ROYCE HANSONCURRICULUM VITAEJuly 2014Current Position:Research Professor, George Washington Institute of Public Policy,The George Washington University 2010805 21st Street, N.W.Washington, DC [email protected] 994-9153Education:A.B. (economics) University of Central Oklahoma (formerly Central State College), 1953M.A. (government and public administration) The American University, 1957Ph.D. (government and public administration) The American University, 1963J.D. Washington College of Law, The American University, 1983Previous Positions:Chairman, Montgomery County Planning Board andChairman/Vice Chairman, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission(2006-2010)Research Professor, George Washington Institute of Public Policy, The GeorgeWashington University (2003-2006)Professor of Practice, Policy Sciences (2001-2002) and Interim DirectorCenter for Urban Environmental Research and Education; Visiting Professor (19981999; 2000-2003); Wilson H. Elkins Visiting Professor (1999-2000) University ofMaryland Baltimore CountyDean (1987-1996), School of Social Sciences and Professor of Political Economy(1987-1998) The University of Texas at DallasAssociate Dean and Professor of Public Affairs and PlanningHubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota (1983-1987)Senior Staff Officer and Project DirectorCommittee on National Urban Policy. National Research Council (1981-1983)Commissioner (1971-1981) and Chairman (1972-1981)Montgomery County Planning Board; Maryland-National Capital Park and PlanningCommission1

Professor and Director, New Communities Study Center (Reston, Virginia), College ofArchitecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1971-1972President Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies, 1966-1971; Associate Director,1965-1966 (part time)Visiting Professor of Urban Affairs, University of Maryland, 1971Professor (1967-1972); Associate Professor (1965-1967); Assistant Professor (19591965); Instructor (1957-59). School of Government and Public AdministrationThe American UniversityStaff Member, Municipal Manpower Commission, 1961Honors and Awards:Kai Medal, for contributions to planning and urban design, Potomac Valley Chapter,American Institute of Architects (2010)Benjamin Banneker Award, National Capital Area Chapter, American PlanningAssociation (2010)Top 40 Environmentalists of Montgomery County (2010)Frederick Gutheim Distinguished Leadership Award for a Professional Planner, NationalCapital Chapter of the American Planning Association (2007)American Specialist Award, USIS, Lecture tour on Professional Ethics and NewDevelopments in Public Administration, in Mexico, 1998Andrew Cecil Lecturer, University of Texas at Dallas, 1992Fellow, National Academy of Public Administration, 1985; Senior Fellow, 2006.Salzburg Seminar Faculty, 1987Distinguished Alumni Award, College of Public Affairs, American University, 1983Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Central Oklahoma, 1966Elizabeth Scull Award (first recipient) for Public Service, 1981Special Award for Contributions to Planning in the National Capital Area, NationalCapital Chapter, American Planning Association, 19812

Conservation Award, Potomac Valley Chapter, Trout Unlimited (for preservation of PaintBranch watershed) 1980Outstanding Young Men of Maryland, 1966American Specialist Award, USIS, Lecture tour on the Urban Crisis, in Middle East andSouth Asia, 1970Teaching Experience:Courses taught at The American University (full responsibility unless indicated by *):Undergraduate:American Government: NationalAmerican Government: State and LocalPolitical BehaviorWashington SemesterSeminar on New TownsGraduate:Political PartiesAmerican Political ThoughtScope and Method in Political ScienceFormulation of Public PolicyField Seminar in American GovernmentSeminar for Teachers of Political ScienceComparative Local GovernmentMetropolitan AnalysisUrban PoliticsUrban AdministrationGovernmental PlanningDoctoral Seminar in Urban AffairsCourses Taught At Virginia Tech:Seminar on Development of New CommunitiesCourses Taught At University of Minnesota (graduate only):Policy ProcessPublic ManagementIntergovernmental RelationsLaw and Public AffairsLaw and Urban AffairsSeminar on Legislative Decision MakingSeminar on Leadership and Professional Responsibility in Public AffairsCourses Taught At The University of Texas at Dallas:Undergraduate:3

Constitutional LawThe Courts and Equality (interdisciplinary course)Introduction to American Government: NationalPolitical Economy of Texas Government--honors courseGraduate:Public ManagementPublic Policy Institutions and Processes I & IIWorkshop: Governance of the Dallas-Fort Worth MetroplexProseminar in GovernanceDissertation Seminar in GovernanceLaw and Ethics for Public OfficialsLaw and Public PolicyProseminar in Policy Institutions and ProcessesCourses Taught In the Alliance for Medical Management Education (UTD School ofManagement & UTSouthwestern Medical Center)Strategic ManagementNational Health Policy and RegulationCourses Taught At the University of Maryland, Baltimore County:Graduate:Ethics and Public PolicyUrban Problems and Policy AnalysisLaw and the Policy ProcessIntergovernmental Relations and the Politics of FederalismResearch Seminar on Growth ManagementSeminar on Professional Leadership in Public AffairsCapstone Seminar in Policy SciencesSeminar on Best Practices in Environmental ManagementCourses Taught At The George Washington UniversityGraduate:Politics and Public PolicyCapstone Seminar in Public Policy and AdministrationUniversity Service (UTD):Chair, Committee on Promotion of L. Douglas Kiel to Professor, 1997-98Member, Doctoral Examination Committee in Theories of Political Economy, 1997-98Development of Center for U.S.-Mexico Affairs, 1995-96Organizer, UTD-University of Guanajuato "Governors Leadership Seminars" for cabinetof Gov. Vicente Fox and other officials in State of Guanajuato, Mexico, 1996-974

Special assignments: UT System Governmental Affairs Council, representing UTD;member, Regents Advisory Committee on Endowment Lands of UTD, 1995-96.Chair, University Committee on Information Resources, 1992-95Chair, Committee on Campus Facilities, 1994-95Chair, Search Committee for Dean of Engineering and Computer Science, 1995Chair, Search Committee for University Registrar and Director of Admissions, 1991Member, ad hoc committee of faculty and administrators to develop faculty grievanceprocedures, 1991-92; ad hoc committee of faculty and administrators to developuniversity procedures for program terminations in absence of fiscal crisis, 1989-91.Member, Andrew Cecil Lecture Series advisory committee, 1987-1996Member, Advisory Committee on Municipal Law, Southwestern Legal Foundation, 19881996Other Professional Experience:Consultancies:Center for Community Preservation and Planning, Newton County, Georgia, 2013Montgomery County Council (2006) pro bonoCity of Dallas Charter Review Commission (2003)Community Council of Greater Dallas (1992-93)--strategic planningCity of Dallas Citizens Charter Review Committee (1989) pro bonoMetropolitan Waste Control Commission (Minneapolis-St. Paul region, 1984-87)--boardstaff relationships and rolesUrban Institute, Urban Infrastructure Network (1983)Committee on National Urban Policy, NRC (1983-84)Tennessee Valley Authority (1979-80)U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (1977-78--Management of NewCommunity Development in the U.S. and U.S.S.R.; 1971--Management of Services inNew Communities; 1965--Metropolitan Councils of Government5

Metropolitan Fund, Detroit, MI (1971)--paired new townsU.S. Information Agency (1970)Twentieth Century Fund task force on the governance of new towns (1970)Municipal Manpower Commission (1961-62)Joint Committee on Washington Metropolitan Area Problems, U.S. Congress (1957)Related Experience:Editorial Advisory Board, Government and Policy, 2004-2006Editorial Board, Public Works Management & Policy, 1995-1998Editorial Board, Advances in Public Administration, Sage Publications, 1993-1995Faculty, Salzburg Seminar -- "Divided Cities" (1987)American Delegation to Soviet Union on management of new communities (1977)Expert Testimony on Various Subjects, 1964-1989 before U.S. Congressional and StateLegislative Committees in Maryland and Minnesota; Federal Court (Dist. Del.).Editorial Advisory Board, Columnist, Washingtonian Magazine, 1965-78American Specialist Award, USIA -- lecture tour of Middle East and South Asia (1970)American Specialist Award, USIA—lecture tour of Mexico (1998)Public and Professional Service:Chair, Advisory Committee, Montgomery Countryside Alliance, 2006Chair, Panel on Management of the U.S. Park Police, National Academy of PublicAdministration, 2004; 2001Member, Panel on Management of the Presidio Trust, National Academy of PublicAdministration, 2003Member, Board of Directors Nominating Committee, National Academy of PublicAdministration, 2000-20016

Member, Membership Committee, National Academy of Public Administration, 19992006Chair, Board of Trustees, Maryland Environmental Trust, 2001-2006; member, 20002006Member, Board of Directors, Community Ministry of Montgomery County, MD, 20002006Co-Chair, Advisory Committee on Legacy Open Space, Montgomery County, Md. 20002006Member, Standing Panel on Social Equity, National Academy of Public Administration,2000Vice Chair, Charter Review Commission, Montgomery County, Md., 1999-2002Chair, Panel on Management of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, National Academy ofPublic Administration, 1999Chair, Panel on National Parks Service Construction Management, National Academyof Public Administration, 1998; Chair, panel reviewing implementation of the report,2002.Member, National Academy of Public Administration project on local self-government inthe Republic of Georgia October (1996)Member, National Academy of Public Administration Advisory Board, GeorgianAmerican Institute of Public Administration, Republic of Georgia (1994-1997)Member, Board of Directors, Greater Dallas Planning Council (1994-1996); VicePresident for Programs, 1995Member, Core Group, Council of Leaders and Moderator of Council of LeadersMeetings, Greater Dallas Community of Churches (1994 )Chair, Advisory Committee on Infrastructure Project, National Academy of PublicAdministration (1993)Member, Expert Panel on Municipal and Regional Governance, National Academy ofPublic Administration Seminar for Estonian Municipal Association, 1993Member, (representing National Academy of Public Administration) American Panel onFederalism, Moscow, 19917

Member, Standing Panel on Federalism, National Academy of Public Administration(1990-)Advisory Committee on the Genome Project, Council of State Governments (19911992)Board of Directors, Dallas Alliance (1989-1992)Committee on Education, Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce (1989)Ad Hoc Committee on Budget Issues, City of Dallas (1988)Member, Steering Committee, Governor's STEP Program (Strive Toward Excellence inPerformance), Minnesota State Government (1985-1987)Executive Committee, National Association of Schools of Public Affairs andAdministration (1986-1989; Chairman, Committee on Standards, 1989)Member, Commissioner's Task Force on AIDS, Minnesota Department of Health, 19861987Member, Citizens Advisory Committee on Little Bennett Regional Park, MontgomeryCounty, MD, 1981-1983Trustee, R.P. Johnson Housing Foundation (nonprofit housing sponsor organization ofthe National Capital Presbytery) 1978-1983Member, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Land Use Committee,1971-1981Member, Rock Run Sewage Treatment Plant Task Force, 1979-1980Chairman, Steering Committee for Little Seneca Lake, 1978-1980Chairman, Advisory Committee on Agricultural Preservation in Montgomery County,1978Member, Governor's Commission on the Patuxent River Basin, 1977-1978Chairman, Advisory Committee on Zoning for Central Business Districts and TransitStation Areas, 1971-1972Member, Board of Trustees, United Planning Organization, 1967-1971 (Washingtonregional antipoverty agency)8

Co-founder (with Russell Train) and Vice Chairman, Potomac Basin Center, 1968-1971Vice President, D. C. Chapter, American Society for Public Administration, 1970Member, Committee to Review the General Plan, 1967Member, Montgomery County Charter Revision Commission, 1967-1968;Chairman, Committee on StyleDelegate, Maryland State Constitutional Convention, 1967-1968Member, Board of Governors, Housing Development Corporation (low income housingsponsor in District of Columbia)Co-Founder and Secretary-Treasurer, National Committee for Fair Representation,1965-1966Founder, Executive Vice President; President, Maryland Committee for FairRepresentation, 1959-1966Member, Board of Governors, Montgomery County Citizens Planning Association,1960-1964Political Activity:Democratic Party Chair, Precinct 9-17, Montgomery County, MD, 1998-2002County Chairman, Carter-Mondale campaign, 1976County Chairman, Tydings for U.S. Senate, 1976Delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1976 and 1964Democratic Nominee for Congress (MD) 1966 and 1964Manager, Shearin for Judge Committee, 1962Secretary-Treasurer, Oklahoma Young Democrats, 1952-53; College Secretary, 19511952Major Publications:"Courts in the Thicket: The Problems of Judicial Standards in Apportionment Cases," 12American University Law Review 51 (1963)9

The Politics of Metropolitan Cooperation: Metropolitan Washington Council ofGovernments. Washington: Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies, 1964.Fair Representation Comes to Maryland. McGraw Hill, 1964.Metropolitan Councils of Government. U.S. Advisory Commission on IntergovernmentalRelations, 1966.The Political Thicket: Reapportionment and Constitutional Democracy. Prentice Hall,1966.The Anatomy of the Federal Interest. Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies,1967."The Inner City and a New Urban Politics," with Harvey S. Perloff, in Joint EconomicCommittee, U. S. Congress, Urban America: Goals and Problems, 1967."Congress Copes with Mass Transit," in Frederick Cleveland, ed., Congress and UrbanProblems. Brookings, 1969."Toward a New Urban Democracy: Metropolitan Consolidation and Decentralization," 58Georgetown Law Journal 863 (1970).Comprehensive Planning for Metropolitan Development, sr. author., Urban MassTransportation Administration, U.S. Dept. of Transportation, 1970.New Towns, Laboratories for Democracy. Twentieth Century Fund, 1971.Urban Growth Policy: A Counter Report (editor): The Bureaucrat, 1973."Land Development and Metropolitan Reform," in Lowdon Wingo, ed., Reform asReorganization. Johns Hopkins Press, 1974.Management Practices in U.S. New Communities (with Kenneth R. Abel). CommunityDevelopment Administration, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, 1977."New Towns: Utopian Prospects - Hard Realities," in Donald C. Klein, ed., Psychologyof the Planned Community: The New Town Experience. Human Sciences Press, 1978.Critical Issues for National Urban Policy (editor). National Academy Press, 1982.The Evolution of National Urban Policy 1970-1980: Lessons from the Past. NationalAcademy Press, 1982."The Effect of Tax and Expenditure Limitations on Regionalism," in Jerome Rose, ed.,Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University, 1982.10

National Policy and the Post Industrial City: An International Perspective. NationalAcademy Press, 1982."Amenity Infrastructure and Urban Economic Development" (with David Parham). TheUrban Institute, 1983.Rethinking Urban Policy: Urban Development in an Advanced Economy (editor).National Academy Press, 1983.Perspectives on Urban Infrastructure (editor). National Academy Press, 1984."The Supreme Court and the Federal System: The Constitutional Basis for UrbanPolicy," in Charles Warren, ed., Urban Policy in a Changing Federal System. NationalAcademy Press, 1985."U.S. Cities in Transformation," Futures, June, 1985.Urbanization and Development: The Policy Issues. National Association of Housing andRedevelopment Officials, 1986."Institutional Renewal in American Cities," Annals of the American Academy of Politicaland Social Sciences, November, 1986."Urban Development in an Advanced Economy," in Gary Gappert, ed., The Future ofWinter Cities. Sage, 1987.The Next Generation in the Management of Public Works: Getting Some of It Together.National Academy of Public Administration, 1987."Water Policy: The Next Fifty Years," in Robert Herman, ed. 1988. Cities and Their VitalSystems: Infrastructure Past, Present and Future. National Academy Press,Tribune of the People: The Minnesota Legislature and Its Leaders. University ofMinnesota Press, 1989."Rethinking Urban Water: Its Institutional Future," in Howard Rosen and Ann DurkinKeating, eds., Water and the City: The Next Century. Chicago: Public Works HistorySociety, 1991."National Urban Economic Development Policy." Journal of Urban Affairs 14:217-238(1993). With Harold Wolman, Lawrence Ledeber, Marie Howland, and Edward Hill.11

Reading Lips and Biting Sounds: The Ethics of Political Communications, in W. Lawson,Taitte, ed.,1993.The Morality of the Mass Media. Dallas, Texas: The University of Texasat DallasUrban Places and Spaces: Getting Serious about National Policy and Urban PhysicalSystems, in Harold Wolman and Elizabeth Agius, eds., National Urban Policy: Problemsand Prospects. Detroit, MI. Wayne State University Press,1996.Is Maryland Growing Smart? A Growth Indicators and Reporting System for MeasuringAchievement of the Goals of Maryland’s Smart Growth Policy. Maryland Institute forPolicy Research and analysis, UMBC. 20001. With Jason Freihage.“Wrestling Sprawl to the Ground: Defining and Measuring an Elusive Concept.” HousingPolicy Debate. 12(4). 681-709 (2001). With George Galster, Harold Wolman, JasonFreihage, and Stephen Coleman.Civic Culture and Urban Change: Governing Dallas. 2003. Detroit, MI: Wayne StateUniversity Press.Patterns and Processes of Sprawl: Phase II (2003). Final Report to U.S. GeologicalSurvey. With George Galster, Hal Wolman, and J. Cutsinger.The Fundamental Challenge in Measuring Sprawl: Which Land Should Be Considered?Professional Geographer 57(1): 94-105 (2005). With Hal Wolman, George Galster,Michael R. Ratcliffe, K. Furdell, and Andrea Sarzinski.“Testing the Conventional Wisdom about Land Use and Traffic Congestion: The MoreWe Sprawl, the Less We Move?” Urban Studies 43(3): 601-626 (2006). With AndreaSarzynski, Hal Wolman and George Galster.Active Living and Biking: Tracing the Evolution of a Biking System in Arlington County,Virginia. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 33(3):378-406 (2008). With GarryYoung.Finding a New Voice for Corporate Leaders in a Changed Urban World: The GreaterCleveland Partnership. A Case Study. The Brookings Institution Metropolitan PolicyProgram (2006). With Hal Wolman and David Connolly.Corporate Citizenship And Urban Governance In Baltimore: Implications OfRestructuring And Globalization Of The Economy. A Case Study. The BrookingsInstitution Metropolitan Policy Program (2006). With Donald F. Norris.Corporate Citizenship and Urban Problem Solving: The Changing Civic Role ofBusiness Leaders in American Cities. Journal of Urban Affairs 32(1):1-23 (2010). WithHarold Wolman, David Connolly, Katherine Pearson, and Robert McManmon.12

Rorschach Tests, Art Criticism, and the Jurisprudence of Gerrymandering. Wake ForestJournal of Law & Policy 2(2): 355-374 (2012).Works in Progress:Suburb: Planning Politics and the Public Interest in Montgomery County (book).Maryland’s Consistency with Comprehensive Plans Law: Does it Mean What It Says, orSay What it Means? (Law Review Article).Anything for a Vote: The Ethics of Campaign Rhetoric (book)Lectures, Papers, Presentations:Over the last 50 years I have delivered lectures, seminars, or papers at the followinginstitutions and organizations:U.S. Geological Survey Urban Dynamics Program;Resources for the Future;Andrew Cecil Lecture Series, University of Texas at Dallas;Southwestern Legal Foundation;Salzburg Seminar in American Studies;American Society for Public Administration;American Planning Association;Urban Land Institute;National Association of Home Builders;National League of Cities;National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials;National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges;American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education Course;Maryland Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Seminar;National Academy of Public Administration;National Academy of Sciences seminar;National Academy of Engineering seminar;American Academy of Political and Social Sciences;George Washington University;Catholic University;Howard University;Industrial College of the Armed Forces;University of California at Irvine;University of Illinois-Champaign-Urbana;University of Georgia;University of Pennsylvania;Harvard University; Pennsylvania State University;University of Maryland; University of North Carolina -Ashville;13

The Smithsonian Institution;The Greater Cleveland Foundation;The University of Akron;Wayne State University,Urban Affairs Association;Resources for the Future.Memberships:Senior Fellow, National Academy of Public Administration (elected 1985)Maryland State Bar Association 1983National Association for the Advancement of Colored PeoplePersonal Information:WidowerMarried Mary Byrd Gesler, Feb. 8, 1958.Three children:Dr. Royce Brooks Hanson, Derwood, MD;Dr. Mark Christopher Hanson, Covington, GA.;Dr. Juliette Hanson, Wooster, OH.Veteran, U.S. Army, 1953-55.Home address:18932 North Meadow Fence RoadMontgomery Village, MD 20886PHONE (301) 330-9208email: [email protected]

University Service (UTD): Chair, Committee on Promotion of L. Douglas Kiel to Professor, 1997-98 Member, Doctoral Examination Committee in Theories of Political Economy, 1997-98 Development of Center for U.S.-Mexico Affairs, 1995-96 Organizer, UTD-University