Howley Hall 313
Ph.D. - Rutgers University
Joe received his Ph.D. from Rutgers in 1993, and taught at Drew University and the Maxwell School of Citizenship at Syracuse before joining the Political Science and Public & Community Service Departments in 1997.
Area(s) of Expertise:
Presidency, Congress, Public Management, Campaign and Elections
At a liberal arts college, the podium in the room is often the greatest barrier to an effective education. I try to hide them in my classrooms. Learning is a journey together between students and faculty, and so I design all my classes as discussions.
Cammarano, J. Midwest Political Science Association. , Chicago, IL - "Etch a Sketch Messaging: Shifts in Presidential Candidate Messages Between Nominating and General Elections, 2000-2012 Campaign Strategy" April, 2013
Cammarano, J. American Political Science Association. , Seattle, WA - "Session: Media and Policy Outcomes; Discussant: Presidency Research" August, 2011
Cammarano, J. Midwest Political Science Association. , Chicago, IL - "Is There a Common Curriculum for American Government and Politics Courses? Comparing Advanced Placement and College Syllabi; Panel: Perspectives on Civic Education and Engagement" March, 2011
Cammarano, J. American Political Science Association. , Toronto, Canada - "From Substance to Symbol: Head Start and the Change From Modern to Postmodern Presidents" September, 2009
Cammarano, J. American Political Science Association: Teaching & Learning Conference. , San Jose, CA - "The U.S. Government and Politics AP Program and the Quality of Students on the College Campus" February, 2008