Sam Potolicchio is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Georgetown University where he teaches American Politics and Public Affairs and Research Methods. He also taught courses on Presidential Rhetoric, Religion and Politics, Constitutional Law, and the United States Political System. He won three times the “Teacher of the Year” award at Georgetown and the K. Patricia Cross Award from the American Association of Colleges and Universities as one of the future leaders of American higher education. Potolicchio holds a BA in Government and in Psychology, and an MA in Government from Georgetown University; a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard University; and he is currently making his doctoral work at Georgetown University.
Last update: 16/03/2012