Dr. Paul Anaejionu
Dr. Paul Anaejionu is a tenured professor of Political Science with more than 30 years experience. He received his Ph. D. degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin, Texas in 1980. Additionally, he studied Computer Science at the Master’s level at Atlanta University before it became Clark-Atlanta University. Professor Anaejionu’s areas of specialization in Political Science included Public Administration, Comparative Politics, and Public Policy with supporting work in Business and Geography. With respect to Policy Analysis, his focus has been on Energy and Non-fuel minerals, Transportation, Technology applications, and Natural Resources management.
Dr. Anaejionu has taught graduate and undergraduate course at three institutions: The University of Texas at Austin, Texas State University in San Marcos, and Huston-Tillotson University. Courses taught include U. S. Government (Federal), U. S. Government (Texas), Introduction to Political Science, U. S. Foreign Policy, International Politics, African Politics, Public Administration, Organization Theory, U. S. – Texas Energy Politics, Total Quality Management, Quantitative Methods, Systems Analysis and Design, Social Science Statistics, and U. S. Non-fuel Minerals Policy.
Dr. Anaejionu is a Certified Online Instructor from Walden Institute’s Certified Online Instructor Program. Currently, he is working on Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
Dr. Anaejionu has directed and/or participated in numerous research projects. Pertinent research studies may be grouped into five areas. These include transportation, social and market surveys, computer and information systems, energy and mineral resources management, and remote sensing and space applications. Dr. Anaejionu has produced a wide range of publications in these areas.
Additionally Dr. Anaejionu has an extensive experience working on local and international community engagement issues, including education, training, transportation, business growth, workforce development, and school-to-career partnerships.
|Role: Professor of Political Science|
|Office: J-M 214|