Presidential Experts List
NC State Experts Can Discuss Key National Issues
North Carolina State University experts can provide clear insights into the pending general election and a host of key issues the presidential contenders will face. These experts can provide perspective and advance understanding of issues including campaign strategy, the economy, the military and foreign policy. (Contact Matt Shipman at North Carolina State University News Services, at 919.515.3470 or 919.515.6386 or email@example.com — or any member of the News Services staff.)
Campaigns, Public Opinion and Media
Dr. Steven Greene, associate professor of political science, 919.513.0520 or firstname.lastname@example.org, is an expert on campaigns, public opinion and the media.
White House, Congress and Public Policy
Dr. Andrew Taylor, professor of political science, 919.515.8618 or email@example.com, is an authority on the White House, Congress and public policy.
Dr. Craig A. Smith, professor of communication, 919.280.3583 or firstname.lastname@example.org is an expert in political campaign communication and the author of Presidential Campaign Communication (Polity 2010), Political Communication (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1990) and co-author of the forthcoming Persuasion and Social Movements 6th ed. (Waveland 2012). Smith can explain campaign strategy in the Iowa caucuses, presidential primaries and general election.
Dr. Andrew Binder, assistant professor of communication, 919.513.2430 or email@example.com, is an expert on the effects of media coverage on public opinion.
Dr. Michael Cobb, associate professor of political science, 919.513.3709 or firstname.lastname@example.org, is an authority on polling, celebrity politics and survey research.
Military and Foreign Policy
Dr. William Boettcher, associate professor of political science, 919.515.5096 or email@example.com, is an expert on presidential decision making, wartime public opinion, and U.S. foreign and security policy.
Europe, Debt Crisis and Trade
Dr. Mark Nance, assistant professor of political science, 919.515.3729 or firstname.lastname@example.org, is an expert on trade, economic and social policy and European politics.
Dr. Michael Walden, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 919.515.4671 or email@example.com, is an expert on economic policy, consumer economics and the North Carolina economy.
Finance and Markets
Dr. Richard Warr, associate professor of finance, 919.513.4646 or firstname.lastname@example.org, is an expert on finance and financial markets.
Social Security and Medicare
Dr. Robert Clark, professor of economics, 919.515.4568 or email@example.com, is a nationally recognized expert on Social Security and Medicare. "Options are clear, "Clark says, "higher taxes or lower benefits."
Dr. David Zonderman, associate head of the Department of History, 919.513.2222 or firstname.lastname@example.org, is an expert on organized labor and labor history in the U.S.
Dr. Elisha Savchak, assistant professor of political science, 919.515.5072 or email@example.com, is an expert on judicial selection and the Supreme Court.
Dr. Kim Ebert, assistant professor of sociology, 919.515.9011 or firstname.lastname@example.org, is an authority on how and why Latinos participate in informal politics (protest and civic events) and their growing demographics in North Carolina over the past 20 years.
Religion and Politics
Dr. Jason Bivins, associate head of the Department of Philosophy and Religion, 919.515.6102 or email@example.com, is an authority on the nexus of religion and politics in the United States since 1900.