Warren Eller

Warren Eller

Associate Professor
Phone number: 
212.237.8850
Room number and address: 
53305

Education

PhD 2006
Department of Political Science, Texas A&M University
MPA 1998
Department of Public Administration, West Virginia University
BA 1995
Department of Liberal Arts, West Virginia University

 

Bio

Dr. Eller is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Management and holds an MPA from West Virginia University, and PhD from Texas A&M University. Before arriving to John Jay College, Dr. Eller was faculty at the Bush School of Public Service at Texas A&M, served as the Associate Director of the Stephenson Disaster Management Institute at LSU, as the Department Chair and MPA Director at the University of North Carolina Pembroke, and most recently as faculty at the School of Public Health at WVU.

Throughout his career, Dr. Eller has served as Editor of the Policy Studies Journal and Risk, Hazards, and Crisis in Public Policy.  His work has been funded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Department of Education (DoEd), the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the National Science Foundation (NSF), the MacArthur Foundation, and various non-profit and public agencies. Currently, his research focuses on emergency management and recovery with special interest in vulnerable populations.    

Course Taught

Carrent courses

Previous courses

Scholarly Work

Publications (books)

Eller, Warren S., and Nicolas A. Valcik (Eds.). Under Contract.  Handbook of Hazards and Disaster Research. Springer.

Eller, Warren S., Nicolas A. Valcik, and Melvin E. Letteer. Under Contract. Gun Violence: Evaluating Perceptions, Causes, and Consequences.  Taylor & Francis.

Eller, Warren S., Brian J. Gerber and Scott E. Robinson. 2018. Public Administration Research Methods Tools for Evaluation and Evidence-Based Practice, 2nd Edition.” New York: Taylor and Francis.

Eller, Warren S., Brian J. Gerber and Scott E. Robinson. 2013. Public Administration Research Methods Tools for Evaluation and Evidence-Based Practice.” New York: Taylor and Francis. 

Publications (Refereed articles and chapters)

Valcik, Nicolas A., and Warren S. Eller. Forthcoming. “Using Geospatial Information Systems to Preposition Logistics in Preparation for Hazardous Materials Incidents for Disaster Response and Homeland Security Purposes,” in Using Geospatial Information Systems for Public Organizations (Valcik, N., and D. Dean, Eds.). Routledge/Taylor and Francis.  New York: New York.

Eller, Warren S., Brian J. Gerber, and Scott E. Robinson. Forthcoming.  Nonprofit Organizations and Disaster Management: Assessing the Value and Impact of Contributions to Community Recovery. Natural Hazards Review. 

Robinson, Scott E. and Warren S. Eller. Forthcoming.  Public Administrators in Natural Hazards Governance.  Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Natural Hazard Science. Oxford.

Eller, Warren S., and Michael S. Pennington. Forthcoming.  Natural Hazards Governance and Performance Assessment.  Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Natural Hazard Science. Oxford.

Eller, Warren S., Gerber, B.J. & Branch, L. 2017. “Understanding the Voluntary Nonprofit Sector and Disaster Services Provision: Organizational Hurricane Sandy.” In Scott E. Robinson and Haley Murphy, eds. Nonprofit Organizations and Disaster: Individual, Organizational and Network Approaches to Emergency Management. Westphalia Press.

Vallejo, Manuel C., Ahmed F. Attaallah, R.E. Shapiro, Osama Elzamzamy, Michael Mueller, and Warren S. Eller. 2016.  Independent Risk Factors for Surgical Site Infection after Cesarean Delivery in a Rural Tertiary Care Medical Center. Journal of Anesthesia.  DOI: 10.1007/s00540-016-2266-2

Eller, Warren S. 2016.  Review of John R. Lott’s ‘The War on Guns: Arming Yourself Against Gun Control Lies.’ Risk, Hazards and Crises in Public Policy.  7:4. DOI: 10.1002/rhc3.12107

Eller, Warren S., Brian J. Gerber, and Lauren E. Branch.  2015. “Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations and Disaster Management: Identifying the Nature of Intersector Coordination and Collaboration in Disaster Service Assistance Provision” Risk, Hazards and Crises in Public Policy. 6:2. 223-338.

Pennington, Michael S. and Warren S. Eller. 2015.  “Ken Meier.” Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, Domonic A. Bearfield and Melvin J. Dubnik eds. New York: Taylor and Francis.

Eller, Warren S. 2014. “Gay and Lesbian Cops: Diversity and Effective Policing by Roddrick A. Colvin.” International Public Management Journal. 17:3: 437-440.

Robinson, Scott E., Brian J. Gerber, Warren Eller and Melanie Gall. 2013.  “Emergency Planning and Disabled Populations: The FNSS Approach.” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters. 31:2, 315-329.

Robinson, Scott E., Warren S. Eller, Melanie Gall, and Brian J. Gerber. 2013. “The Core and Periphery of Emergency Management Networks: A Multi-Modal Assessment of Two Evacuation Hosting Networks from 2000-2009.” Public Management Review 15:3.

Fielding, William J., Dick Green, Melanie Gall, and Warren S. Eller.  2012. “Care of dogs and attitudes of dog owners in Port-au-Prince, the Republic of Haiti.” Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. 15:3.

Eller, Warren S., and Brian J. Gerber 2011. “Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations and Disaster Recovery: Assessing the Value of the Nonprofit Contribution to the 2009 Alaskan Rivers Flood Recovery Effort.” National VOAD

Gall, Melanie, Dick Green, William J. Fielding and Warren S. Eller. 2011.  “Considering Animal Welfare: Implementing an animal and attitudinal survey in Port-au-Prince.” Monday Developments.  29:1/2, p44.

Robinson, Scott E. and Warren S. Eller.  2010. “Participation in Policy Streams:  Testing the Separation of Problems and Solutions in Sub-National Policy Systems.” Policy Studies Journal. 38:2.

Eller, Warren S. and Brian J. Gerber.  2010. “Contemplating the Role of Precision and Range in Homeland Security Policy Analysis:  A response to Mueller.” Policy Studies Journal. 38:1.

Eller, Warren S. and Glen Krutz.  2009. “Introduction to Policy Systems Theories.” Policy Studies Journal. 37:1.

Bearfield, Domonic A. and Warren S. Eller.  2007. “Writing a Literature Review: The Art of Scientific Literature.” In the Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration, 2nd ed.. (Miller, Gerald J & Kaifeng Wang, eds.). CRC Press: New York.

Meier, Kenneth J, Michael Pennington and Warren S. Eller.  2005. “Race, Sex, and Clarence Thomas: Representation Change in the EEOC.” Public Administration Review.  62:2.

Meier, Kenneth J., Warren S. Eller, Miner P. Marchbanks III, Scott Robinson, J. L. Polinard, Robert D. Wrinkle.  2004. “A Lingering Question of Priorities: Athletic Budgets and Academic Performance Revisited.”  Review of Policy Research. 21:6. 

Meier, Kenneth J., Warren S. Eller, Robert D. Wrinkle and J.L. Polinard.   2001. “Zen and the Art of Policy Analysis: A Response to Nielsen and Wolf.”  Journal of Politics.  63:2.

Publications (Non-Refereed articles, book chapters, and published reports)

Eller, Warren S., & Gerber, B.J. 2010. "Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations and Disaster Recovery: Assessing the Value of the Nonprofit Contributions to the 2009 Alaskan Rivers Flood Recovery Effort." Report prepared for National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster. October 2010.

Eller, Warren S. and Fran Scott.  2002. “Ethnic Competition and Black Representation: Does Representation Matter Today?”  Published by the Maryland State General Assembly.

Meier, Kenneth J., Warren S. Eller, Scott Robinson, Robert Wrinkle, J.L. Polinard, and Minor Marchbanks.  2001. “A Continuing Question of Priorities: Athletic Budgets and Academic Performance.” A Report of the Texas Educational Excellence Project

Meier, Kenneth J., Warren S. Eller and Carl Doerfler.  2000. “Teacher Turnover in Texas: Problems and Prospects.” A Report of the Texas Educational Excellence Project. 

Eller, Warren S. 1997. “Small Business Incubation.” A Report of the West Virginia Development Office.

Eller, Warren S.  1997. “Venture Capital Funding in West Virginia.” A Report of the West Virginia Development Office.