Dr. Betti joined the faculty in the Department of History, Philosophy, and Social Sciences in 2012. He earned his doctorate in political science at Texas A&M University, where he studied the dialogues of Plato and other classics in political philosophy. Before his arrival at Pittsburg State University, Dr. Betti was a visiting assistant professor at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio and an assistant professor at Oklahoma Panhandle State University. Professor Betti, when not teaching, researching, or writing, is known to make discordant noise with his bass guitar.
Ph.D., Political Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, TXB.A., Political Science, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA
POLS 101: U.S. PoliticsPOLS 301: Kansas State and Local GovernmentPOLS 517: U.S. CongressPOLS 604: U.S. Presidency
Faculty Adviser for the College Republicans
“The Search for the Political Thought of the Historical Thrasymachus.” Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek Political Thought. Vol. 28, No.1. 2011.
“Establish the College of Electors: How the Electoral College is Failing and Why a Democratic, National Election is Not the Answer.” Createspace Independent Publishing, 2012.
Instructor of Political Science
Areas of Specialization U.S. Politics the American Founding Platonic Political Philosophy
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