- Masters of Public & Non-Profit Admin, Metropolitan State University
Recent and Upcoming Courses Taught
Luther Krueger joined Metropolitan State as a Community Faculty member in 2006. Krueger has taught the electives GIS for Public and Nonprofit Professionals (2006) and Public Private Partnerships (2010), as well as the capstone for the MS in Public and Nonprofit Administration degree program since 2013.
Krueger signed on with the Minneapolis Police Department in 1995 where he currently oversees the performance measurement of crime prevention partnership efforts and National Night Out progam throughout Minneapolis. Krueger has represented the Minneapolis Police Department at numerous national and regional conferences, and before the Kazakhstan parliament as an invited expert for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, 2009.
Krueger graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BA in English and Theatre Arts in 1985, and a MS in Public and Nonprofit Administration from Metropolitan State in 2005.
In his spare time Krueger writes plays and book reviews for the Journal of Urban Affairs and designs, uses, and promotes solar cooking in the Lyndale Neighborhood of south Minneapolis, MN.