Stephen K. Medvic teaches Campaigns & Elections, American Government, and other political behavior courses at Franklin and Marshall College. He earned bachelors degrees in political science and philosophy from Texas A&M University and both a masters and Ph.D. in political science from Purdue University. Before joining the faculty at Franklin & Marshall, Dr. Medvic taught at Old Dominion University from 1997 to 2002. He was a Research Fellow at ODU's Social Science Research Center from 2001-2002. Dr. Medvic has authored several books, including POLITICAL CONSULTANTS IN U.S. CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS, SHADES OF GRAY: PERSPECTIVES ON CAMPAIGN ETHICS, and GUIDE TO POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS IN AMERICA. His articles have been published in PS and Legislative Studies Quarterly, and he has provided political analysis for NBC Nightly News, CNN, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Salon.com, and Fox News On-line.Medvic, Stephen K. is the author of 'Campaigns and Elections: Players and Processes', published 2009 under ISBN 9780618456390 and ISBN 0618456392.