Ph.D. Student, Public Administration and International Affairs Department
Highest degree earned
Shuping Wang is Ph.D. student in the Department of Public Administration and International Affairs. She grew up in Xi’an, China. Her research interests are in decision-making, governance, administrative behaviors and nonprofit management. She is passionate about studying how public services organizations influence government policy making, and how governments balance various priorities in public administration strategically.
Prior to joining the Maxwell School, Shuping completed two B.A.s (2021) in history and economics from Xiamen University, and an M.P.P. (2023) from the University of Minnesota. While at the Humphrey School, she worked as a research assistant and focused on evidence use of civil servants and strategic management in nonprofit organizations. She is working with Professor Saba Siddiki.