Gregory Petrow, Ph.D.
- Associate Professor
- 208 ASH
- Graduate Program Chair
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Dr. Petrow joined the faculty at the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) in 2005 after receiving his Doctorate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Before joining UNO he taught at Carolina, as well as North Carolina State University, Duke University, and Elon University. He grew up in California and received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley.
His teaching interests are in political behavior, methodology, and American government.
|PSCI 1100||Introduction to American National Government|
|PSCI 2000||Introduction to Political Inquiry|
|PSCI 3000||Applied Statistics and Data Processing|
|PSCI 3920||Topics in Political Science|
|PSCI 4950||Senior Seminar in Political Science|
|PSCI 4120/8126||Public Opinion & Political Behavior|
|PSCI 8000||Research Methods in Political Science|
|PSCI 8925||Advanced Topics in Political Science|
Dr. Petrow currently pursues three major research interests: the impact of group identity on political participation, the role of political values and self-interest in effecting policy preferences, and the influence of political tolerance on evaluations of political candidates from non-traditional groups.
He has published articles in Presidential Studies Quarterly and the Journal of Homosexuality.