Frank Orlando is an instructor of political science at Saint Leo University.
His research focuses on American national institutions and the impact of social media on mass behavior. He serves as the director of Saint Leo University's Polling Institute. He teaches courses on American politics, behavior, political methodology, and is also interested in the intersection of faith and politics. In his free time, he enjoys playing sports (especially tennis), writing trivia questions, and engaging with his Italian heritage.
B.A. Political Science, Geography - Michigan State University (2007)
M.A. Political Science - Duke University (2010)
POL 110 - Democracy In Trouble Times
POL 223 - American Federal Government
POL 231 - Political Inquiry
POL 300 ST: - The Presidency
POL 300 ST: - Pubic Opinion
POL 303 - Media Politics
POL 304 - Campaigns and Elections
POL 306 - Congress
HON 350 - Human Condition Reexamined
HON 351 - Contemporary Worldview
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