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CPPSR Staff 


Executive Director:  Steven Kliger

Associate Director:  Eileen Hurst

O'Neill Endowed Chair Holder: William R. Dyson

Policy and Research Specialist: John Pasco

University Assistant Graphic and Web Designer:
Veronique Fournier-Wynne

University Assistant in Public Policy and Social Research: Madelyn Sowinski

Student Assistant in Public Policy and Social Research: Keith Pettway

Resources & Experts

Our team of available experts includes faculty members, student research assistants and an Advisory Committee of faculty and administrators from CCSU's Schools of Arts & Sciences, Business, Education & Professional Studies and Engineering and Technology.

In addition, CPPSR works collaboratively with these affiliated entities to maximize university resources: 

Confucius Institute

Governor William A. O'Neill Endowed Chair in Public Policy and Practical Politics  

Veteran History Project

Governor William A. O'Neill Archives

John J. Woodcock Lemon Law Archives



Featured Researchers


Marc B. Goldstein, Ph.D

Marc B. Goldstein is a Professor of Psychology at Central Connecticut State University. A graduate of Syracuse University (BA) and the University of Michigan (MA, Ph.D.), he has taught courses in both community and environmental psychology at the undergraduate and graduate level. In addition, he has served as a research and program evaluation consultant with a number of non-profit and state agencies through CPPSR.

Jim Malley, Ph.D.

Jim Malley is Associate Professor Emeritus in Counseling and Family Therapy at Central Connecticut State University.  He retired in 2006 as Chair of the Department of Counseling and Family Therapy and continues to teach on a part time basis.  Prior to accepting a full time faculty position with CCSU Jim worked as Chief of Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling for the Connecticut office of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for 27 years. He received his bachelor’s Degree with a psychology major from Fairfield University, a master’s degree in Counseling from Boston University and his doctorate in rehabilitation and counseling psychology from the University of Connecticut.               

For the past few years Dr. Malley's research has focused on the psychosocial rehabilitation needs of veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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