- Ph.D., Public Management, University of Arizona, 2012
- M.A., French, Vanderbilt University, 2003
- B.A., International Studies & French, Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, 2001
Theories of organization and the management of public, nonprofit, health care organization, with a particular research interest in organizational networks and network analysis
- PAPA 5316: Government Administration II
- PAPA 5904: Project and Report
- PAPA 6114: Complex Public Organizations
- PAPA 6344: Leadership & Management Process Public Administration
- PAPA 6354: Advanced Topics, Organizational Networks
- Lemaire, Robin H. 2019. What is Our Purpose Here?: Network Relationships and Goal Congruence in a Canadian Child and Youth Health Network. American Review of Public Administration, https://doi-org.ezproxy.lib.vt.edu/10.1177%2F0275074019879506.
- Lemaire, Robin H., Mannak, Remco, Ospina, Sonia, and Groenleer, Martijn. 2019. Striving for State of the Art with Paradigm Interplay and Meta-Synthesis: Purpose-oriented Network Research Challenges and Good Research Practices as a Way Forward. Perspectives on Public Management and Governance, 2(3): 175–186.
- Lemaire, Robin H. and Provan, Keith G. 2018. Managing Collaborative Effort: How Simmelian Ties Advance Public Sector Networks. American Review of Public Administration, 48(5): 379-394.
- Lemaire, Robin H, Provan, Keith G., Mercken, Liesbeth, and Leischow, Scott J. 2017. Shaping the Evolution of the Information Flow: The Centralizing Mechanisms in the Evolution of the North American Tobacco Quitline Consortium. International Public Management Journal, 20(3): 467-488.
- Provan, Keith G. and Lemaire, Robin H. 2012. Core Concepts and Key Ideas for Understanding Public Sector Organizational Networks: Using Research to Inform Scholarship and Practice. Public Administration Review, 72: 638-648.
- First Steps to Investing in Early Child Education and Development: Network processes and structure over time
- Focus on Prevention: Improving Quality of Life by Focusing on Rural Communities
Improving the understanding and practice of managing organizational networks to build collaborative capacity of communities.