Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of San Diego
Evan Crawford, PhD, joined the USD Political Science faculty in 2018. His research interests include elections and voting behavior, state and local politics, educational policy, and experimental methods. He teaches upper and lower division classes on American Politics, as well as an upper division class on research methods.
Dr. Crawford’s teaching interests include a variety of courses related to American politics. In addition to teaching Introduction to American Politics, he also enjoys teaching upper division courses on state and local government and congress. In fall 2019 he taught a special topics course on Political Psychology. He also teaches political science research methods and has overseen select independent studies related to data analysis.
“Issa lends campaign another $800,000 this month, has cash advantage in 50th District race” in San Diego Union-Tribune
“Race, politics, partisanship: Bend school board race sees unusual division” in The Bulletin
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