Teaching Experience

More than 20 years of college level teaching in law, graduate, and undergraduate students.

Courses Taught

Policy Political Analysis and Methodology; Research Methods; Public Policy; Corporate Power and American Politics; Welfare Reform; Introduction to Planning.

American Introduction to American Politics; American Bureaucracy; State and Local Politics; Urban Politics; Political Participation; Senior Seminar - Supervised senior theses; Race, Class, and Gender in American Politics; State and Local Politics; The Politics and Government of Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Philosophy History of Political Thought; Professional Ethics; Transformation of 20th Century Marxism; Art, Politics, and Social Criticism; American Political Thought (cross listed with the Minorities' Studies program); Philosophy of Law; Modern Political Thought (cross listed with Women's Studies)

Law Election Law; Criminal Justice; Constitutional Law; Civil Rights and Liberties (cross listed with the Women's Studies and Minorities' Studies programs); Judicial Process: including women and the law and feminist legal theory (cross listed with the Women's Studies program); Jurisprudence; Law and Social Change; Law and Justice; State Constitutional Law.

Law School Judicial Regulation of the Political Process; Election Law; State Constitutional Law; State and Local Government Law; Professional Responsibility (legal ethics).

Graduate Professional Ethics; Housing and Economic Policy; Alternative Service Delivery; Research Methods; Foundations of Public Administration; Advanced Research Methods; Introduction to Planning; Advanced Policy Analysis.

Teaching Experience

Visiting Professor,  Department of Law, American University Armenia (Spring 2007).

Professor, Hamline University, Graduate School of Public Administration and Management (2004 -).

Associate Professor, Hamline University, Graduate School of Public Administration (2001 - present) Teaching responsibilities include:Doctorate in Public Administration; Masters of Arts in Management;Masters of Arts in Non-Profit Administration; Masters of Arts in Public Administration.

Assistant Professor, Hamline University, Graduate School of Public Administration (1999 - present)

Adjunct Professor, Hamline University, Department of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science (2000 - present)

Adjunct Professor, Hamline University, School of Law (2002 - present)

Adjunct Professor, University of Minnesota, School of Law (1999 - present)

Adjunct Professor, University of St. Thomas School of Law (2002 - present)

Adjunct Professor, University of Wisconsin, River Falls, Department of Political Science (1999 - present)

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin, River Falls, Department of Political Science (1996 - 1999)

Adjunct Professor, Minneapolis Community College, Department of Political Science (1995 - present)

Visiting Professor, University of Minnesota, Department of Political Science (1995)

Assistant Professor, Trinity University, Department of Political Science (1991 - 1994)

Lecturer, Lackland Air Force Base, Human Rights Program (1991-1994)

Assistant Professor, Gustavus Adolphus College, Department of Political Science (1989 - 1991)

Instructor, University of Minnesota, Department of Political Science (1988 - 1989)

Instructor, Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Department of Political Science (1988)