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College Advance (formerly Project Advance) Learning Community

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College Advance students: in the classroom and at an archaeological site, Wildcat Manor.

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What is the College Advance Learning Community? College Advance (formerly Project Advance) in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) is coordinated by the dean and faculty members in CAHSS. It links first-year students in three areas: English Composition I* and US History since 1865* (Fall semester) and English Composition II* and Critical Thinking/Philosophy (Spring semester). Students are expected to continue as a cohort by registering for African American Literature I* in the fall sophomore year and Global Societies* in their fall junior year. *course meets General Education Breadth requirements   The Program’s Learning Goals/Outcomes See below links English Composition History Critical Thinking African American Literature I Global Societies   The Program’s Benefits Being part of a cohort of students with your shared academic interests Learning in special inter-disciplinary classes sharing a common theme, assignments, and extracurricular activities Working with Supplemental Instructors to ensure your academic success in the program Developing a strong academic infrastructure to facilitate success in your college career   Application Information:  Please note: As an enrollee in the program, you are required to attend New Student Orientation sessions I, II, III, or IV to secure your early registration for your fall semester courses. NSO 2014 Information is forthcoming! To apply for the College Advance Learning Community, we request that you do so online by clicking on the following link:    Should you opt to mail or fax a paper application, the address and fax number is listed below:   Delaware State University College Advance/College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences 1200 N. DuPont Hwy Dover, DE 19901   Download Application (pdf) Email: collegeadvance@desu.edu  
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ADMINISTRATORS


Marshall Stevenson, Ph.D. 
Dean
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
 
Mr. Raymond Lee, M.Ed
Academic Advisor
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
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Phone: 302-857-7629
Fax: 302-857-7623
 

FACULTY


Niklas Robinson, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator
Associate Professor of History
Department of History, Political Science & Philosophy 
 
A. Myrna Nurse, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
Department of English and Foreign Languages
 
Susan West, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Department of History, Political Science & Philosophy
 
Raymond Asare Tutu, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor
Global Societies Program
Department of History, Political Science & Philosophy
 
Edward Dawley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
English Instructor
Department of English and Foreign Languages

 

TESL Curriculum

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  Curriculum Grid   Year 1 Session Course # and credit Course Title Fall I ENG-518    (3 credits) Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language* Fall II EDU-557   (3 credits) Effective Teaching Strategies* Spring I ENG-519   (3 credits) Teaching the Multi-cultural/ Multilingual Student* Spring II EDU-614   (3 credits) Human Development in Education Summer I ENG-504   (3 credits) Second Language Acquisition Summer I ENG-510   (3 credits) Structure of Modern English Summer II ENG-512   (3 credits) Seminar on Theories and Practice of Second Language Learning and Testing Summer II EDU-611   (3 credits) Theories and Practices in Exceptionalities Year 2       Fall I EDU-608   (3 credits) Diagnostic Teaching of Reading* Fall II ENG-590   (3 credits) Practicum* Spring I (3 credits) Elective/Thesis Spring II (3 credits) Elective/Thesis   *Courses require EFE as mandated by the Council of Professional Educators (CPE)   Electives       ENG-520. Foundations of Bilingual Education                                                                               EDU-601. Contemporary Issues in American Education                                                               EDU-604. Theories and Methods of Instruction                      EDU-625. Introduction to Statistics and Research in Education  

Faculty

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Faculty Dr. LaPointe DavisDr. Davis received his bachelor of science, master of music, and doctor of philosophy degrees in instrumental music education from Virginia State University, The University of Michigan, and The Ohio State University respectively. He has established the reputation of being a highly successful public school and university marching and symphonic band director.  Dr. Davis has presented numerous music education topics at professional conferences, and he has authored many music education articles that have appeared in various state and national publications. Dr. Frank GazdaFrank Gazda has performed with, among others, the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, the Sioux City (IA) Symphony Orchestra and Brass Quintet, the Maryland Symphony Orchestra and Brass Quintet, the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, and The Supremes. Dr. Gazda received his Bachelor degree in Music Education from Shenandoah Conservatory, his Master of Music from the Manhattan School of Music, and his Doctorate from the University of Maryland. He has been a finalist in the Eastern Trombone Workshop National Solo Competition and the IWBC National Solo competition, and appears nationally as a guest artist, adjudicator, and author. Dr. Patrick HoffmanPatrick Hoffman earned the undergraduate degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois. Working as a Marketing Coordinator for several months was enough time to convince him to pursue his passion for music.  He went on to earn the degrees of Master of Music from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, and a Doctor of Musical Arts from The University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. Dr. Hoffman has studied trumpet with Chris Jaudes, Susan Slaughter, Ray Sasaki, Bernard Adelstein, and Fred Mills.  After the completion of doctoral study under Professor Mills at the University of Georgia, he accepted a position with the Rekkenze Brass Quintet of Hof, Germany. For the next three years he performed as Assistant Principal Trumpet in the Hof Symphony, and toured with the quintet throughout Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Poland, and the United States.  As Associate Professor of Trumpet and Director of Brass Ensembles at Delaware State University, Dr. Hoffman also teaches courses in Music Theory, Ear Training, Arranging, and Orchestration. He is active as a recitalist and performer in the Delaware, Philadelphia and New York areas.  In addition to arrangements and transcriptions for brass quintet and brass ensemble, he has also written several original works for brass. Since 2002, he has enjoyed his summers in upstate New York, serving as Trumpet Instructor and Director of Brass Ensembles at the New York Summer Music Festival in Oneonta, New York. Dr. Hoffman has taken DSU student ensembles to summer workshops in Germany and the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, as well as study abroad music programs in Changchun and Ningbo, China. Dr. Horace LamarHorace Lamar, a native of Mobile Alabama, received the Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education from Mississippi Valley State University, Master of Arts degree in Music Education from the University of Minnesota, and the Doctor of Music Education degree from the University of Southern Mississippi.  Before coming to Delaware State University, Dr. Lamar taught in the public school system in Mobile, AL, Alabama A&M University and retired as Dean of the School of Music at Alabama State University.  He has conducted workshops, master classes, and has served as an evaluator for SACS and the State Department of Education. Dr. Lamar has adjudicated and guest conducted both choral and instrumental groups and was a member of the Mobile Symphonic Pops Band and principal clarinetist in the Montgomery Choral Orchestra. Dr. Lloyd MalloryDr. Mallory is the director of choral activities at Delaware State. He received degrees from Oakwood College, Morgan State University and the University of California at Los Angeles. Ms. Mable R. MorrisonMable Morrison received the Bachelor of Science degree from Xavier University in Louisiana and a Master of Music degree from DePaul University in Chicago. She received certificates from Fontainbleau Fine Arts and Music Scholl under the direction of Nadia Boulanger, and from L’Academie InternationaleD’Ete of Nice, France under the direction of Lucette Descaves. Dr. David TolleyDavid Tolley received a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance, and a Bachelor of Music, Masters of Music, and Doctor of Musical Arts in Composition from The Ohio State University.  He pursued further studies in Music Business at UCLA and Film Scoring at USC.  Dr. Tolley is a Grammy-nominated, internationally renowned pianist, composer and producer. He has performed for United States Presidents, Ford, Reagan, and Bush, as well as a concert for Boris Yeltsin in Russia, and several performances on THE TONIGHT SHOW with Johnny Carson.  He has composed and produced music for all of the major Networks, as well as a project for Steven Spielberg, and all of the original music for the EURO-DISNEY theme park in Paris. He has also written seven complete musicals including one that ran off-Broadway and was nominated for two Grammy awards. StaffMr. Marty Denson, Music IndustryMr. Denson holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Delaware State University, and a Master of Science in Education Media Design and Music Technology from Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. As a producer/engineer, Marty has worked with industry artists like Boyz II Men, Luther Vandross, Johnny Gill, Phyllis Hyman, Keith Sweat, and more. Marty and his rhythm and blues band “Final Mixx” won the 1989 National Budweiser Showdown Band Competition, which resulted in a recording contract with Motown Records. During his time at Motown, Marty was able to build his career in recording, engineering, music production and music technology. Along with serving as the Music Technology Specialist and Director of Studio Recording at Delaware State University, Marty also owns a private filmmaking and recording studio where he works with industry artists and many DSU Music Industry students seeking experience in advanced recording and engineering techniques. Mr. Randolph J. Johnson, Band DirectorMr. Johnson has 13 years experience as a university band director, 2 years experience as an administrator, and 11 years experience as a high school band director. Prior to returning to Delaware State University, Mr. Johnson was on faculty at Alcorn State University, was the Supervisor of Music for the Wyandanch School District in Long Island, New York, and from 1990-2001 was Director of Bands at Delaware State University.  From 1981-1987 he was the band director at Liberty High. Mr. Johnson has conducted band clinics in locations from Seattle, Washington to New York. Mr. Chester Knapp, Assistant Band Director 

Dr. Samuel Hoff

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  Education Ph.D. in political science, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1987 Dissertation Title: “Presidential Support in the Veto Process, 1889-1985"   M.A. in political science, Stony Brook, 1983   M.A. in political science, American University (DC), 1981   B.A. in political science, Susquehanna University (PA), 1979   Diploma, Williamsport Area High School (PA), 1975   Postgraduate Training   Summer Workshop on Teaching About Terrorism, University of Oklahoma at Norman,  June 23-30, 2008   Faculty Resource Network Seminar on The Voice From Sinai: The Sacred Scriptures of the Jews, Christians, and Muslims, New York University, New York, NY, June 11-15, 2007   Seminar on Teaching the Holocaust at HBCUs, U.S. Holocaust Museum, Washington, DC,  January 3-10, 2006   Seminar on Tradition and Transformation in Vietnam, Council on International Educational  Exchange, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, July 3-15, 2004   Faculty Resource Network Seminar on The Fight for Equality: Blacks in the Military,  New York University, New York, NY, June 7-11, 2004   Comparative Education Delegation to Cuba, People to People Ambassadors Program,  October 24-November 1, 2003   Seminar on Terrorism: Challenges and Threats to the American Way of Life, Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, PA, July 8-13, 2003 Faculty Development Seminar on Humanitarian Intervention, Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, New York, NY, June 12-14, 1997   Faculty Seminar on Teaching Strategic Weapons Proliferation Issues, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, Brunswick, ME, July 8-14, 1995   Fifth Annual Summer Institute on National Security Law, University of Virginia Law School, Charlottesville, VA, June 4-16, 1995   Victim-Offender Mediation Certification, Kent County Community Justice Center, Dover, DE,  January 19-22, 1995   Seminar on U.S. in a One-Superpower World, Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, PA, July 24-29, 1994   Military History Fellowship, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, May 30-June 24, 1994   Seminar on the Legislative Branch of American Government, Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, PA, July 29-August 3, 1990 Academic Administrative Positions   Graduate Director, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Delaware State University, 2005- Law Studies Director, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Delaware State University,    2004— Chair, NCAA Self-Study Steering Committee, Delaware State University, 2003-2005 Chair, Department of History, Political Science, and Philosophy, Delaware State University,    2000-2003 ROTC Director, Delaware State University, 1993-1999    Academic Teaching Positions                   Delaware State University, Department of History, Political Science, and Philosophy, Dover, DE: George Washington Distinguished Professor, 1999--; Professor, 1996-1999; Associate Professor, 1992-1996; Assistant Professor, 1989-1992;  Courses: American National Government, Presidency, Congress, American Political Thought, American Foreign Policy, Civil Liberties, Constitutional Law, State and Local Government, Government and Business, Bureaucracy and Public Policy, Comparative Government, Introduction to Political Science, Parties, Campaigns, and Elections, Black Politics in America, American Military History, American Civilization Since 1865, World Civilization Since 1660, Business Law I, Business Law II, Seminar on Music and Politics, Seminar on the 1960s, Seminar on the 1970s, Graduate Seminar on Historic Preservation Law and Policy, Contemporary Political Ideologies, Seminar on United Nations, Seminar on Sex and Politics, Seminar on Political Assassinations, Honors Seminar on Space: The Final Frontier, Honors Seminar on the Vietnam War, Honors Seminar on Perspectives on Leadership, Honors Seminar on Ethics in Contemporary America, Honors Seminar on American Indian History and Heritage, Honors Seminar on Living With the Bomb: America in the Nuclear Age, Global Societies, Graduate Seminar on Introduction to Historic Preservation and Museum Studies, Political Science Seminar on Terrorism, Graduate Seminar on African American History to 1865: Underground Railroad,  Graduate Seminar on Survey and Evaluation of African American History Resources, American History to 1865   Wichita State University, Department of Political Science, Wichita, KS; Visiting Assistant Professor, 1988-1989:  American National Government, Presidency, Congress   State University of New York—College at Geneseo, Department of Political Science, Geneseo, NY; Assistant Professor, 1987-1988: American Politics, Presidential Politics, Political Parties, Political Behavior, Government and Budgetary Priorities   Ohio Wesleyan University, Department of Government and Politics, Delaware, OH; Visiting Assistant Professor, 1986-1987: Politics and Government, American Presidency, Political Parties, Political Behavior, Seminar on Leadership and Democracy   Wittenberg University, Department of Political Science, Springfield, OH; Adjunct Assistant Professor, 1987: American National Government   New York Institute of Technology, Department of Social Sciences, Old Westbury, NY; Adjunct Instructor, 1986:  Introduction to American Government   State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Political Science, Stony Brook, NY; Instructor, 1983-1985:  American Presidency, Introduction to American Government Other Employment   Assistant to U.S. Senator Jacob Javits (R-NY), Stony Brook, 1983-1985 Consultant to Elliott Sluhan Productions, Toledo, OH, 1985  Research Assistant, Subcommittee on Human Resources, U.S. House of Representatives                                            Washington, DC, 1980 Canvass Staff, Clean Water Action Project, Washington, DC, 1980 Survey Staff, Smith, Berlin and Associates, Washington, DC, 1980  Congressional Intern for U.S. Representative Allen E. Ertel (D-17-PA), Washington, DC;                        Williamsport, PA, 1978 Warehouse Staff, Hoff Supply Company, Williamsport, PA, 1972-1979   Community Leadership Positions   Military Academy Selection Committee, U.S. Senator Edward Kaufman (D-DE), 2009-- Vice President General for Military Awards, General Society of the War of 1812, 2009-- Board of Direction, Society of the War of 1812/Pennsylvania Division, 2007--; Secretary, 2008--  Board of Directors, Delmarva Discussions, Dover, DE,  2006–; President, 2007--   Commentator, WHYY-TV12, Dover, DE Bureau, 2007-- Delaware Technical and Community College/Terry Campus Legal Assistant/Paralegal Advisory   Board, Dover, DE 2006– Advisory Board, Missouri Valley History Association, 2006–  Human Relations Commission, Dover, DE, 2004-2010; Chair, 2005–  Delaware Humanities Forum Visiting Scholar Speakers Bureau, 2002–  Executive Council, National Network of State Polls, 1998-2002 Board of Directors, United Nations Association of the United States of America/Delaware    Division, 1996-2000 Community Advisory Board, Wilmington News Journal, New Castle, DE, 1996-1997 Mediator, Kent County Community Justice Center, Dover, DE, 1995-2002 Consultant, Main Street Dover, Dover, DE, 1992-1994 Commentator, WBOC-TV, Dover, DE Bureau, 1991--   Board of Referees, National Social Science Journal, 1990-1994 Committeeman, Suffolk County, NY Democratic Party, 1984-1986   Professional Affiliations   Life Member, Delaware Medal of Honor Historical Association Life Member, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People/Central Delaware     Branch Member, Friends of the Vietnam Center Member, American Political Science Association Member, Academy of Political Science Member, National Social Science Association Member, Center for the Study of the Presidency Member, Society for Military History Member, Northeastern Political Science Association Member, Southern Political Science Association Member, Midwest Political Science Association Member, Western Political Science Association Member, Pennsylvania Political Science Association Member, New York State Political Science Association Member, National Capitol Area Political Science Association Member, Missouri Valley History Association Member, Society of the War of 1812/Pennsylvania Division   Honors and Awards   George Washington Distinguished Professorship, Delaware State Society of the Cincinnati,      1999-2011 Madison Who’s Who, 2008-2009 Professional Development Award, Delaware State University, 1990-2004, 2006-2009 Merit Pay Award, Delaware State University, 1992, 1994-2009 Academic Enrichment Grant, Delaware State University, 2000-2008 Cambridge Who’s Who, 2007-2008 Award for Outstanding Teaching in Political Science, American Political Science Association     and Pi Sigma Alpha, 2005 Employee of the Year for Faculty Excellence in Teaching, Delaware State University, 2005 Leading Educators of the World, 2005 Marquis Who’s Who in American Education, 2004-2005 Who’s Who Among American Teachers, 2004 Strathmore’s Who’s Who, 2003-2004 ExxonMobil Faculty Fellowship, Council on International Educational Exchange, 2002-2004 Student Organization Advisor of the Year, Delaware State University, 2001 Employee of the Year for Faculty Excellence in University and Community Service,     Delaware State University, 2000 Best Paper Award, Pennsylvania Political Science Association, 1999 Chi Alpha Sigma National Athlete Honor Society, Delaware State University, 1999 Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Delaware State University, 1999 Marquis Who’s Who in America, 1998 Employee of the Year for Faculty Excellence in Teaching, Delaware State University, 1996 Marquis Who’s Who in the World, 1995 Marquis Who’s Who in the East, 1995 International Who’s Who, 1995 Who’s Who Worldwide, 1995 Five Thousand Personalities of the World, 1995 Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society, Delaware State University, 1995 Alpha Chi National Honor Society, Delaware State University, 1995 Employee of the Year for Faculty Excellence in Research, Delaware State College, 1992 Abilene Travel Grant, Eisenhower World Affairs Institute, 1988 Research Award, Harry S Truman Library Institute, 1988 Geneseo Foundation Incentive Award, SUNY-Geneseo, 1988 New Faculty Development Award, SUNY-Geneseo, 1987 Graduate Teaching Assistantship, SUNY-Stony Brook, 1981-1986 Setauket-Stony Brook Republican Club Political Science Award, 1985 Alumni Scholarship, SUNY-Stony Brook, 1984 University Service Scholarship Award, American University, 1980 Best Delegation Award, Duquesne University United Nations Security Council Conference,     Susquehanna University, 1979                         Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society, Susquehanna University, 1978 Pi Gamma Mu National Social Science Honor Society, Susquehanna University, 1978 Andy Knight Memorial Award for Football, Williamsport Area High School,        Williamsport, PA, 1975 German Honor Society, Williamsport Area High School, Williamsport, PA, 1973-1975 Letterman, Football, Track and Field, Williamsport Area High School, Williamsport,        PA, 1974-1975   Academic Publications   “The New World Order: Globalization in the 1990s,” chapter in Modern World History: An Interactive Text, edited by Mark Tauger and Angela Feres, Salem Press,  2010   “Jacques Cousteau,” entry in Great Lives from History: Inventors and Inventions,  edited by Alvin Benson, Salem Press, 2010, p. 234-236   “’Biting the Bullet:’” LBJ and the Veto Power,” National Social Science, 2009, 31:2,  p. 77-91   “Delaware’s Changing Political Landscape,” Delaware Lawyer, Fall 2009, 27:3, p. 32-31     “Iran-Contra Weapons Scandal Taints Reagan’s Administration,” entry in Great Events  From History: Modern Scandals, edited by Carl Bankston, Salem Press, 2009, p. 676-681   “Somalia Conflict,” entry in The Nineties in America, edited by Milton Berman,  Salem Press, 2009, p. 788-789   “Legislation: Major U.S. Legislation,” entry in The Nineties in America, edited by Milton Berman, Salem Press, 2009, Appendix   “Civil Liberties,” entry in The Political Lincoln: An Encyclopedia, edited by Paul Finkelman and Martin Hershock, CQ Press, 2009, p. 135-138   Review of Against the Death Penalty: International Initiatives and Implications, edited by Jon Yorke, Law and Politics Book Review, July 2009, 19:7, p. 560-563   “The Legislative Messages of the Madison Administration,” chapter in James Madison: Philosopher, Founder, and Statesman, edited by John Vile, William Pederson, and Frank  Williams, Ohio University Press, 2008, p. 250-260   Review of Aggressive Nationalism: McCullouch v. Maryland and the Foundation of  Federal Authority in the Young Republic, by Richard Ellis, Law and Politics Book Review, November 2008, 18:11, p. 981-984   “Major U.S. Legislation,” entry in The Eighties in America, edited by Milton Berman, Salem Press, 2008, Volume III Appendix, p. 1098-1104   “U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down the Line-Item Veto,” entry in Great Events from History: the 20th Century, 1971-2000, edited by Robert Gorman, Salem Press, 2008, p.3129-3131   Review of Jack Kennedy: The Education of a Statesman, by Barbara Leaming,  Perspectives on Political Science, Winter 2008, 37:1, p. 56   Review of How Many Judges Does it Take to Make a Supreme Court?  And Other Essays On Law and the Constitution, by John Orth, Law and Politics Book Review, 2008, 18:3,  p. 192-194   “Nixon Doctrine is Unveiled,” entry in Great Events from History: The 20th Century,  1941-1970, edited by Robert Gorman, Salem Press, 2008, p. 3276-3278   Review of Memo to a New President: The Art and Science of Presidential Leadership, by Michael Genovese, International Social Science Review, 2008, 83: 1-2, p. 92-94   Review of Korea Under Siege, 1876-1945: Capital Formation and Economic Transformation, by Young-Iob Chung, International Social Science Review, 2007, 82: 3-4, p. 190-192   “Delaware’s Constitution and its Impact on Education,” Inner City Conservative Journal, August 2007, p. 1-8.   Review of Understanding the Founding: The Crucial Questions, by Alan Gibson,  Law and Politics Book Review, 2007, 17:8, p. 655-658.    “Fair Deal or No Deal: The Veto Record of President Harry S. Truman,”  Lincoln Journal of Social and Political Thought, Spring 2007, 5:1, p. 38-66   “Sustaining His Stand: The Veto Record of President George Bush,” National Social  Science Journal, 2007, 27:2, p. 58-67   “’One Third of the Legislative Authority:’ The Veto Record of President Herbert Hoover,” New England Journal of Political Science, Spring 2007, 2:2, p. 64-90   Review of Story Weather: The New Hampshire Primary and Presidential Politics,  By Dante Scala, White House Studies, 2007, 7:1, p. 91-93   “Giuseppe Zangara,” entry in Great Lives From History: Notorious Lives, edited by Carl Bankston, Salem Press, 2007, p. 1128-1129   “Henry Clay,” entry in Encyclopedia of the United States Congress, edited by Robert Dewhirst, Facts on File, 2007, p. 100-101   “Hubert Humphrey,” entry in Encyclopedia of the United States Congress, edited by Robert Dewhirst, Facts on File, 2007, p. 265-266   “Membership: African Americans,” entry in Encyclopedia of the United States Congress, edited by Robert Dewhirst, Facts on File, 2007, p. 355-356   “Thomas P. (Tip) O’Neill,” entry in Encyclopedia of the United States Congress, edited by Robert Dewhirst, Facts on File, 2007, p 388-390   “Review of Visions of Victory: The Hopes of Eight World War II Leaders, by Gerhard Weinberg, National Social Science Journal, 2007, 29:1, p. 161-162   “Fair Housing Act,” entry in The Encyclopedia of American Civil Rights and Liberties,  edited by Otis Stephens et al., Greenwood Press, 2006, Volume 1, p. 357-359   “Racial Gerrymandering,” entry in The Encyclopedia of American Civil Rights and Liberties,  edited by Otis Stephens et al., Greenwood Press, 2006, Volume 2, p. 817-818   “Rehnquist, William H.,” entry in The Encyclopedia of American Civil Rights and Liberties,  edited by Otis Stephens et al., Greenwood Press, 2006, Volume 2, p. 835-836   Review of The Logic of Political Survival, by Bruce Bueno de Mesquita et al., International  Social Science Review, 2006, 81:3-4, p. 175-176   Review of The American Foreign Legion: Black Soldiers of the 93rd in World War I, by  Frank Roberts, Journal of African American History, Summer 2006, 91:3, p. 346-348   Review of 1912: Wilson, Roosevelt, Taft, and Debs–The Election That Changed the Country,  by James Chace, Presidential Studies Quarterly, September 2006, 36:3, p. 556-558   Review of Electing the President 2004: The Insiders’ View, by Kathleen Hall Jamieson, ed.,  Perspectives on Political Science, Summer 2006, 35:3, p. 168-169   Review of The Constitution in Congress: Descent into the Maelstrom, 1829-1861, by  David Currie, Perspectives on Political Science, Summer 2006, 35:3, p. 165   Review of The Presidency in a Separated System, 2nd edition, by Charles O. Jones,  Perspectives on Political Science, Spring 2006, 35:2, p. 107   Review of Free Speech and Democracy in Ancient Athens, by Arlene Saxonhouse,  Law and Politics Book Review, 2006, 16:6, p. 517-519   “Book Review Essay of His Excellency: George Washington,” National Social Science Journal, 2006, 26:1, p. 39-41   “Hawaii 5-0,” entry in The Seventies in America, edited by John Super, Salem Press, 2006,  Volume II, p. 433-434   “Major U.S. Legislation,” entry in The Seventies in America, edited by John Super, Salem Press, 2006, Volume III Appendix, p. 1030-1036   Review of The Forging of Freedom of Speech, by Juhani Rudanko, International Social Science Review, 2005, 80:3-4, p. 181-182   “Delaware,” entry in Encyclopedia of the New American Nation, edited by Paul Finkelman,  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2005   Review of Studies in Law, Politics, and Society, Volumes 32-33, edited by Austin Sarat and Patricia Ewick; Volume 34, edited by Andrew Kenyon and Peter Rush, Law and Politics Book Review, 2005, 15:9, p. 811-813   “Money and Votes: Examining Spending in Presidential Primaries,” National Social Science Journal, 2005, 24:2, p. 72-81   Review of The Supreme Court: A Concise History, by Robert Langran, Law and Politics Book Review, 2005, 15:5, p. 420-424   “The 22nd Amendment (Term Limits) Should be Repealed: Pro,” chapter in Debating the Presidency, edited by Robert Watson and David Freeman, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company,  2005, p. 9-13   “Sputnik I,” entry in The Fifties in America, edited by John Super, Salem Press, 2005,  p. 865-867   “Ngo Quyen,” entry in Great Lives From History: The Middle Ages, 477-1453, edited by Shelley Wolbrink, Salem Press, 2005, p. 756-757   “Capital Punishment Should be Outlawed: Pro,” chapter in Debating the Issues: America Government and Politics, edited by Robert Watson, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company,  2005, p. 82-85   Review of Empowering the White House: Governance Under Nixon, Ford, and Carter, by  Karen Hult and Charles Walcott, Perspectives on Political Science, Fall 2004, p. 232   “Wiener v. U.S.,” entry in Encyclopedia of the American Presidency, by Michael A. Genovese,  Facts of File, Inc., 2004, p. 495-496   “Tenure of Office Act,” entry in Encyclopedia of the American Presidency, by Michael A.  Genovese, Facts on File, Inc., 2004, p. 435   “Twenty-Second Amendment,” entry in Encyclopedia of the American Presidency, by Michael A. Genovese, Facts on File, Inc., 2004, p. 449-450   “Central Intelligence Agency,” entry in Encyclopedia of the American Presidency, by Michael A. Genovese, Facts on File, Inc., 2004, p. 77-78   “Independent Counsel,” entry in Encyclopedia of the American Presidency, by Michael A. Genovese, Facts on File, Inc., 2004, p. 251-252   “Myers v. U.S.,” entry in Encyclopedia of the American Presidency, by Michael A. Genovese,  Facts on File, Inc., 2004, p. 325-326   Review of Saying What the Law Is: The Constitution in the Supreme Court, by Charles Fried,  Law and Politics Book Review, 2004, 14:7, p. 517-519   “A PIE Model of Presidential Private Bill Vetoes,” National Social Science Journal, 2004,  22:2, p. 66-87   “‘With All Deliberate Speed:” The Evans v. Buchanan Case and Educational Desegregation in Delaware,” chapter in Before Brown, Beyond Boundaries: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Brown v. 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Panel, 1999 Annual Meeting of the New York State Political Science Association, Jamaica, NY, May 7-8   Discussant, Presidential Power and the Judicial System Panel, 1999 Annual Meeting of the New England Political Science Association, Providence, April 30-May 1   Chair and Discussant, Executive Leadership and Law Panel, 1998 Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association, Boston, MA, November 12-14   Discussant, The President as Legislative Leader Panel, 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, September 3-6   Chair and Discussant, Research on the Presidency Panel, 1998 Annual Meeting of the New York State Political Science Association, Albany, NY, May 8-9   Discussant, Presidential Relations with Congress Panel, 1998 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 23-25   Chair, Presidential Selection and Behavior Panel; Discussant, Presidents and Lawmaking Panel, 1998 Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, TX,  March 18-21   Distinguished Discussant, Education Policies in the New Millennium and the Role of Political Parties in the New Millennium Panels, 29th Annual Student Symposium, Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, March 13-15, 1998   Chair, Presidential Psychology, Personality, and Ratings Panel; Discussant, The Process of  Defense and Foreign Policy Panel, 1997 Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Political  Science Association, Philadelphia, PA, November 13-15   Chair, The Impact of Divided Government Panel, 1997 Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Norfolk, VA, November 5-8   Chair, The Transformation of Campaigns and Elections Network: Politics Panel, 1997 Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Washington, DC. October 16-19   Chair and Discussant, Historical Perspectives on Congress and the Presidency Panel, 1997 Annual Meeting of the New York State Political Science Association, New York, NY, April 18-19   Chair and Discussant, President and Congress: Success, Influence, and Torpedoes  Panel, 1997 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 10-12   Chair and Discussant, American Government Institutions Panel, 1997 Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Political Science Association, Elizabethtown, April 4-5   Distinguished Discussant, Divided Government and the Second Clinton Term and National Security Transition in a Changed World Panels, 28th Annual Student Symposium, Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, March 14-16, 1997   Chair, External Influences on the Internal Workings of Congress Panel; Discussant, The Civil Rights Presidency Panel, 1996 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, August 28-September 1   Discussant, American Government Institutions: Executive-Congressional Relations Panel, 1996 Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Political Science Association, Easton, April 12-13   Distinguished Discussant, United States Foreign and Security Policies in the Post-Cold War Era and The Court: Relations with Congress and the Presidency Panels, 27th Annual Student Symposium, Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, March 15-17, 1996   Chair, The Post-War City and National Politics Panel,  1995 Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Chicago, IL, November 16-19   Discussant, Congress, The President, and Divided Government and Presidents on Capitol Hill Panels, 1995 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, August 31-September 3   Discussant, American Government Institutions: The President, Congress, and Other "Newt" Issues in Legislative Behavior Panel, 1995 Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Political Science Association, Gettysburg, April 7-8   Discussant, Congress and Models of Rational Choice Panel, 1995 Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, Dallas, TX, March 22-25   Distinguished Discussant, Presidential Leadership Panel, 26th Annual Student Symposium, Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, March 24-26, 1995   Discussant, Issues in Presidential Elections Panel, 1994 Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association, Providence, RI, November 10-12   Chair, The Political and Policy Consequences of Divided Government Panel; Discussant,  Studying the Presidency: Methods and Assumptions Panel, 1994 Annual Meeting of the  American Political Science Association, New York, NY, September 1-4   Distinguished Discussant, Presidential Leadership and Civil Rights Panels, 25th Annual Student Symposium, Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, March 18-20, 1994   Discussant, The Clinton Presidency Panel, 1994 Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Albuquerque, NM, March 10-12   Chair and Commentator, Attitudinal Change During And After the Gulf War Panel, 1993 Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Baltimore, MD, November 4-7   Chair, The Modern American Presidency Panel, 1993 Annual Meeting of the Wisconsin Political Science Association, Oshkosh, September 30-October 2   Discussant, Elections and Governance: The Presidential Connection Panel, 1993 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, September 2-5   Distinguished Discussant, Executive and Legislative Relations: Can We End the Gridlock? Panel, 24th Annual Student Symposium, Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, March 19-21, 1993   Discussant, War, Politics and Southeast Asia Panel, Remembering Tet 1968 Conference, Salisbury, MD, November 18-21, 1992   Chair, The Presidency Panel 1992 Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association, Providence, RI, November 12-14   Chair, Environmental Policies Panel, 1992 Annual Meeting of  the New York State Political Science Association, Buffalo, NY, April 24-24   Distinguished Discussant, Term Limits Panel, Twenty-Third Annual Student Symposium Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, March 20-22, 1992   Discussant, Presidential Politics Panels 1992 Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, Austin, TX, March 18-21   Chair, Evaluation of Presidential Performance Panel, 1991 Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA, November 14-16   Distinguished Discussant, Constitutional Issues in an Electronic Age Panel, Twenty-Second Annual Student Symposium, Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, March 22-24, 1991   Distinguished Discussant, Civil Rights, and Budget Panels, Twenty-First Annual Leadership Conference, Center for the Study of the Study of the Presidency, Austin, TX, October 26-28, 1990   Chair and Discussant, Minority Access to Politics Panel, 1990 Annual Meeting of the New York State Political Science Association, Albany, NY, April 20-21   Distinguished Discussant, Congress and the Presidency Panel, Twenty-First Annual Student Symposium, Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, March 18-20, 1990   Distinguished Discussant, Creation of the Presidency Panel, Twentieth Annual Student Symposium, Center for the Study of the Presidency Washington, DC March 17-19, 1989                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Dr. Susan West

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    Dr. West completed her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Chicago in 2005. Her research interests are wide ranging, including Ancient Greek philosophy, existentialism, Nietzsche and psychoanalysis. Dr. West’s teaching interests are reflective of her diverse research interest, with courses taught in History of modern philosophy, history of ancient philosophy and critical thinking.   Contact Information: EH 218 302-857-7322 swest@desu.edu  

Dr. Ahati Toure

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    Dr. Toure received his PhD from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His research and teaching focuses on Afrikan nationalism and Afrikan nationality in the United States, exploring intellectual and cultural dimensions of anticolonialist struggle by Afrikans against European hegemony in the United States. In addition to numerous article publications, Dr. Toure has recently published John Henrik Clarke and the Power of Africana History.   Contact Information: ETV 202 302-857-6631 atoure@desu.edu    

Dr. Niklas Robinson

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    Dr. Robinson earned his PhD from Tulane University with a research focus on modern Latin American environmental history. His forthcoming book focuses on water and energy management policies in southeastern Mexico. His teaching interests include politics, the environment and the Atlantic World.   Contact Information: ETV 208 302-857-6629 nirobinson@desu.edu.     

Dr. Alexa Cawley

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    Dr. Cawley earned her PhD in history from American University, focusing on the colonial history of the Chesapeake region. She focuses on local history and helps area historical societies to develop strategic plans to both preserve local history and educate the public. She has published numerous articles concerning local history.   Contact Information: ETV 206 302-857-7954 acawley@desu.edu.     

Dr. Stephen Taylor

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Dr. Taylor earned his Ph.D. in philosophy at Bryn Mawr College. His research and teaching interests include: John Stuart Mill, Normative Ethical Theory, Political Theory, Bioethics, Medical Ethics, Environmental Ethics, and Business Ethics. In addition to numerous published articles on: bioethics, (a number of topics on) medical ethics, and ethical theory, Dr. Taylor serves as the ethicist on a variety of committees throughout the state of Delaware, including (but not limited to): Bayhealth Medical Center’s Ethics Committee; Delaware Hospice’s Ethics Committee; and the Delaware Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health’s Newborn Screening/Specialty Formula Fund Committee, and their Genetics Advisory Committee. In addition to his faculty responsibilities, Dr. Taylor serves as the Director of The Ethics Resource Site (http://www.desu.edu/ethics-resource-site) at Delaware State University, and serves as the ethicist on a number and variety of programs and projects funded by grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. Contact Information: EH 225 302-857-6634 staylor@desu.edu

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