Faculty Media Relations

Politics, Elections, McCarthy Center Research

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Corey Cook (415) 422-6163 — assistant professor, politics; director, Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good.

Cook teaches American politics, specializing in political institutions, urban and state politics, and the dynamics of political representation. He has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Economist, and the San Francisco Chronicle. 

Cook earned his doctorate in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His doctoral dissertation was on the impact of race and gender on political representation. It explores the contemporary significance of identity politics.

If you are on deadline or unable to reach Corey Cook to set up an interview, please contact Anne-Marie Devine, USF senior director of media relations, at (415) 422-2697 (cell: 415-279-9137), or abdevine@usfca.edu.

The University of San Francisco’s Office of Media Relations is your gateway to USF's distinguished scholars. We'll help you find just the right expert to give your story authority and expert commentary. We recognize that the media have tight deadlines and make an effort to respond to requests in a timely manner.

Below is a database of the many USF faculty members who are willing to speak with the media on issues related to their areas of research or teaching interest. We maintain this extensive list of faculty who can authoritatively answer questions from the media on various topics. 

If you can not find an academic expert using the Expert Guide, or are on deadline, please contact Anne-Marie Devine. She can be reached at (415) 422-2697 (mobile: 415-279-9137) or abdevine@usfca.edu.