Political Science & International Affairs
College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Dr. Gregory P. Williams graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maine with membership in Phi Beta Kappa. As a Maine Policy Scholar, he studied clean elections and party politics. He also served as vice president of the Maine Outing Club. Williams earned his doctorate at the University of Connecticut. He specialized in international political economy, and won competitive grants from the president’s office and the multidisciplinary Center for Environmental Sciences and Engineering.
Williams is an assistant professor political science and international affairs. He coordinates the legal studies minor and serves a pre-law advisor for the university. Along with the introductory courses on U.S. national government and international relations, he teaches upper-level courses on American foreign policy, international law and organizations, and post-Soviet politics.
Prof. Williams’ writings have appeared in the journals Perspectives on Politics, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, Journal of Globalization Studies, New Political Science, and Social Movement Studies, among others. More information can be found at his personal website.