Faculty Member, Political Science Department
Office: Batmale 666
50 Phelan Avenue
San Francisco, CA 941124
Ms. Sweeney prefers to be contacted via email.
Fall 2015 Office Hours
Mondays 9:15 am- 10 am, Tuesdays 1:30 pm - 2 pm and by appointment
Ms. Sweeney has served on the faculty at City College of San Francisco since 2011 teaching in the Political Science Department. Ms. Sweeney teaches American Government and Comparative Government at CCSF. She has also taught political science in the Peralta Community College District since 2008, including online sections of American Government and International Relations. She has a MA in Political Science from SFSU with an emphasis in Comparative and American Politics and a BA in Political Science from Seattle University. Her research interests include democratization, social movements, and Central American politics.
Ms. Sweeney emphasizes the relevancy that politics plays in her students’ lives and encourages civic engagement. Currently, she serves as Coordinator of the Pathway to Law School Program at the College of Alameda and previously served as the Co-Director of COA’s Violence Prevention Initiative from 2009-2011. When not on the college campus, she can be found running in Golden Gate Park or at the local playground with her two boys.
For information about classes that Ms. Sweeney is currently teaching or scheduled to teach in a future semester, please click on the link to the left specific to the class.
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Consider taking American Government online this coming semester. See POS-001 online for more information about this class.