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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

Meet our 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

James T. Owens
Lecturer
B.A. Franklin College
M.A. University of Denver
Areas of Specialization: 1) American Government; 2) U.S. Constitution
jowens@oakton.edu

 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

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IMPORTANT DATES


June 8
Summer 2015 eight-week session begins.

June 8
Three-week first summer interim faculty grading due.

June 15
Summer 2015 seven-week session classes begin.

June 15
Four-week first summer interim faculty grading due.

June 18
ELast day to submit proof of residency, business service agreements and chargebacks/joint agreements.

June 25
Last day to change to Audit.

June 25
Last day to drop and have course dropped from record.

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
ast 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.

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