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  • John Martin, Assistant Professor, Political Science & Philosophy

    Assistant Professor, Political Science & Philosophy
    Wilmington Campus
    University of Delaware
    Room 202, UD Downtown Center
    (302) 571-5239

    Biography

    Biography

    ​Prior to joining the Associate in Arts program in Wilmington (2008), I had over 20 years experience teaching in a wide range of universities and colleges including Rutgers University, Vanderbilt University, Lehigh University, Wabash College (IN), Moravian College (PA), Albright College (PA) and Dowling College (NY). 

    I especially enjoy working in the teaching-oriented and student-learning-focused environment of the Associate in Arts Program. My classes often include lively and thoughtful conversations about current events, in a respectful and tolerant atmosphere. As I also teach on the main campus, it is especially nice to run into former students from the program who are completing their degree program at the University of Delaware in Newark.

    I am also actively involved in, and foster student involvement in, a number of community groups such as the YWCA, where I serve as a facilitator for small-group discussion sessions focused on issues of race and racism), as well as the Coalition to End the New Jim Crow, Delaware United, and a variety of UD’s Community Engagement initiatives.

    Education

    ​B.A., Political Science and Philosophy, 1981, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA 

    M.A., Political Science, 1985, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 

    Ph.D., Political Science, 1995, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

    Courses Taught

    ​POSC 150: American Political System

    POSC 220: Introduction to Public Policy

    POSC 285: Introduction to Political Theory

    PHIL 201: Social and Political Philosophy

    POSC 387 American Political Thought

    PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy

    AFRA/SOCI 215: Race in Society

    Prior Appointments

    Rutgers University

    Vanderbilt University

    Lehigh University

    Wabash College (IN)

    Moravian College (PA)

    Albright College (PA)

    Dowling College (NY)​

 

 

Room 202, UD Downtown Center<div class="ExternalClass83AFA9E6F45F4E36A8E564290539BD02"><p>​Prior to joining the Associate in Arts program in Wilmington (2008), I had over 20 years experience teaching in a wide range of universities and colleges including Rutgers University, Vanderbilt University, Lehigh University, Wabash College (IN), Moravian College (PA), Albright College (PA) and Dowling College (NY). </p><p> I especially enjoy working in the teaching-oriented and student-learning-focused environment of the Associate in Arts Program. My classes often include lively and thoughtful conversations about current events, in a respectful and tolerant atmosphere. As I also teach on the main campus, it is especially nice to run into former students from the program who are completing their degree program at the University of Delaware in Newark.</p><p> I am also actively involved in, and foster student involvement in, a number of community groups such as the YWCA, where I serve as a facilitator for small-group discussion sessions focused on issues of race and racism), as well as the Coalition to End the New Jim Crow, Delaware United, and a variety of UD’s Community Engagement initiatives. </p></div><div class="ExternalClassE3235792BAB94C13ADA4681FD3D69F63"><p>​B.A., Political Science and Philosophy, 1981, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA </p><p> M.A., Political Science, 1985, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ </p><p>Ph.D., Political Science, 1995, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ</p></div><div class="ExternalClassD02CEA118A3E4506A32B377C6487D02A"><p>​POSC 150: American Political System</p><p>POSC 220: Introduction to Public Policy</p><p>POSC 285: Introduction to Political Theory</p><p>PHIL 201: Social and Political Philosophy</p><p>POSC 387 American Political Thought</p><p>PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy</p><p>AFRA/SOCI 215: Race in Society<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass861EB083229245A08AF0C269818446AF"><p>Rutgers University</p><p>Vanderbilt University</p><p>Lehigh University</p><p>Wabash College (IN)</p><p>Moravian College (PA)</p><p>Albright College (PA)</p><p>Dowling College (NY)​</p></div>BiographyEducationCourses TaughtPrior Appointmentsjmartin@udel.eduMartin, John(302) 571-5239<img alt="John Martin" src="/Images%20Bios/Martin_John-020720-006.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Assistant Professor, Political Science & PhilosophyWilmington Campus

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  • Associate in Arts Program
  • UD Academic Center
  • 300 N. Orange St.
  • Wilmington, DE 19801
  • Phone: (302) 571-5395
  • Fax: (302) 657-5198