Associate Professor of Political Science
- Dewey Hall 2-141
Thu 3:30 - 5:00 pm
PhD, Princeton, 2007. American political institutions, bureaucratic politics, formal theory. Research interests involve administrative law, the design of institutions for policymaking in bureaucracies, and policymaking within the U.S. executive branch. Teaches courses in American politics and positive political theory.
- PSC 107 Introduction to Positive Political Theory
- PSC 202W Argument in Political Science
- PSC 222 U.S. Presidency
- PSC 226 Act Locally? Local Government in the U.S.
- PSC 233W Innovation in Public Service
- PSC 242 Research Practicum in Criminal Justice Reform
- PSC 280 Political Accountability
- PSC 399 Washington Semester
- PSC 535 Bureaucratic Politics