Senior thesis of michelle obama

Jesse completed his PhD in geography at Arizona State University (ASU). His dissertation focused on the misalignments between governance boundaries and natural resources systems (., social-ecological mismatch). The specific case focused on salmon and shellfish habitat restoration in Puget Sound, USA. During his . (Concordia University, Geography) and . (McGill University, School of Environment), Jesse worked with the Wemindji Cree Canadian First Nations community in sub-arctic James Bay on topics of adaptation to environmental change and protected area co-management. He has also worked for New York State’s Hudson River Estuary Program, giving him professional experience in “the real world.” He strives to do research that links theory and practice, focusing on the challenges of coordinating and implementing regional level programs through multi-level governance arrangements. While focused on large scale dynamics, he links his research to local community issues because that is where people live and experience the world.

Michelle holds a Bachelor of Cognitive Science degree, Graduate Diploma in E-Commerce and a MBA from the University of Hong Kong. She was also a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (2006 – 2007) and an Advisory Member of Internationally Accepted Marketing Standards™ Board of The International Institute of Marketing Professionals (2009 – 2011). Apart from her role in HKT, Michelle is also a part-time lecturer at the University of Hong Kong - School of Professional and Continuous Education, specialized in branding and marketing.

Michelle left corporate law in 1991 to pursue a career in public service, enabling her to fulfill a personal passion and create networking opportunities that would benefit her husband’s future political career. Initially an assistant to Chicago mayor Richard Daley , she soon became the city’s assistant commissioner of planning and development. In 1993, she was named executive director for the Chicago branch of Public Allies, a leadership-training program for young adults. Moving on to the University of Chicago as associate dean of student services, she developed the school’s first community-service program.

Professor Fleming joined the University of Southampton as Professor of Criminology in 2012 where she is also the Director of the Institute of Criminal Justice Research. Previously she was the Director of the Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies (TILES) at the University of Tasmania. Professor Fleming’s expertise lies in collaborative research with police. As Lead researcher for the University of Southampton she was part of the University Consortium in partnership with the College of Policing, UK, supporting a programme for the What Works Centre for Crime Reduction . Her latest publications include: Can Experience be Evidence? Craft Knowledge and Evidence-Based Policing, Policy and Politics , 2017. Published Online Fast Track and ‘We would if we could but don’t know if we can’ – Evidence Based Policing in the UK, Policing , 11 (2): 202-213, 2017.

Senior thesis of michelle obama

senior thesis of michelle obama

Professor Fleming joined the University of Southampton as Professor of Criminology in 2012 where she is also the Director of the Institute of Criminal Justice Research. Previously she was the Director of the Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies (TILES) at the University of Tasmania. Professor Fleming’s expertise lies in collaborative research with police. As Lead researcher for the University of Southampton she was part of the University Consortium in partnership with the College of Policing, UK, supporting a programme for the What Works Centre for Crime Reduction . Her latest publications include: Can Experience be Evidence? Craft Knowledge and Evidence-Based Policing, Policy and Politics , 2017. Published Online Fast Track and ‘We would if we could but don’t know if we can’ – Evidence Based Policing in the UK, Policing , 11 (2): 202-213, 2017.

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