Kevin P. Kearns Page 1 KEVIN P. KEARNS Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs Home Address 1787 Theodan Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15216 Telephone: (412) 344-2316 Mobile: (412) 860-0143 Fax: (412) 648-2605 [email protected] Office Address 3204 Posvar Hall University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 15260 Telephone: (412) 648-7621 EDUCATION B.S. Urban Studies, University of Dayton, 1977 (Magna Cum Laude) Master of Public Administration, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh, 1980 (University Scholar) Ph.D., Public and International Affairs, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh, 1984 (with Distinction) ACADEMIC POSITIONS 1987 – present Associate then Full Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. 1983 – 1986 University. Instructor, Heinz College (then the School of Urban and Public Affairs), Carnegie Mellon ADMINISTRATION AND LEADERSHIP POSITIONS 2003 – 2020 Founding Director, Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership, University of Pittsburgh. Provided leadership of this project from its inception as a small lecture series in 1996 to its present stature as a University Institute. During this time, over $4 million was raised from multiple sources to support its activities. 2017 – 2020 Founding Director of the Hesselbein Leadership Forum, a venue for speakers, leadership development, leaders-in-residence, and publication of Leader to Leader (Wiley). 2009 – 2012 Director, Doctoral Studies Program, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. Kevin P. Kearns Page 2 1998-2000 Director, Division of Public and Urban Affairs (MPA Degree), Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. 1995- 1997 Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. 1996 Interim Director, Institute of Politics, University of Pittsburgh. 1988-1991 Special Assistant to the President (now Chancellor), University of Pittsburgh. 1987-88 Assistant Dean for Strategic Planning and External Programs, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. 1984-87 Assistant Director then Director of Executive Programs, Heinz College (then the School of Urban and Public Affairs), Carnegie Mellon University. COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP 2000-2003 President, The Forbes Funds, a supporting organization of The Pittsburgh Foundation. (on leave from the University of Pittsburgh). TEACHING I have taught a wide variety of courses in public administration and nonprofit leadership and governance including strategic management, nonprofit management, social entrepreneurship, public administration, organization theory, negotiation, and others. Many years ago, I designed and have since played a lead role in GSPIA’s curriculum in nonprofit organizations. I have taught successfully on-line and distance courses, both synchronous and asynchronous, primarily in our mid-career master’s program. I have designed and annually teach the “Nonprofit Clinic” as a capstone course. I have won the following teaching awards:       2021 Leslie A. Whittington Award for Excellent in Teaching, The national teaching award given by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA) 2005 Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Teaching, University of Pittsburgh (selected by peers in a university-wide competitive process) Donald Goldstein Teaching Award, GSPIA (7 times selected by students, most recently in 2019) Dean’s Commendation for Teaching, GSPIA (16 times based on teaching evaluations) Dean’s Commendation for Teaching, Carnegie Mellon University Dean’s Commendation for Teaching, University of Pittsburgh, College of General Studies Kevin P. Kearns Page 3 BOOKS Kevin Kearns and Wen-Jiun Wang, eds. (2022-23 forthcoming) The Encyclopedia of Nonprofit Management, Leadership, and Governance, under contract with Edward Edgar, UK (publication likely in Fall 2022 or Winter 2023) Kevin P. Kearns (2000). Private Sector Strategies for Social Sector Success, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Inc. This book received the 2001 Terry McAdam Best Book Award from the Alliance for Nonprofit Management. (This book has been translated into Chinese and published in Taiwan by the Himalaya Foundation) Kevin P. Kearns (1996). Managing for Accountability: Preserving the Public Trust in Pub

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