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Political Science Faculty

Political Science Faculty

George Lungu
Professor of Political Science
Co-Coordinator, Honors Program
A.A. Oakton Community College
B.A. University of Chicago
M.A. University of Chicago
Areas of Specialization: 1) international relations; 2) Middle East and Central Asia; 3) American foreign policy
lungu@oakton.edu
847.376.7136
Office: 2831, Des Plaines

Part-time faculty

Terry F. Hogan
Lecturer
B.A. Roosevelt University
M.P.A. Roosevelt University
Areas of Specialization:
1) public policy; 2) race relations in politics; 3) nonprofit
thogan@oakton.edu
847.635.1435
Office: B206, Skokie

Ribhi I. Salhi
Lecturer
B.A. University of Jordan
M.A. Roosevelt University
M.A. Northern Illinois University
Areas of Specialization: 1) Middle East and Southeast Asia politics; 2) Muslim societies and culture; 3) U.S. foreign policy
rsalhi@oakton.edu
847.635.1910
Office: 2817, Des Plaines

Jaleh Sherbini
Lecturer
B.A. American University in Cairo
M.A. Northeastern Illinois University
Ed.D. National-Louis University
Areas of Specialization: 1) Middle East and North African politics (democratization in Islamic societies, women's role in Arab politics, history and culture of the Arab world); 2) international relations; 3) American government and public policy
jsherbin@oakton.edu
847.635.1910
Office: 2817, Des Plaines

George Van Dusen
Lecturer
B.A. University of Detroit
M.A. Loyola University of Chicago
Ph.D. Loyola University of Chicago
Areas of Specialization:  American government (federal and local)
gvanduse@oakton.edu
847.635.1435
Office: B206, Skokie

Academic Program

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IMPORTANT DATES


July 2
Last day for filing Graduation Petitions.

July 4
Independence Day holiday College closed.

July 6
Independence Day holiday observance, no classes. College open.

July 7
Last day to withdraw with a "W" (no withdrawals after mid-term). Students will receive a grade in all courses in which they are enrolled after July 7.

July 23
Incomplete (I) grades from spring 2015 semester for which faculty have not submitted final grades will become an "F" after this date.

July 30
Classes end.

August 3
Faculty grading due.

August 3
Second summer interim classes begin.

August 17
Faculty return for fall 2015 semester.

August 21
Second summer interim classes end.

August 24
Fall 2015 semester classes begin.

August 25
Second summer interim faculty grading due.

Full Academic Calendar