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Jeffrey M. Brauer

Jeffrey M. Brauer

Department or Division: Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Office Location: Ward Hall Room 209
Phone Number:(570) 945-8306

What makes Keystone special to me?
"The diversity of the student body."


University of Scranton, BS, Public Administration and Public Affairs, History The College of Saint Rose, MA, History and Political Science

Courses Teaching:

Introduction to Public Policy
State and Local Government
Comparative Government
International Relations
Introduction to Geography
Freshman Seminar
Facilitation of Leadership
Making of the Modern World
Civil Rights in America


Guest Political Scientist, Various Television Talk Shows of Scranton Today Policy Consultant, Bob Moppert for Congress, Binghamton, NY (1994, 2000) Student Leadership Conference Facilitator - Northeast Regional Penn State (4/98, 4/99, 4/00, 3/01), King's College (4/00), Keystone College (10/00), LaSalle H.S. (2/02) Co-Director/Facilitator, LaSallian Youth Service and Leadership Conference (7/00, 7/03, 7/06) Participant, National Association for Community Leadership Conference (4/98) Participant, Campus Compact Service Learning Course Integration Conference (11/00) Presenter, Globalization and Diversity Conference, University of Scranton (11/02) Participant, Diversity Fellows Program, NEPDEC (9/02-3/03) Presenter, Annual Pennsylvania Political Science Association Conference (4/04) Published, "Integrating Political Science, Emergency Management, and Service Learning" (7/04) Presenter, Representative Jim Wansacz's Youth and Government Forum (3/05, 3/06, 3/07) Presenter, Improving University Teaching International Conference, Pittsburgh, PA (7/05) Presenter, "Service Learning on College Campuses," Leadership Lackawanna (1/06) Presenter, PA State Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education (3/06)


"Integrating Political Science, Emergency Management, and Service Learning" (7/04)

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