Professor; BA and MA from Northeastern Illinois University and PhD from the University of Hawaii at Manoa; came to CWU in 1988. His principal teaching and research interests are in the areas of Asian politics, international political economy, and comparative political development. He is currently the Assistant Vice President for International Studies & Programs.
Office: Psychology 435
Prof Nagy, presenting at the International Congress “The Future Starts Now” in Baden-Baden, GermSpring 2016 Schedule WITH Office HoursCheck Out Your New Academic Senator!
Summer 2016 CoursesCheck Out The Mass Incarceration And Racial Justice Series!
MONDAY, APR. 25Tyrone Howard, Ph.D.: “Black Male(d): Peril and Promise in the Education of Black M