Major in Government and Politics

Bachelor of Arts Degree • School of Arts and Sciences

Government and Politics Major


Jun Kwon, Assistant Professor of Government and Politics

Jun T. Kwon

, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Government

Phone: (315) 223-2473
Office: 123 DePerno Hall

Jun Kwon, Assistant Professor of Government and Politics, earned a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Georgia and a master's in Asian studies from Cornell University. Previously he worked as an assistant professor at the University of North Georgia. ...More About Jun T. Kwon

Professor Theodore Orlin, J.D.

Theodore (Ted) S. Orlin

, J.D.
Phone: (315) 792-3267
Office: 122 DePerno Hall

Theodore Orlin, J.D., is the Harold T. Clark Jr. Professor Emeritus of Human Rights Scholarship and Advocacy at Utica College, Utica, New York. He is a founder and Director of the Human Rights Advocacy Program (HRAP). ...More About Theodore S. Orlin

Professor Luke Perry

Luke E. Perry

, Ph.D.
Associate Professor-Government & Politics

Phone: (315) 223-2567
Office: 122 DePerno Hall

Luke Perry is a tenured Associate Professor and chair of the Department of Government and Politics at Utica College. Perry was a graduate fellow at the University of Massachusetts where he earned an M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science with expertise in American politics and comparative politics. ...More About Luke E. Perry

Professor Nathaniel Richmond

Nathaniel I. Richmond

, Ph.D.
Professor of Government

Phone: (315) 792-3205
Office: 123 DePerno Hall

Nathaniel Richmond, Ph.D., teaches courses in comparative politics, international politics, and political ideologies. Dr. Richmond serves as a consultant to local governments and is a member of the editorial advisory board of Annual Editions: American Foreign Policy. Dr. Richmond's advanced degrees (M.A./Ph.D.) are from George Washington University. ...More About Nathaniel I. Richmond

Professor Daniel Tagliarina

Daniel C. Tagliarina

, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Government

Phone: (315) 792-3307
Office: 123 DePerno Hall

Professor Tagliarina earned his bachelor's degree in political science from Bowling Green State University and his master's and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Connecticut. His research interests include American constitutional law, religion and politics, law and society and human rights.


Luke E. Perry, Ph.D.
Chair, Government & Politics
126 DePerno Hall

(315) 223-2567
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