Faculty in the Political Science Program research and teach in the areas of American Government, Political Theory, American Political Thought, Public Law, Research Methodology, and International Politics.
Aaron D. Hoffman, Ph.D.
Ph.D. – The Catholic University of America
Office: Pasteur 208-B (P208B)
Lee Remington Williams, J.D., Ph.D.
J.D. – University of Louisville
Ph.D. – University of Kentucky
Office: Pasteur 206-A (P206A)
Eric P. Roorda, Ph.D. (Professor of History)
Ph.D. – The Johns Hopkins University
Office: Pasteur 208-A (P208A)
Teaches cross-listed courses in History and Political Science
Robert G. Pfaadt, M.A. (Chair, Department of History and Political Science)
M.A. – Arizona State University
Office: Pasteur 208-E (P208E)
Chairs the History Department and the Political Science Program & teaches History courses