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Biography

Nicholas Giordano is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Suffolk Community College. He first joined the College in 2006 as an adjunct. Professor Giordano teaches courses on American National Politics and Government and World Politics. Prior to joining the College full-time in 2013, Professor Giordano served as a Catastrophic Planning Lead for the New York State Office of Emergency Management (NYS OEM) within the Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services and coordinated response activities with local and federal emergency management officials. He served as a liaison between New York State, local governments, and federal departments/agencies.

Professor Giordano brings a unique perspective given his experience at all levels of government. He is recognized and well-respected for his analysis, and he appears on radio and television to provide analysis on current issues and trends within government, politics, international relations, education, homeland security/emergency management, and social/cultural related issues. In addition, he is regularly called on to speak at events to provide expertise on critical issues facing the United States.

Credentials

  • B.A., M.A., Long Island University

Courses Taught

  • POL105: American National Politics and Government
  • POL107: World Politics