The mission of the Department of Government is to educate students in the areas of government, politics, and international affairs, and by this means to foster more knowledgeable, informed, and active citizenship, as well as more enlightened future political leadership, in the communities to which they belong.
Dr. James Otteson
February 27, 2014,Thursday, 6:00pm, UWF Bldg 51/Room 152There will
be a reception and book signing immediately following the lecture.
The Department of Government offers a
Ours are liberal arts programs, challenging students to think about timeless questions pertaining to the governance of human societies, such as the origin and evolution of law and justice, the workings of political institutions and processes, the exercise of political leadership, the comparative performance of regimes, problems of war and peace, and contemporary political issues.
Summer 2014 Course Offerings Available
|Jocelyn Evans, Assistant Professor and Graduate Student Advisor
Education: Ph.D. University of Oklahoma
Research Interests: Women and Politics, Political Parties, Legislative
Phone: (850) 474-2660
Office: Bldg. 50, Room 125
|Michelle Williams, Assistant Professor and International Studies Advisor
Education: Ph.D. University of Colorado
Research Interests: Right-Wing Radicalism, Political Parties, Europe
Phone: (850) 857-2347
Office: Bldg. 50, Room 124
Bill Tankersley, Associate Professor and Coordinator, Public Administration Department of Professional & Community Leadership (COPS) and Associate Professor, Department of Government (CAS)
Phone: (850) 474-2337
Office: Bldg. 50, Room 120