BA, MA University of Toledo
Ph.D Kent State University
While I spent most of my academic career at St. Bonaventure University, I have enjoyed the last six years serving as Visiting Professor at Geneseo. I teach a range of courses including American Politics, The Politics of the Presidency, American Foreign Policy, and International Relations.
PLSC 110: S/U/American Politics
An analysis of the American system of government, focusing on the relationships among national government institutions and on intergovernmental relations among the nation, the states, and the cities.
PLSC 375: Politics of Judicial Process
An analysis and evaluation of the administration of justice as an integral part of the American political process. The legal system, adjudicatory processes, the roles and behavior of the participants involved in litigation, the influence of judicial decision-making, and the impact of judicial decisions are studied.