Political Science Department
Co-author of â€œNetworking in the Shadow of Hierarchy: Public Policy, the Administrative Presidency, and the Neoadministrative Stateï¿½? in Presidential Studies Quarterly. Research interests include the presidentâ€™s unilateral powers and the administrative presidency. Teaches the presidency, public policy, foundations of political science, and research methods. Dr. Warber also teaches Research Methods for the MPA Program.
Ph.D., Political Science, Texas A&M University, August 2002 Dissertation: â€œPresidential Lawmaking by Decreeï¿½? Committee Members: George C. Edwards III (chair), James E. Anderson, Kenneth J. Meier, and H.W. Brands Major Field: American Politics Minor Field: Public Policy and Public Administration Topical Field: American Presidency
M.A., Political Science, Western Michigan University, 1996
B.A., History and Political Science, Hope College, 1993