Kyle Scott, PhD
Department of Political Science
and Honors College
University of Houston
212 MD Anderson Library
Houston, TX 77004
University of Houston, Ph.D. (Political Science: American Politics, Political Theory,
Public Law; Dissertation Committee: Ross Lence, Don Lutz, Paul Brace)
University of Texas at Austin, B.A. (Major: Government, Minor: History)
Lecturer, University of Houston (Political Science and Honors College)
Fall 2009-Spring 2011; Fall 2012-Current
Courses: Introduction to Political Theory, Introduction to U.S. and Texas Politics, and Human Situation
Visiting Assistant Professor, Duke University
Fall 2011-Spring 2012
Courses: Political Parties, Campaigns and Elections, Constitutional Law
Assistant Professor, University of North Florida (tenure-track)
Fall 2007-Spring 2008
Courses Taught: Political Thought and Action, Congress and Legislative Processes,
Democratic Theory, Introduction to American Politics
Visiting Assistant Professor, Miami University
Fall 2005-Summer 2007
Courses Taught: Administrative Law, American Political System, Criminal
Justice, Constitutional Law & Politics, and Civil Rights & Liberties
Editorial Associate, Social Science Quarterly
Spring 2003-Spring 2004
Editor: Robert L. Lineberry
Teacher, Hyde Park Baptist Schools, Grades 9-12
Fall 2001-Spring 2002
Courses Taught: World History Pre-AP, World Geography, Government
Teacher, Mountain Shadows Academy, Grades 8-12
Fall 2000-Spring 2001
Courses Taught: World History, World Geography, U.S. History, Government
Lone Star College System Board of Trustees, Position #2, (Term expires 2019)
2013 Federalist Papers: A Reader’s Guide
Bloomsbury (simultaneous hardback and paperback release)
2011 Federalism: Theory and Practice
Continuum Publishers (simultaneous hardback and paperback release)
Reviewed in Political Studies 2013, Australian Journal of Political Science 2012, Swiss
Political Science Review 2012, Reviewed and
Recommended in Choice December 2011.
2009 The Price of Politics: Lessons from Kelo v. City of New London
Lexington Books (simultaneous hardback and paperback release)
Reviewed and Recommended in Choice August 2010.
2007 Dismantling American Common Law: Liberty and Justice in Our Transformed Courts.
Lexington Books. (Paperback July 2008, Hardback reviewed in Choice and
Law & Politics Book Review Vol 18:8)
Forthcoming, “Puerto Rico: The Evolution of America’s Corporate Tax Haven,” Journal of Legal
2014, “The Political Value of Humility,” Acta Politica. Vol. 49: 217-233.
2013, “Locke, Girard, and Money,” Journal of Markets and Morality. Vol. 16.2.
2012, “Macrolevel Consent: A Defense of Federalism,” Publius. Vol. 42:4.
2011 “Magna Carta: A Theory and History of Unified Rights,” The Original Law
Review Vol. 7:1.
2009 “Lessons from the Crito” Polis: The Journal of the Society for Greek Political Thought
2009 “Montesquieu and the English Common Law”
Review Journal of Political Philosophy Vol. 7:1.
2009 “Mandeville as a Satirist” Politics and Policy. Vol. 37:2.
2009 “A Girardian Critique of the Liberal Democratic Peace Theory”
Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and Culture Vol. 15/16.
2008 “Explaining Judicial Reform: An Analysis of State Adoption Patterns of
Intermediate Appellate Courts”
American Review of Politics Vol. 29:1.
2007 “Does the Law Matter? An Examination of How a State’s Legal Environment
Impacts Judicial Decision-Making”
American Review of Politics Vol. 28:3.
2007 “The Impact of Common Law on Judicial Decision-Making”
International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing Vol. 3:4.
2009 “The Impact of Judicial Independence on Administrative Staffing:
A Reappraisal” Journal of Law and Politics. Vol. 25.
2009 “A Platonic Critique of Codification” The Journal Jurisprudence . Vol. 3.
2008 “Judicial Selection Method,” Florida A&M Law Review.
2008 (with undergraduate Matt Kern) “We Hear You Knockin’ but You Can’t Come In: The
Case of No-Knock Entry” Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal. Vol. 7:2.
Encyclopedia Entries, Op-Eds, Trade Journals and other General Audience Outlets:
Since May 2013 I have been a columnist for UK Progressive and The Observer Group. My articles for these two publications will not be listed individually after May 2013 due to volume.
2014 Op-Ed “Flat screens in the classroom produce students with flat minds,” Providence
2014 Op-Ed “Keep technology out of the classrooms,” Austin-American Statesman.
2014 Op-Ed “Tea Party Lessons,” Baltimore Sun.
2014 Op-Ed “Exposing the minimum wage fallacy,” Deseret News.
2014 Op-Ed “South Sudan and Secession: How to do better next time,” South Sudan News
Agency and South Sudan Nation.
2013 “Federalism” and “Voltaire,” in Encyclopedia of Modern Political Theory, CQ
2013 Op-Ed (with John J. Theis) “Power starts at the local level,” Houston Chronicle.
2013 Op-Ed, “Thanksgiving becomes just another shopping day,” Providence Journal and
2013 Op-Ed, “College system plays on racial stereotypes,” Houston Chronicle.
2013 Op-Ed “Foundation for learning starts with liberal arts,” Houston Chronicle.
2013 Op-Ed “One way to address the immigration debate,” Desert News.
2013 Op-Ed “Government subsidies drive up the cost of education,” Houston Chronicle.
2013 “There’s no such thing as a free education,” Liberty.
2013 Op-Ed “Saving Money is costing students,” New Jersey Star-Ledger.
2013 Op-Ed “Rather than add debt, LSCS should better utilize facilities,” Houston Chronicle.
2013 Op-Ed “Community colleges need to return to their mission,” Cleveland Advocate, Dayton
News, and Eastex Advocate.
2013 Op-Ed “Blocking the majority’s will is a constitutional fundamental,” History News
Network and Bakersfield Californian.
2013 Op-Ed “A little fear is a dangerous thing,” The Washington Times.
2013 Op-Ed “Women in combat is more than a gender issue,” Orlando Sentinel.
2013 Op-Ed “Gridlock is a good thing,” Providence Journal.
2013 Op-Ed “Gun Rights, Constitutional Interpretation and Plato,” UK Progressive.
2013 “What football can teach us about a centrally planned economy,” Liberty.
2012 Op-Ed “Will John Boehner, President Obama master the art of humility before ‘fiscal
cliff’?” Christian Science Monitor.
2012 Op-Ed “We’ve been here before,” UK Progressive.
2012 Op-Ed “No new taxes without spending limits,” Washington Times.
2012 Op-Ed “Do nation’s have the right to exist?” Birmingham News and UK Progressive.
2012 Op-Ed “The Politics of Yes,” Houston Chronicle and Liberty.
2012 “Distorting the energy market,” Liberty.
2012 Op-Ed “Voters only care about themselves,” Detroit News and Tampa Tribune.
2012 Op-Ed “Gun crimes don’t happen because of weak laws,” Washington Times.
2012 Op-Ed “Religious Freedom and the DNC,” UK Progressive.
2012 “Non-Governmental Reform,” Liberty.
2012 Op-Ed “Low interest rates are messing up stocks,” The Province (Vancouver) and The
Daily Progress. Reprinted as “Facebook stock looked sexy, but it’s dropping fast,”
2012 Op-Ed “Why a mandate for individuals but not for states,” Durham Herald Sun.
2012 Op-Ed “Whither the Occupy Movement,” Oakland Tribune, South Florida Sun-Sentinel,
Durham Herald Sun, UK Progressive.
2012 Op-Ed “Assessing stand-your-ground,” Houston Chronicle. reprinted in Des Moines
Register and UK Progressive.
2012 “A Lesson in Politics from Mark Twain,” Arator, vol. 3.1.
2012 Op-Ed “Drones Threaten Privacy,” Washington Times.
2012 “Schools: What kind of reform?” Liberty.
2012 Op-Ed “Web of anonymity breeds bad behavior,” Calgary Sun.
2012 “Should the Bank’s Loss be the Law’s Gain?” Liberty.
2012 Op-Ed “Self-funding an ominous sign,” Connecticut Post.
2012 Op-Ed “With ‘God on their side,’Romney and the Republicans may very well prevail,”
Christian Science Monitor.
2012 Op-Ed “Gay Marriage opposition could backfire on GOP,” Houston Chronicle.
2012 Op-Ed “Adam Yauch’s work in Tibet more important than ever,” Huffington Post.
2012 Op-Ed “Is the Tea Party finally over,” Calgary Sun.
2012 Op-Ed “North Korea Missile Tests Exposes Inconsistencies in American Foreign Policy,”
Victoria Advocate, Montgomery Advertiser and The Reporter (CA)/Bay Area News
2012 Op-Ed “Outcry Appropriate, Judgment Isn’t,” Orlando Sentinel.
2012 Op-Ed “Why Zimmerman should not be crucified (yet),” Christian Science Monitor.
2012 Op-Ed “A sad Bye-Bye to Moderate Mitt,” The Providence Journal.
2012 Op-Ed “Why it should be Obama vs. Santorum,” Raleigh News and Observer and “An
Obama-Santorum Match Up would be Good for the Country,” Baltimore Sun and
reprinted in Sacramento Bee, Lima News, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Oregonian (selected as the #4 must read opinion piece by New Statesman), McClatchy DC, Bellingham Herald, Savannah Morning News, Kerrville Daily Times, Tacoma News Tribune, St. Augustine Record, Bradenton Herald, Youngstown Vindicator, The Providence Journal.
2012 Op-Ed“Reduce Campaign Contribution Incentives,” Fayetteville Observer.
2012 Op-Ed “Paul the only one who can Challenge Romney over the Long Haul,” Charlotte
2012 Op-Ed “Iowa’s Won and Done; on to New Hampshire,” Richmond Times-Dispatch, “This
Race is Romney’s to Lose,” Philadelphia Inquirer, “What Iowa Means for the Republicans,” Oakland Tribune, Fremont Argus, and Hayward Review, “Iowa Knows They need a More Centrist Nominee,” South Florida Sun-Sentinel, “Iowa opts for Romney and Realism,” Raleigh News and Observer.
2011 Op-Ed “Why aren’t Mitt Romney and Andrew Luck in the Lead,” Des Moines Register
FoxSports.net, and Durham Herald-Sun.
2011 Op-Ed “Moneyball is an unintentional allegory for the economy,” Forbes.
2011 Op-Ed “Want Government Assistance? Roll Up Sleeves for Interference,” Palm Beach
2011 Op-Ed “Day 1 of the Libyan Experiment,” Reuters.com. Reposted by Dallas Morning News
2011 Op-Ed “Why Democrats Can’t Hold a Permanent Advantage,” FoxNews.com.
2011 Op-Ed “Federalism: Much Discussed, Badly Understood,” with Troy Kickler in Durham
2011 Op-Ed “Why wait for Washington Politics to Change? Go Local,” Christian Science
Monitor. Reprinted in Alaska Dispatch and Yahoo! News.
2011 Op-Ed “As Debt Deadline Looms we need Leadership,” Orlando Advocate, The Daily
Messenger, Brighton –Pittsford Post.
2011 Op-Ed “Magic Thinking Won’t Solve Energy Woes,” Richmond Times-Dispatch.
2011 “Acting Ethically is the only Option,” EHS Today, Military Matters, Latin Biz, Eastern
Pennsylvania Business Journal and Personal Excellence.
2011 Op-Ed “Imminent Flooding should bring Eminent Domain,” Dubuque Telegraph-Herald,
“Flooding Farms without paying the Price,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, and “Eminent Domain Protections Lost in Numbers Game,” Columbia Missourian.
2011 Op-Ed “The Government Should Lead in Austerity,” Cincinnati Enquirer.
2011 “Business Ethics: Do What’s Right, or What’s Right Now?” Industrial Distribution,
Tech Journal, Virginia Pilot and Ledger Star, Personal Excellence, Business Partner, Virginia Engineer.
2011 Op-Ed “Resisting the Urge to Intervene in Libya,” Washington Times.
2011 Op-Eds on Wisconsin Standoff in Duluth News Tribune and Lampasas Dispatch Record.
2011 “Delegation of Duties,” OTC Magazine.
2011 Op-Eds on Tea Party and realignment in Henrietta Post and Daily News Journal
2011 “Managing Ethnic Tension in the Work Place,” Exchange: Magazine for
Business/Economic Development/Entrepreneurs, AnswerStat: The Medical Call Center
Magazine, and Inside Business
2011 Op-Eds on the shooting in Tucson, AZ in Ludington Daily News, Shreveport
Times, The Buffalo News, Orlando Advocate, Victor Post
2011 Op-Eds on secession referendum in Sudan in Cedar Rapids Gazette and Erie
2008 “Administrative Law,” “State Supreme Courts,” and “Jurisdiction” Encyclopedia of
American Government and Civics. Facts-on-File.
2008 “Common Law,” “Charles S. Hyneman,” and “Johannes Althusius” International
Encyclopedia of Political Science. CQ Press.
2007 “Testing Schattschneider: The Impact of Party Competition on State Welfare Policy” ESRS
2007 “Buckley v. Valeo” (with undergraduate Matthew Kern) Encyclopedia of the First
Amendment. CQ Press.
2006 “Secession” (with Matthew K. DeSantis), “Nullification” (solo author)
Federalism in America: An Encyclopedia. Greenwood Press.
Work under Review:
Virtue and Vice in a Commercial Republic: From Mandeville to Madoff
(Proposal under review with a university press)
Policy Networks and Institutional Reform
The American Hive: Mandeville and the American Adaptation
Edited Volume with Introductory Essay
Finding Solutions for a Polarized Nation
“Puerto Rico: Tax Haven or 51st State?” (with Tom Shultz, Miami University, Farmer School of
Journal of Legal Tax Research, Revise and Resubmit
“Revisiting what we Know about the Tenure of Presidential Cabinet Appointments: A Research
Note” (with graduate student David Zellers)
The Leadership Quarterly
Conference Presentations, Media Appearances, Guest Lectures, Shorter Writings:
Presenter, “Ethical Leadership,” Normative Business Ethics Workshop, Wharton School of
Business, University of Pennsylvania, May 2014.
Presenter, “Locke, Girard, and Money,” American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL,
Presenter, “The Political Value of Humility,” Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL,
Presenter (Accepted), “Humility and Deliberation,” American Political Science Association, New
Orleans, LA, Aug.-Sep. 2012.
Presenter, “Deliberative Democracy’s Missing Virtue: Why Humility is Required for Productive
Discourse,” Southwestern Social Science Association, San Diego, CA, April 2012.
Interviewed on Newt Gingrich, “Gingrich Turns on the Charm,” March 29, 2012, US News and
Interviewed on Super Tuesday by DW Broadcasts (Germany), March 7, 2012
Letter to the Editor, “Obama’s Energy Policy may give Republicans Advantage,” March 4, 2012,
Interviewed on Occupy Wall Street by The Times and Democrat, November 16, 2011, Christian
Science Monitor, December 5, 2011, and Philadelphia Tribune, December 7, 2011.
Interviewed on Herman Cain by Philadelphia Tribune, October 23, 2011.
Interviewed on 970 AM Tampa on Democratic Party, October 12, 2011.
Interviewed on Electoral College reform by Philadelphia Tribune, article appeared September 25,
Interviewed on Education Reform by “Abdul in the Morning,” WXNT 1430 AM, Indianapolis,
IN, May 2011.
Interviewed for Federalism on WFAN-AM New York, NY; KXYL AM-FM Brownwood, TX;
WICH-AM Norwich, CT; WNTJ-AM Johnstown, PA; WLTP-AM Vienna, WV; WAMV-AM Amherst, VA; WSAT-AM Salisbury, NC; WATD-FM Boston, MA; WOCA-FM Ocala, FL; KWYK-FM Farmington, NM; WSIU-FM Carbondale, IL; KLBM-AM La Grande, OR; KCMN-AM Colorado Springs, CO; WESB-AB Bradford PA/Oclean, NY; KBEM-FM Minneapolis, MN; WBEX-AM Chilicothe, OH. April 2011, 90.1 FM WUSB Stony Brook, NY August 2011.
Interviewed on business ethics by The Magazine for Environment, Health, and Safety, March 11, 2011.
Interviewed on judicial elections by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, February 14, 2011.
Interviewed on separatist movements by Sacramento News and Review, February 4, 2011.
Interviewed on the U.S. Economy, 90.1 FM, WUSB, Stony Brook, NY, January 11, 2011.
Invited Lecture, “Face it, You could be wrong,” Shaftesbury Lecture, John Locke Foundation,
Raleigh, NC, September 2011.
Presenter, “A Virtue Ethics Defense of Federalism,” Felician Ethics Conference, Rutherford, NJ,
Presenter, “(Un)Locke(ing) the Desire to Acquire: Using Girard to Understand Locke’s Theory of
Money,” COV&R Conference, Notre Dame, IN, June 2010.
Presenter, “Veto: It’s Not Only for the Senate,” Midwest Political Science Association,
Chicago, IL, April 2010.
Presenter, “Enhancing Federalism and Deliberative Democracy Through Nullification,”
Northeastern Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA, November 2009.
Invited Speaker, “Reuniting Life, Liberty, and Property: Using Kelo to Expose the Consequences
of Politicizing Rights.” Campbell University School of Law, Sponsored by the John
Locke Foundation and North Carolina History Project, November 2009.
Guest Lecturer, “Explaining how Federalism can Replace Judicial Review.” Campbell Univesrity
School of Law, 3L class on North Carolina’s Constitution, November 2009.
Invited Speaker, “Reuniting Life, Liberty, and Property: Using Kelo to Expose the Consequences
of Politicizing Rights.” North Carolina State University, The Society of Politics,
Economics and Law, November 2009.
Guest Lecturer, “Uniting the NAACP and the Cato Institute: How Property Makes Strange
Bedfellows.” Duke University, Department of Political Science, November 2009.
Presenter, “Puerto Rico: Tax Haven or 51st State” (with Tom Shultz) The American Taxation
Association Mid-Year Conference, Orlando, FL, February 2009.
Presenter, “Saving Federalism from Relativism.” Northeastern Political Science Association,
Boston, MA, November 2008
Presenter, “The Socratic Critique of Positivism.” Law, Culture and Humanities Conference,
Berkeley, CA, March 2008.
Presenter, “The Socratic Critique of Codification.” Southern Political Science Association
Conference in New Orleans, LA, January 2008.
Presenter, “State Reactions to Kelo v. City of New London.” Southern Political
Science Association Conference in New Orleans, LA, January 2008.
Presenter, “A Girardian Critique of the Liberal Democratic Peace Theory.” International Studies
Association-Northeast Region Conference (Joint with NPSA) in Philadelphia, PA,
Presenter, “Lessons from the Crito.” Northeast American Political Science Association
Conference (Joint with ISA-NE) in Philadelphia, PA, November 2007.
Invited Speaker, “Who Holds the Power in American Democracy?” American Democracy
Project, Jacksonville, FL, March 2008.
Invited Speaker, “A Justification and Qualification of Civil Disobedience” The Other Club,
Jacksonville, FL, October 2007.
Presenter, (with undergraduate Matthew Kern and graduate student Jeremy Martin)
“We Hear You Knockin’ But You Can’t Come In: The Case of No-Knock Entry” Midwest Political Science Association Conference in Chicago, IL, April 2007.
Presenter, “Mandeville’s View of Virtue and the Role it Serves in a Republic.”
Pacific Northwest Political Science Association Conference in Bend, OR, October 2006, Northeastern Political Science Association Conference in Boston, MA, November 2006, Southern Political Science Association Conference in New Orleans, LA, January 2007, and the Midwest Political Science Association Conference in Chicago, IL, April 2007.
Presenter, “The Impact of Judicial Independence on Administrative Staffing”
Northeastern Political Science Association Conference in Boston, MA, November 2006 and Midwest Political Science Association Conference in Chicago, IL, April 2007.
Presenter, “The Common Law as a Casualty: How the Conflict between the
Jeffersonians and the Federalists led to the Destruction of American Common Law.” Conference of Policy History, Charlottesville, VA, June 2006.
Presenter, “Why States Modify their Judicial Structures: An Analysis of the Decision to
Reform the Method of Judicial Selection and Adoption of Intermediate Appellate
Courts.” Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 2006.
Presenter (with graduate student David Zellers), “What Influences Tenure in the
President’s Cabinet? A Longitudinal Study.” Midwest Political Science
Association, Chicago, IL, April 2006.
Presenter, “Why States Adopt Intermediate Appellate Courts” Southwestern Political
Science Association Conference, San Antonio, TX April 2006.
Presenter, “Reforming the Method of Judicial Selection: A State-Level Analysis of the
Political Factors that Impact the Decision to Reform” Western Political Science
Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM, March 2006.
Presenter, “What Influences Tenure in the President’s Cabinet? A Longitudinal Study.”
Western Political Science Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM,
Presenter, “To What Degree Does a State’s Commitment to Common Law Impact
Judges’ Decisions? An Analysis of State Supreme Court Decisions”
Southern Political Science Association Conference, Atlanta, GA, January
Presenter, “Montesquieu and the British Common Law” Georgia Political Science Association
Conference, Savannah, GA, November 2005.
Presenter, “A Comparative Analysis of Party Competition Across the States”
Georgia Political Science Association Conference, Savannah, GA, November
Presenter (with Ross Lence and Justin Jenson), “Reconsidering Brown v Board of
Education” Southern Political Science Association Conference, New Orleans,
LA, January 2004.
Other Conference Participation:
Chair and Discussant, “Alienation, Fear, Degeneration, and Rhetoric,” Midwest Political Science
Association, Chicago, IL, April 2013.
Chair and Discussant, “Reading Plato,” Southwestern Social Science Association,
San Diego, CA, April 2012.
Discussant, “Democracy and the Working Class,” Midwest Political Science Association,
Chicago, IL, April 2010.
Respondent, “The Unwritten Teachings in Plato’s Symposium: Socrates’ Initiation into the
Arithmos of Eros.” Ancient Philosophy Society Conference, Baltimore, MD, April
Chair and Discussant, “Theorizing Justice/Injustice.” Law, Culture and Humanities Conference,
San Francisco, CA, March 2008.
Chair, “Rethinking Sovereignty: Hobbes, Carlyle, and the Politics of Recognition.” Southern
Political Science Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, January 2008.
Chair and Discussant, “Trial Judge Decision Making and Public Policy.” Southern Political
Science Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, January 2008.
Discussant, “State and Local Entrepreneurship and Agenda-Setting” Midwest Political
Science Association Conference Chicago, IL, April 2007.
Discussant, “Mill” Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, April 2007.
Chair, “Criminal Procedure and Constitutional Doctrine” Midwest Political Science Association
Conference, Chicago, IL, April 2007.
Discussant, “Liberalism, Property and Deliberation: Contemporary Reflections” Southern
Political Science Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, January 2007.
Discussant, “State Courts” Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, April
Chair and Discussant, “Getting Local: Exploring Sub-State Level Politics and Policy
Outcomes.” Southwestern Political Science Association Conference, San
Antonio, TX, April 2006.
Fellowships and Awards:
Recognition for Teaching Evaluations in the Top-5% university wide, Duke University, Fall 2011
Manuscript Preparation Award, Miami University, Summer 2007 ($500)
Earhart Graduate Fellowship Fall 2004-Spring 2005
McBrayer Award Nomination for Best Paper Presented at 2004 Georgia Political Science Association Meeting
Additional Academic Training:
Inter-University Consortium for Social and Political Research, University of Michigan,
The Teaching of Writing in Content Courses, Miami University Center for Writing
Excellence, November 2005
Texas Teaching Certification: Secondary Social Studies Composite (Grades 6-12)
Student Advising and University Service:
Faculty Advisor for Fencing Club and Swing Dancing Club, UH, 2010-Current
Outstanding Faculty Service Award Selection Committee, UNF, Spring 2008
Brett Waite, Senior Honors Thesis, Fall 2007
Faculty Advisor for Mock Trial, UNF, Fall 2007-Spring 2008
Ryan N. Schmidt, Senior Honors Thesis, Spring 2007
Stephanie Patton, Independent Study, Fall 2006 and Undergraduate Original Research Seminar,
Matthew Kern, Undergraduate Original Research Seminar, Spring 2006
Kelly Norman, Internship Advisor, Spring 2007
Pre-Law Advisor, Miami University, Fall 2005-Spring 2007
Faculty Advisor for Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, Fall 2006-Spring 2007
Faculty Advisor, and Founder, for the Philosophy Reading Group, Fall 2006-Spring 2007
Reviewer for Journal of Politics, Publius, Political Research Quarterly, Polis, Anamnesis,
American Review of Politics, J. of Research in Int’l Business and Management, and Int’l J. of Peace and Development Studies, University of Alabama Press
External Tenure Reviewer, SUNY-Oneonta