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Dan Bromberg

Dan Bromberg

Dean, Vermont Graduate School
Professor of Law
Dean's Office

PhD, Rutgers University-Newark

MPA, University of Vermont

BA, University at Albany

Dan Bromberg


Bromberg, who received a Ph.D. in public administration from Rutgers University and a master of public administration from the University of Vermont, will shape the future of the new graduate school, which currently includes environmental master’s degree programs in climate and environmental policy, energy regulation and law, food and agriculture law and policy and animal protection, as well as the master of arts in restorative justice. He will also be instrumental in the development of a new master’s degree in public policy as outlined in the VLGS Strategic Plan.

Previously the director of academic programs and then interim director of the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire, Bromberg brings to VLGS expertise in the implementation of new degrees and expansion of experiential learning opportunities for graduate students.

Bromberg is no stranger to public policy work and has authored publications including “Calibrating Public Accountability: The Fragile Relationship between Police Departments and Citizens in an Age of Video Surveillance” and “Problem Solving with the Private Sector: A Public Solutions Handbook.”

Additionally, he was a tenured professor at the University of New Hampshire, with a joint appointment in the department of political science and the Carsey School, and served as a member of the graduate council and as a graduate school faculty fellow.