Office: McGannon Hall, Room 135
Office Hours: Fall 2013 -- SABBATICAL LEAVE
Dr. Kenneth Warren, Professor of Political Science at Saint Louis University, teaches and conducts research in the area of American politics. President of the Warren Poll for over two decades, he also conducts polls for the media, government, private clients, and politicians.
Education and Background. Dr. Warren received his Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts. He has served as a political analyst for local, national, and international media for thirty years, appearing in such news sources as the New York Times, the London Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the New Republic, and on most major television networks.
Teaching. Dr. Warren teaches classes in American Politics, including classes on the presidency, public opinion, elections, and polling.
Research. Dr. Warren is the author of many works, including In Defense of Public Opinion Polling. His Administrative Law in the American Political System was published originally in 1982 and is now in its fourth edition. Dr. Warren is a member of the American Political Science Association and the American Society for Public Administration.
Introduction to American Politics
American Presidency syllabus
American Presidential Election syllabus
Electoral Behavior: Polls, Candidates, and the Electorate syllabus
Introduction to Public Administration syllabus
Introduction to Administrative Law syllabus
Administration of National Policy
Seminar in Administrative Law syllabus
Survey Research Design & Implementation syllabus