Last updated on: 10/3/2017 | Author: ProCon.org

Charles Stewart III, PhD Biography

Title:
Head, Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Position:
Pro to the question "Do Electronic Voting Machines Improve the Voting Process?"
Reasoning:

“DREs are more reliable, their performance varies less across the state [of Georgia], and the least advantaged areas of the state have experienced the greatest gain in reliability.”

“The Reliability of Electronic Voting Machines in Georgia,” Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #20, Oct. 2004

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Head, Department of Political Science, MIT, 2005-present
  • Editorial Board, Legislative Studies Quarterly, 2003-preset
  • Editorial Board, Studies in American Political Development, 2003-present
  • Principle Investigator, Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project, 2000-present
  • Editorial Board, Congress and the Presidency, 1994-present
  • Professor of Political Science, MIT, 1985-present
  • Editorial Board, American Politics Quarterly, 1992-1997
  • Member – American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), American Political Science Association, Midwestern Political Science Association, Southern Political Science Association
  • Planning Committee, Senate Election Study, 1990
  • National Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1989-1990
Education:
  • PhD, Political Science, Stanford University, 1985
  • MA, Political Science, Stanford University, 1982
  • BA, Political Science, Emory University, 1979
Other:
  • None found
Quoted in:
  1. What Are Residual Votes?