Norman Glickman: B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Economics) University of Pennsylvania. Norman Glickman was the founder and director of the Urban Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania. He was responsible for the overall administration and development of an interdisciplinary program concerning public policy analysis and the city. He has taught all over in the world including locations in Israel, Japan and England. He is currently a university professor at Rutgers University, teaching a class on community development. Also at Rutgers University, Glickman is the Director at the Center for Urban Policy Research. He has written many books, including: The New Competitors: How Foreign Investors Are Changing the U.S. Economy which has been translated into Japanese, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish. At the University of Pennsylvania, he currently is a visiting professor for the Urban Studies Senior Seminar class.
Courses: URBS 400 (Senior Seminar)