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Francois Pierre-Louis, PhD

Professional Experience:

Associate Professor of Political Science, Queens College, City University of New York September 2001-Present

Research interests include Citizen Participation, Urban, Comparative and Immigration Politics.
Courses taught: American Politics, Black Political and Social Thought, International Organization (UN), Caribbean and Urban Politics, Model United Nations

Director
Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program 2005-Present

Associate Director
Taft Institute for Government 2002-Present

Special Advisor to Prime Minister Jacques Edouard Alexis
Republic of Haiti
2007-Present

Director Community Action Project (CAP) Brooklyn, NY May 1993-September 2001
Duties include 1) leadership development of church based groups through seminars, research, workshops and direct action on community issues. 2) Fundraising and strategic planning

Adjunct Lecturer, Dept. of Political Science, Brooklyn College Fall 1999-Spring 2000
Taught Introduction to American Politics

Adjunct Lecturer, Dept of Political Science and Africana Studies
Queens College, CUNY Fall 1997-2001
Taught introduction to American Politics, Caribbean Politics, Black Political and Social Thought and African Civilization

 

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