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

The Governor William A. O'Neill Endowed Chair in Public Policy and Practical Politics was established in 2000 by Connecticut's Board of Governors for Higher Education and the Connecticut State University Board of Trustees to honor the late Governor William A. O'Neill, who served from 1980 to 1991. 

The O'Neill Endowed Chair seeks to promote an understanding of the history, structure, people and policies of our State's government for both students and the larger community.  The Chair's programs include active archival and oral history projects and collaborations with CCSU's Political Science department, History department, University Library, Media Services department and the United States Library of Congress.

The O'Neill Endowed Chair links CPPSR to students and faculty through a wide range of academic and applied research programs.  The Chair Holder is a public figure recognized for an outstanding contribution to the understanding and shaping of public affairs in Connecticut. 

The duties of the Chair Holder include classroom instruction, developing and coordinating campus-wide symposia on critical public policy issues and collaborating in University outreach and community engagement.

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