Office location: Classroom Bldg. – Room 36
Department/Division: Social Science
- PhD., Political Science, SUNY Binghamton
- Introduction to World Politics
- Middle Eastern Politics
- American Government and Issues
Publications and Presentations:
- “The Winner-Takes-All or A Proportional System? The Logic of Electoral System Preference in sub-Saharan Africa’s Democracies.” 2012. Saarbrucken: Lambert Academic Publishing
- Xiang Jun, Xu Xiaohong, and Keteku, George. 2007. “Power: The Missing Link in the Trade Conflict Relationship.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 51:646
- “Cost of Ruling: An Examination of Political Business Cycle, Governmental Accountability, and Alternation in Power in Developing Democracies”. Accepted for Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Middle East and Africa (ASMEA), Washington, D.C., October 27 – 29, 2016.
- “Keeping in Touch: The Contact Model for Increasing Retention and Improve graduate rates.” Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Community College Trustee (ACCT), Seattle, Washington, October 2 – 5, 2013.
- “Institutional Engineering in Early Democracies: How Issue Dimensions Influence the Choice of Electoral Laws,” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, Washington D.C., November 2011.
Institution Service or Academic Service: Curriculum Chair, Liberal Arts Social Science