Stephen B. Page joined the Evans School faculty in 1999. His research and teaching interests include leadership, management, collaboration, and strategy.
Page's publications explore these issues in the areas of community development, education, health and human services, housing, and transportation. He consults regularly to local governments and nonprofit organizations, and previously worked as a research associate at the National Center for Children in Poverty at the Columbia University School of Public Health.
Page holds a Ph.D. and SM in Political Acience from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and a BA in Political Science from Williams College.
Areas of specialization
- PAEX 501: Foundations of Strategic Leadership
- PBAF 512: Managing Organizational Performance
- PBAF 567: Community Engagement in Urban Governance
- PBAF 608: Degree Project Seminar