Tony Filipovitch – Teaching Experience

  • 2002—Professor & Chair, Urban & Regional Studies Institute (Minnesota State University Mankato, MN)
    • Courses include Community Leadership, Urban Spaces, Planning Process, Introduction to the City, Applied Quantitative Analysis, Growing Up in Cities.
    • Member, Nonprofit Leadership Program (courses include Intro to Nonprofit Sector, Nonprofit Leadership, Grants Administration, and Community Leadership) (awarded MnSCU 2005 Excellence in Curriculum Programming Award)
    • Member, Social Studies Program (courses include Introduction to Social Studies, and Public Achievement)
    • Member, Honors Program redesign group (2002-03) & Judicial Advisory Board (2004--)
    • Principal Investigator, HUD Community Development Work-Study fellowship program (2004--07)
    • Instructor, AICP Exam Preparation, Minnesota Chapter of American Planning Association (1997--)
  • 1997-- Dean, Graduate Studies & Research (Mankato State University, Mankato MN)
    • Supervise Offices of Graduate Studies, Grants & Sponsored Research, and Extended Campus
    • Provide leadership for establishing Center for Continuous Learning
  • 1978--97 Faculty Member, Urban & Regional Studies Institute (Mankato State University, Mankato MN)
    • Assistant Professor (1978), promoted to Associate (1980) and Full Professor (1983)
    • URSI Director (1994-1997)-- Associate Director (1980-1994)
    • Courses included urban theory, policy analysis and evaluation, planning process, neighborhood and community theory, nonprofit sector, economic development, organizational development, technical methods, computers in local government, children in the city, environmental psychology
    • Webmaster, URSI Homepage (1996-97)
    • Member, Classroom Learning Assessment Workshop (1996-97)
    • Co-Chair, Teaching on the Web Project, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences (1996-97)
    • Member, University Judicial Board (1995-97)
    • Member, Worlds of Thought Core Group (1994-97)
    • Charter Member, Valley Writing Project (1981-84); refresher course (1995)
    • Instructor & Steering Committee member, University Honors Program (1983-87; 1991-92; 1995-97)
    • Chair, University Budget Committee (1990-92); Member, University Curriculum Committee (1993-94); Member, General Education Commission (1993-94)
  • 1975--78 Assistant Professor, Urban Studies Program, University of Tulsa, Tulsa OK
    • Taught neighborhood structure, social planning, and technical methods
    • Acting Director, 1976-77
  • 1970--72 Instructor, Homewood-Brushton Adult Education Center, Allegheny County Community College, Pittsburgh PA
    • Taught psychology, sociology, anthropology

Revised 25 May 05