Cynthia A. Botteron, Ph.D.  

Cynthia Botteron


Professor
Grove Hall 409
(717) 477-1344

cabott@ship.edu

OFFICE HOURS SPRING 2015
Mon. 12:30 - 2:30
Tue.  2:00 - 3:30
Wed. 2:00 - 3:30



COURSES SPRING 2014

PLS 201 Foundations of Political Science
Tue/Thu 2:00-3:15
 Grove 306
PLS 362 Contemporary Political Ideologies
 Mon/Wed 2:00-3:15
 Shippen 300



courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations
 Introduction to International Politics 
 Introduction to Comparative Government
 Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods 
 Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics 
 Group Mobilization and State Change 
 Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 
 20th Century Political Ideology
 Selected Topics: International Studies Capstone
 Selected Topics: Comparative Development 
 Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy  
 Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy 
  
research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife)
 impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment
 non-governmental organizations: strategies for maintaining institutional strength and integrity
 comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government
  
other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel
  
DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000
 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991
 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988

DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. 

 

Contact Information

Political Science Department
Shippensburg University
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg, PA 17257
(717) 477-1718

Laurie Stader
Department Administrator