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Washington, D.C. faculty & staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rev. Timothy O’Brien, Ph.D.
timothy.obrien@marquette.edu
Director of the Les Aspin Center for Government
Adjunct Professor of American Government
Political Science
Washington, D.C. Office

Father O’Brien is the founder and director of the Les Aspin Center for Government. He teached the Interest Group Politics course.

 


 

 

 

 

 

Martin Ordinans
martin.ordinans@marquette.edu
Assistant Director
Les Aspin Center for Government
Washington, D.C., Office

Martin Ordinans coordinates Les Aspin Center programs in Washington, D.C. and Africa, as well as manages the Les Aspin Center's administration and finances.



 

 

 

 

 

 

Christopher Murray
christopher.murray@marquette.edu
Visiting Instructor and Coordinator of Student Programs
Les Aspin Center for Government
Washington, D.C. office

Chris Murray teaches courses on the United States Congress and Urban Social Issues and coordinates the Washington, D.C. internship program.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Curtis Carter
curtis.carter@marquette.edu
Professor of Philosophy
Marquette University

Dr. Carter is a professor of philosophy and teaches the Arts in a Democratic Society course each semester at the Les Aspin Center.


Milwaukee faculty and staff


Karen Hoffman
karen.hoffman@marquette.edu
Assistant Director of the Les Aspin Center — Milwaukee
Les Aspin Center for Government
1250 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Zilber Hall, 256

Karen Hoffman oversees the Milwaukee-based state and local internship program created to complement the Washington, D.C. internship program. She is also a member of the Department of Political Science faculty, teaching courses in American Politics on campus.
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