|Ranjit Singh Rye, MPA|
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Office: Room XXX, Bulwagang Silangang Palma
Trunkline: (63 2) 981 8500 local XXX
Ranjit Singh Rye is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science, University of the Philippines (U.P.) in Diliman where he also obtained his B.A in Political Science and M.A. in Public Administration. He has also served as Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs and Director of the Office of Alumni Relations (OAR) of the University of the Philippines System.
Assistant Professor Rye has taught various subjects in political science, including Philippine government and politics, Philippine national and local administration, and special topics courses. His research interests include policy analysis and program administration, local government and devolution, legislative politics, e-government and ICT for development.
As an observer of Philippine local and national politics, his views on politics and regional affairs have been featured in domestic and foreign media such as ABS-CBN, BBC, GMA, TV5, the New York Times, Al Jazeera, Rappler, and Reuters, among others.
Assistant Professor Rye does consulting work at the local and national government levels and continues to do research and advocacy work in a number of areas including education reform, freedom of information and ICT for development.
Assistant Professor Rye has also spent a decade doing policy and advocacy work in the Philippine Congress. He has extensive consulting experience in both the House of Representatives and the Philippine Senate as a consultant.
Master in Public Administration, University of the Philippines, Diliman, 1995
Bachelor of Arts (Political Science), University of the Philippines, Diliman, 1992
E-government and ICT for Development
Public administration and public policy
Local government and devolution
Political Science 11: Introduction to Political Science
Political Science 14: Philippine Government and Politics
Political Science 141: Readings in Philippine Government and Politics.
Political Science 155: Philippine National and Local Administration.
Political Science 157: Special Topics in Philippine Government and Politics
Co-author with Erwin Alampay and Khane Raza. “”Gender Differences in Transnational Communication and Future Aspirations for Overseas Work among Children Left Behind by OverseasFilipino Workers””. PSSR issue: 2017 vol. 69 no. 1.