Associate Professor of Political Science
- Lattimore 207
PhD, Princeton, 2007. Stu Jordan's scholarship focuses on American political institutions and formal theory. He has published papers on the relationship between legislatures and bureaucracies and lobbying. He leads collaborative projects with local governments and community organizations in the Rochester area to improve public understanding of how land-use regulations impact housing affordability and inequities by race and income in the region. He also serves as Executive Director for the University of Rochester Democracy Center.
- PSCI 107 Introduction to Positive Political Theory
- PSCI 202W Argument in Political Science
- PSCI 222 U.S. Presidency
- PSCI 226W Act Locally? Local Government in the U.S.
- PSCI 233W Innovation in Public Service
- PSCI 242 Research Practicum in Criminal Justice Reform
- PSCI 280 Political Accountability
- PSCI 394 Local Law and Politics Internships
- PSCI/INTR 394A European Political Internship
- PSCI 394B European Political Internship: Belgium
- PSCI/INTR 394C Washington Semester Internship
- PSCI 399 Washington Semester
- PSCI 535 Bureaucratic Politics