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Paul Roesler, Professor of Political Science
Courses I teach (click on the links for more information)
American Government (POL 101)
International Relations (POL 201)
Comparative Politics (POL 210)
Courses taught less frequently
Middle East Politics (POL 220)
Campaigns & the Media (POL 299)
Popular Myths & Political Realities (POL 299)
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Search for courses at SCC
SCC Academic Calendar Page (last day of class...)
SCC Campus directory
Register to vote! -- you can also verify if you are registered
Roesler's Summary of the 2010 Healthcare Reform Law (Obamacare)
I am originally from St. Louis and have taught at SCC since 1993.
I have also lived and taught in Spain and the Czech Republic
I have been married since 1992 and have 2 children.
B.A. University of Missouri, Columbia- Political Science & Spanish
M.A. University of Missouri, Columbia - Political Science, emphasis in Comparative Politics
Other Graduate work -- Washington University in St. Louis
Follow Roesler's tumblr blog for a wide variety of interesting articles & clips
League of Women Voters website
Go here to take a practice US Citizenship test
Click here for info on past study tours, including photos and video slideshows
Click here for info on majoring in Political Science or obtaining the Global Studies Certificate.
To find out how you can volunteer with the Republican or Democratic parties, click here
Careers in Political Science
Political Science Homepage
Go here for links to local political websites
"Politics is who gets what, when & how" -- Harold Lasswell
For a great discussion of Justice issues facing America, watch this Harvard Series led by professor Michael Sandel
Professor Roesler is also the faculty adviser to SCC Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP).
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