Steven Jurek, Ph.D
Associate Professor and Chair
Office: Hartwell Hall 207 C
- PhD in Political Science, University at Buffalo, 2007.
- M.A. in Political Science, University at Buffalo, 2000.
- B.S. in Political Science, University at Albany/Buffalo, 1996.
- PLS 112: Introduction to Comparative Politics
- PLS 304: International Simulations
- PLS 305: Politics of European Integration
- PLS 338: Global Issues
- PLS 340: European Political Systems
- PLS 346: Eastern European Politics
- PLS 447: Russia in Transition
- Comparative Politics.
- European Integration.
- Democratization in Eastern Europe.
- Russian Politics.
- Political Geography
- Organization Advisor of the Year 2020.
- Presidential Teaching Excellence 2018.
- Outstanding Service to Students 2018.
- Jalalzai, F., & Jurek, S. (2023). The ‘Accidental Candidate’ Versus Europe’s longest dictator: Belarus’s unfinished revolution for women. Politics and Governance, 11 (1), 119-129. https://doi.org/10.17645/pag.v11i1.6167
- Jurek, S., Murray, G., Saiya, N., & Scime, A. (2015). Classification trees as proxies. International Journal of Business Analytics, 2 (2), 31-44.
- Jurek, S., & Scime, A. (2014). Achieving democratic leadership: A data mined prescription. Social Science Quarterly. 95 (1), 97-110. https://doi.org/10.1111/ssqu.12035
- Jurek, S. (2012). Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic: delaying euro adoption. Syracuse University: The EuroCrisis and the future of the European Union. Sept. 21, Syracuse, NY.
- Jalalzai, F., & Jurek, S. (2012). Executive representation worldwide: indistinguishable elites, multifarious masses. International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, 11, (4), 71-84.
- Campbell, J. E., & Jurek, S. (2005). The decline of competition and change in Congressional elections. In S.Ahuja & R. Dewhirst, (Eds.), The United States Congress: A century of change (pp. 43-72). Ohio State University Press.
Faculty Advisor: EuroSim club