- Comparative Politics
- MESc, University of Rochester
- M.A., Duke University
- Ph.D., Duke University
A lecturer in the Department of Political Science, he spends most of his time teaching statistics, research design, US Politics and public policy at UTSC even though he still feels squeamish when he needs to use math. In his research, he primarily studies elections and voting behavior in the U.S. and elsewhere but is currently examining patterns of voting on Toronto City Council.
- Political Decision Making