management practices, program evaluation, public policy
Dr. Johnson's research centers on social justice/social equity issues within the fields of human resources management, leadership and public affairs. Specifically, Dr. Johnson endeavors to give "voice" to populations traditionally under-represented such as people of color, queers, women and immigrants. His first book (with Oldfield) is Resilience: Queer Professors from the Working Class (SUNY Press, 2008). Dr. Johnson's articles have appeared in the International Journal of Public Administration, The American Review of Public Administration and The Journal of Public Affairs Education. His current book project under review is A 21st Century Approach to teaching Social Justice: Educating for Both Advocacy and Action. Finally, Dr. Johnson holds a doctorate in Public Policy and Administration from Golden Gate University and masters degrees from Georgetown University and DePaul University. Dr. Johnson is Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society Vermont Chapter President.