Dr. Joseph McLaughlin was recently featured in an Inquirer article about how crime in Philadelphia is shaping the mayoral election. Dr. McLaughlin, a former advisor to two previous mayors, offers advice on how candidates can speak about crime during the campaign without alienating potential voters. He previously taught in the Master of Public Policy program and currently provides career advising support for students. 

Temple University's Master of Public Policy trains you to develop and evaluate government programs and activities. This twelve-course professional degree program prepares graduates for careers in the public, non-profit or private sector. You can learn more about the program on our website, or contact mpp@temple.edu with any questions.