional de la Florida (FIU, 1980-2001). Él trabajé para la Dirección General de Servicio Civil Estadounidense (US Civil Service Commission, 1968-1973) antes de recibir su título de doctorado (PhD) en Administración Pública de la University of Southern California (1974).

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Areas of Interest

  • Public personnel management (human resource management)
  • Public management
  • Latin American public HRM and public management
  • International public management capacity building and technology transfer

Curriculum Vitae