Glenn Graham

Assistant Professor

Dr. Glenn Graham is an Assistant professor of political science. He has published and writes about the role of institutions, culture, and political leadership in regional development in the context of globalization. A former Nova Scotia electoral boundaries commissioner, he has also published and written about electoral redistricting processes in the Canadian Maritimes. Dr. Graham specializes in Canadian politics, including the study of Canadian public policy and administration. He has taught a wide suite of political science courses that most recently includes POLS 5221 Health Policy, a core course for CBU’s Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Health Care Management.