Noel A.D. Thompson, Ph.D. 



Received his Ph.D. in 2004
Receives his terminal degree from Auburn University in Political Science in May 2013. His specialized area is Public Policy.

RESEARCH INTERESTS: 
His interests are in small farm policy, economic development, immigration issues, presidential politics issues, and macroeconomic policy.

PUBLICATIONS:
  • Litigation as a form of interest Group Activity: African American 
    Farmers in the Pigford versus Glickman Case (2004).
  • Changing, in Agriculture: How Alabama Compares to The Southeast and U.S.
    Collaborators; John Dunkelberger, Lavaughn Johnson, and Quinta Rosse (2000).
  • Selected Demographic and Agricultural a Statistics for Alabama: State and Counties: 1960-90, and 1974-92 (September 1998).
  • Analysis of Employment in Rural-Urban Development in Alabama: Distribution, Structure, and Changing Patterns (1979).

Curriculum Vitae

Name: 
Noel A.D. Thompson

Office Location: 
70-107 John A. Kenney Hall
Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama 36088

Telephone: 
(334) 727-8277

Education: 
Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama - 2001-2004
Political Science - Ph.D.

Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama – 1963-1964
Applied Economics - M.S.

Jackson State University – 1960 -1963
History/Political Science – B.A.

Employment: 
Tuskegee University
Assistant Professor - Political Science
August, 2006

Auburn University
Extension Specialist
Alabama Cooperative Extension Service
January 1980 – September 30, 2004

South Carolina State University
Assistant Professor – Political Science
August 1967 – May 1970

Tuskegee University
Associate Research Professor – Behavioral Science
May 1970 – December 1979