Sandra Archibald, Dean, Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington

Tuesday, March 27, 2007 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Sandra Archibald
Dean, Evans School of Public Affairs
University of Washington
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*Professor Sandra O. Archibald* was most recently the Associate Dean at
the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. She has also served as
Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Development at the University of
Minnesota. Sandra was a faculty member of the Humphrey Institute and
Adjunct Professor in applied economics and a member of the graduate
faculty in water resource sciences. Archibald formerly held a faculty
appointment at Stanford University. She holds a doctorate in
agricultural and resource economics from the University of California,
Davis and a master’s degree in public policy from the University of
California at Berkeley.

Archibald’s research interests concern a wide area focusing on the
intersection of economics, institutions and public policy. She has won
several teaching and research awards and has been the recipient of
numerous research grants. She has taught economics for policy analysis,
environmental and natural resource policy, and advanced policy analysis.

She is extensively involved in public service and research designed to
support sound public policy and management decisions. Professor
Archibald has made significant contributions to policy making and civic
engagement in the United States and abroad. She was Director of Economic
Analysis for Rockefeller’s Commission on Critical Choices for Americans,
served in the Office of Research and Development in the Environmental
Protection Agency and has worked extensively in Central and Eastern
Europe designing environmental curriculum and academic programs for
higher education.