Ph.D., Public Administration (2005), The Florida State University
Master of Public Administration (1999), The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology (1996), The University of Alabama
Dr. Mauldin joined the Political Science, Public Administration and Nonprofit Management faculty in Fall 2008. His research interests include state and local financial management, community economic development, and public management.
Prior to joining the UTC faculty, Dr. Mauldin served as the director of the Office of Research and Evaluation within the Florida Department of Education’s Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement. In this capacity, he conducted research in the areas of education accountability including school grades and educator misconduct.
Before joining the Florida Department of Education, Dr. Mauldin was a Senior Legislative Analyst with the Florida Legislature’s Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA). At, OPPAGA he primarily conducted evaluations of state economic development initiatives. Such initiatives included the Florida Enterprise Zone Program and the Florida Black Business Investment Board/Black Business Investment Corporations Capitalization Program. In this capacity, he had the opportunity to work closely with the Governor’s Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development and Enterprise Florida, Inc. which was Florida’s economic development public-private partnership.
- Introduction to Public Administration
- Public Management
- Public Policy
- Urban Policy
- Budgeting and Financial Management
- Applied Financial Management (Graduate)
- Economic Development (Graduate)
- Community Building (Graduate)
- Information Management in the Public Sector (Graduate)