Joseph Cammarano

Associate Professor

Contact Information:

jpcammar@providence.edu

401.865.2906

Howley Hall 313

Education:

Ph.D. - Rutgers University

Brief Biography

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

Selected Presentations:

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