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Program Faculty Dr. Steven Craig and Dr. Dan Smith

Program Faculty Dr. Stephen Craig and Dr. Dan Smith

  • Stephen C. Craig (Ph.D., Northwestern University), Program Director, Political Behavior, Campaigns and Elections
  • Michael D. Martinez (Ph.D., University of Michigan) Political Behavior, Public Opinion
  • Daniel A. Smith (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison) Political Parties, Campaign Finance, Direct Democracy
  • Michael P. McDonald (Ph.D., University of California, San Diego) American Elections
  • Beth A. Rosenson (Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology) American Politics, American Political Development, Political Communications
  • Sharon Austin (Ph.D., University of Tennessee-Knoxville, 1993) Race, Gender, and Politics
  • Lynn H. Leverty (Ph.D., American University) Campaign Ethics
  • Suzanne Robins (Ph.D., Stony Brooke University) Interest Groups
Lobbying Adjunct Professor Dave Micah with State Senator Bill Montford

Lobbying Adjunct Professor Dave Mica with State Senator Bill Montford

Adjunct Faculty

  • Roger Austin (Ph. D., University of Florida), Campaign Management
  • Doyle Bartlett (J.D., George Washington University), Lobbying
  • Damien Filer, (Clarion Program, Michigan State University), Earned Media
  • Jim Kitchens (Ph.D., University of Florida) Polling
  • David Mica (B.A., University of Florida), Lobbying
  • Ian Rayder (M.A., University of Florida), Fundraising
  • Scott Simpson (M.A., University of Florida), Paid Media
  • Elizabeth Sena (M.A., University of Florida), Advanced Strategy

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