Emeritus, Adjunct and Part-Time Instructors
Robert Alessi Esq., Practicing Attorney
Instructor: POL 391, Principles of Law
Partner, New York City law firm
Columbia University School of Law, J.D., Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
Stony Brook University, B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Pi Sigma Alpha
Courts to Which Admitted:
U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. Courts of Appeals for the First,
"The Emerging Judicial Hostility to the Typical Damages
Civil Litigation; Civil/Criminal Investigations (e.g., DOJ,
Attorney, Beekman Schwartz Kaufman & Livoti, LLP
Instructor: POL 319, Business Law
Annamarie Donovan, Esq.
Practicing Attorney, 1994-present. J.D., Touro Law School. Guest Lecturer at The Oxford Round Table, Oxford University, England. March 2004 and March 2005 on Women's Rights and Gender Equity; April 2007 on Women's Rights and Freedoms; August 2008, Women's Leadership in Politics and the Professions; March, 2010, Women at Work: Benefits and Barriers.
Interests: Law; Advocacy; Women's Rights and Gender Equity. Web: www.donovanlawfirm.com EMAIL: email@example.com
Robert F. Ewald, Esq.
J.D. - St. John's University
Asst. Dist. Atty. - Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 1980-date
Interests: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Advocacy, Ethics, Fundamentals of Political Science, Judiciary
R. Stephanie Good, Esq.
New York Times Best-Selling Author
J.D., LL.M.in International Law, Hofstra University School of Law
Stony Brook University Political Science Department's 2009 Distinguished Alumnus
2008 CAPS (Child Abuse Protection Service) Honoree
2012 Frank Myers Undergraduate Teaching Awardee.
Public Service Awardee, 2010 from Congressman Timothy Bishop
Interests: Public Interest Law; Environmental Law; Child Advocacy; Internet Safety; Public Policy
Visiting Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Maryland
Interests: American politics, public opinion, political psychology, quantitative research methods, and political behavior.
Instructor: Intergroup Attitudes and Politics
Leading Professor. Ph.D., New York University, 1967
Research Interests: Comprehensive Regional and Urban Planning; Environmental Planning; Intergovernmental Relations and American Federalism; Coastal Zone Planning and Analysis
MAPP Program Instructor (Public Budgeting and Finance)
Distinguished Teaching Professor. Ph.D., Columbia University, 1965
Research Interests: Comparative Politics; Political Theory
Visiting Assistant Professor. Ph.D., University of North Carolina
Research Interests: Public Opinion, Political Psychology, Bayesian Statistics, Measurement Models
Instructor: POL 504 Research Design
M.A., NYU, 2010.
Research Interests: World Politics, American Government
Harold Withers, Ph.D. Fordham University
Former Deputy Director of Planning for Suffolk County, Former Commissioner Board of Elections, Former Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, Former Town Councilman, FOrmer Chairma Suffolki County GOP.
Interests: Public policy; Federalism
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