Streich, Gregory W.
Professor of Political Science
Office: Wood 203-G
Phone: (660) 543-8840
Dr. Gregory Streich received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. His primary field of interest is political theory, and he has published numerous articles on topics such as justice, democratic theory, social capital, and American national identity. Most recently, he authored Justice beyond "Just Us": Dilemmas of Time, Place, and Difference in American Politics (Ashgate Press 2011), co-authored with Dr. Kalaitzidis US Foreign Policiy: A Documentary and Reference Guide (Greenwood Press 2011), and co-edited Urban Social Capital: Civil Society and City Life (Ashgate Press 2012). Dr. Streich is the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award (2008), the Excellence in Scholarly Research/Creative Activity Award (2011), and the Distinguished Faculty Award (2013), all awarded by the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. He is also co-advisor for the Zeta Omicron chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha.
POLS 1510 American Government
POLS 2540 Survey of Political Theory
POLS 3541 Contemporary Political Theory
POLS 3550 Public Opinion and Mass Media
POLS 3551 Race and Ethnic Politics in the U.S.
Form more information about Dr. Streich, see his complete Curriculum Vitae.