Faculty and Staff
Political Science Department Members
Andrea Stevenson Sanjian Chair - (Ph.D., Indiana University) - Post-Soviet Politics; Politics in East - CentralEurope; West European Politics; Comparative Politics
Sherri Foster Academic Assistant
John Doces - (Ph.D.,University of Southern California) - Political Economy and Public Policy
Chris Ellis - (Ph.D., University of North Carolina) - American Politics, Political Behavior andResearch Methods
R. Douglas Hecock - (Ph.D., University of New Mexico) - Comparative Politics, Latin America, and the Political Economy of Development
Michael James - (Ph.D., Duke) - Contemporary Political Theory, Politics of Cultural and Ethnic Pluralism, Constitutional Law, and Legal Theory.
Tansa (Tony) Massoud - (Ph.D., New York University) - International Relations, War, Peace, the Middle East, Peace Studies Coordinator
Amy McCready - (Ph.D., Chicago) - Political Theory, Legal Thought, Ethics
David Mitchell - (Ph.D., Syracuse) - International Politics, Comparative Foreign Policy, National Security, Foreign Policy Decision Making
Scott Meinke - (Ph.D., Ohio State) - U.S. Congress and legislative politics, judicial politics, American Presidency
Gregory Sanjian - (Ph.D., Indiana) - International Relations; U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security Policy; Positive Theory
Atiya Stokes-Brown - (Ph.D., University of Maryland) - American Politics, Race/Ethnicity, Gender, Campaigns and Elections, and State politics
Zhiqun Zhu - (Ph.D., University of South Carolina) - Chinese politics and foreign policy, East Asian international relations.
Syllabi for current students are usually posted on Blackboard. Other students may contact faculty members for syllabi and other course information, or contact the chair of the department.