Meet William M. Myers
Assistant Professor, Government and World Affairs
Education: 2003, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, B.A.
2006, Michigan State University, M.A.
2012, Michigan State University, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Introduction to Government and World Affairs
Law and Society
American Judicial Politics
Constitutional Law I: Institutional Powers
Constitutional Law II: Civil Rights and Liberties
Comparative Legal Systems: Western Europe
Comparative Judicial Politics
Career Specialties: William Myers' research interests include judicial politics and political behavior in the United States, Australia and the European Union. He is particularly interested in mass public and elite opinion, economics and courts, indigenous politics and intergovernmental relations.
His research has been published in the
Journal of Politics
Commonwealth & Comparative Politics
Professional and Community Activities: William Myers has presented research at meetings of the American Political Science Association, Midwest Political Science Association, Southern Political Science Association, Law and Society Association, International Political Science Association and the Florida Political Science Association.
Myers serves on the University's Admissions Committee and is the faculty adviser to the College Democrats.