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Nteta, Stein named Outstanding Teachers

Pi Sigma Alpha, Delta Lambda Chapter, presented outstanding teaching awards to Tatishe Nteta and Michael Stein at the group's annual induction ceremony last night at the University Club. 

Nteta is an Assistant Professor of Political Science. His research explores the intersection of race and ethnicity, public opinion and political behavior. He teaches Introduction to American Politics, Race and Politics, Political Psychology, Public Opinion and African American Politics. Professor Nteta will spend next academic year as a Research Fellow with the Center for Research on Families.

Stein is a PhD candidate in Political Science. His research explores contemporary political theory, especially as it relates to consumption and politics. Stein is most well-known for his junior year writing courses (Interpretation and Analysis).

Photo: Top: Prof. Tatishe Nteta with outgoing and incoming Pi Sigma Alpha presidents, Lindsay Stone and Allison Bettencourt. Right: Michael Stein with outgoing and incoming Pi Sigma Alpha presidents, Lindsay Stone and Allison Bettencourt.

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